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Brilliance in your backyard:
Bronco-iRadio to air new shows
Volca Staff Wrltar Jalynn Jones
One of the newest organizations on campus
Bronco-iRadio, started the Spring semester off by
launching three new student shows.
Bronco-iRadio was established on campus in
2010 and continues to work diligently for the stu
dent body to provide on the job training for mass
communication majors and others who are inter
ested in a field of opportunities.
The Telecommunications building includes a
fully operating Apple® lab and multiple studios
available for students to get hands on experience
of what it is like to be a part of a production unit.
By creating three new shows dedicated to the stu
dent body, Bronco-iRadio is working on expansion
and training and providing students with the real
experience of working on-air.
“iNspire” is a show that spins uplifting music
with radio personalities to help start broncos off on
a good foot to have as productive day as possible.
It is not a show limited to gospel music. iNspire
plays music of all genres to get one in good spirits.
“iRep” is a show that celebrates classic hip hop
and seasoned new school. Its featured segment
“Pump it or Dump it” is a segment dedicated es
pecially for local artist who want their music to be
heard locally and internationally.
Bronco-iRadio gives students the chance for
their underground music to receive radio play and
“iMix” is a mixture of all music genres from
classics to new school that has a live DJ mixing
Although Bronco-iRadio is an online radio sta
tion, it is a real radio station. You can even access
Bronco-iRadio from your iPhone or Android pow
ered devices. The app “TUNEIN” allows the stu
dent radio station to be heard on the go for free!
Production Director, AJ Hines, talks passion
ately about the opportunities Bronco-iRadio has to
“It is a real radio station and students can come
here and learn every facet of a radio station so that
when they move out into the real world and work
for other radio stations around the world, they will
know how to fiinction in a radio station,” said Ms.
She evens refers to it as an “outlet of expres
sion.” We can certainly conclude saying that
Fayetteville State has brilliance in our backyard.
Bronco-iRadio offers something for everyone to
enjoy and benefit from in their fiiture endeavors.
Take advantage your student radio station here at
FSU and support a global movement.
Voice Photo by Chamell Hattis
From left Bronco-iRadio DJs Ashely Brian Nance, Tyra Thomas, Terrence
Goolsby share a laugh on air Friday night.
by Jennifer Lucas
B The 105 Voices of History Choir in
vited Senior Troy Pickens and Junior Aliciah
Small to preformed with the choir at The
Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. The 105
Voices of History Choir is a national initia
tive in HBCUs under the management of
Partners Achieving Success. Members of the
105 Voices of History performed along with
the Queen of Gospel, Dr. Shirley Caesar and
Country star Vince Gill. To read more about
this check out http://bit.ly/amklms
■ Chancellor Anderson’s CIAA Brunch
will be held on Friday, March 2 from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at Marriott-Executive Park Hotel in
Charlotte. Tickets are $30 and available for
purchase at the box office during home games
and at the FSU ticket office located in J.W.
Seabrook Auditorium. For more information
logon to http://bit.ly/amklms
H Fayetteville State University held its
second annual media day on Thursday. Lo
cation media outlets WRAL, Channel 5, Fay
etteville Press, WIDU 1600 AM, Fayetteville
Observer , WFSS and The Voice were in at
tendance. Jeffery Womble, Director of Pub
lic Relations and Chancellor Anderson gave
thanks and insight on upcoming coverage ar
eas to all the media outlets that attended.
■ New England Patriots and New York
Giants to play in Superbowl XLVI on Feb. 5.
FSU reaccreditation a success
by Jennifer Lucas
According to the Fayetteville Observer
on Friday, Jan. 6 three area schools had
their accreditations reaffirmed by the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools’ Commission on Colleges (SAC-
SCOC) at its annual meeting in December.
The schools involved were Fayetteville
State University (FSU), Fayetteville Tech
nical Community College (FTCC), and
Campbell University (Campbell) in Buies
SACSCOC accredits colleges and uni
versities in the South to ensure that the
schools meet the standards as established
by the higher education community.
In the article Chancellor Anderson said
the reaffirmation shows that the university
is “on solid ground in terms of our overall
educational quality, and fiscal stability.” He
thanked the administration, faculty, staff
and students for their work in the process.
To read the entire article from the Fay
etteville Observer, please go to http://bit.
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