On the May episode of DBVH, we provide passive-aggressive life advice, the latest Khaled Sheikh Mohammed sports analysis, and misleadingly suggestive audio. Plus, the next episode of the USS Carpathia!!
Our final Ad Astra Radio of the school year presents stories of the changes a college community faces as it prepares for summertime. From graduation, to summer sports, to the buildings we inhabit.
Featuring readings from Crystal Boson and Louise Krug, with live audio from Megan Kaminksi and Joshua Clover.
Kid friendly raps, psychic frenemies, and an inaptly-placed Westboro Baptist Church promo make up this episode, alongside a special noir mystery installment of the USS Carpathia.
From student government to local volunteerism, to activism on a global scale, we bring you stories of people who care!
Readings by English Professor Joe Harrington and MFA student Sara Leavens. Also, a special preview of this year’s Student Senate candidates.
The crew of the USS Carpathia visits an alien planet for Alternative Spring Break, and to determine whether a supercomputer is a sentient being. Also, tour guide Claude, RobodeskCop, and stories from The Vault!
Valentine’s Day may be over, but that doesn’t stop Ad Astra from taking a look at relationships of all kinds – from parents to superheroes.
KJHK 90.7 FM, the student-run radio station at the University of Kansas, recently received 24 broadcasting awards – more than any other college or university media outlet in the state – from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. The 2014 KAB award count is a record for KJHK, exceeding the previous station record of 20 KAB awards received in 2013. KJHK students brought in awards for undergraduate radio news and sports coverage, graduate radio programming, and the station’s website, www.kjhk.org. In the graduate radio division, KJHK students won 10 of the 11 honors awarded. A full list of KJHK’s 2014 KAB Student Broadcasting Awards is included at the end of this release. The 2014 Student Broadcasting…
Nonfiction from Kelly Barth, slam poetry by Steph Castor, and a bit of a play by our own Scott Ross.