Tessa has been at WDCV since freshman year (now a senior!) and she is currently Co-Station Manager. She is an Archaeology and Anthropology double major. She enjoys looking at bones, listening to music, and bunnies (the fatter the better). Tessa’s does a joint show, Shuffle the Tangerine, with Dan Plekhov Thursdays 6-7 pm. The two are quite happy with this civil union of soundwaves.
Dan is Co-Station Manager and in charge of new DJ training and scheduling, but also helps out with programming. He spends his leisure time doing crosswords in space, dancing with Father Time (see image), and sitting pensively on top of mountains. He is an Archaeology and Classical Studies Major and is strictly from commercial. His show, Shuffle the Tangerine, is a civil union hyphenated program that he shares with Tessa Cicak from 6-7pm on Thursdays.
Steve is a member of the executive board and does the bidding of the all-powerful station managers. He can often be found on or around Reed Street dividing his time between telling his fed-up friends about how awesome Bologna is, and cooking incredible food while having intelligent and often heated debates about 90s-era video games with physics majors. Despite often colluding with the ‘hard sciences,’ he is actually a history major with a minor in political science that probably should have been a second major. He hosts Long Nights on the Road, an emulation of flipping through radio stations out on the highway, and is tuned into by fans of genres such as Celtic folk death metal, classical harpsichord and French poptronica.
Matthew is a co-head music director and also makes the funniest jokes during exec board meetings. He co-runs a literature review/comedy blog called Bad Books Good Times and plays electric ukulele. He is a double major in English and Biology and hopes this gets him somewhere in life. Using the “co-” prefix one more time, he co-hosts a show with his friend Liz known as The Time Warp: Songs From Historical Figures’ iPods, which he does a lot of fake research for.
Jake is in his second year on the executive board, and has worked mainly in public affairs. He can most commonly be found adventuring around the harsh Pennsylvanian wilderness in search of quests and plunder. During the leisure hours of the week, he can be found level grinding his current Pokemon team, wasting money on vinyl, watching cartoons, recording radical jams, and arguing with strangers on the internet. He majors in International Studies, and hopes that his blog on international politics, Wordsauce, will one day have more readers than just his grandparents. He hosts Noise Pollution, a melodic mixture of hardcore, post-rock, indie, folk, ska and dubstep that soothes the restless and energizes the lazy.
Emilia is the events co-coordinator and also in charge of MB Logan. She spends her time searching desperately for the Hobbes to her Calvin, pretending she knows what’s up, and being consistently late to everything. She is a Political Science major. Her show is called Jazzy Cats and her DJ name is Ryan Gosling (chosen for her killer 8-pack abs). It’s on Thursdays from 3-4.
Nancy is a Music Director and her main job is reviewing music that is sent to the station and compile our Heavy Rotation/Featured Artists binder.She loves to spend her leisure time listening to music, baking, and playing with cats. Nancy is majoring in French. Her show is Fancy Tunes
Sean is in his first year on the executive board. He spends his free time spacing out to music, learning to play his own music, and deciding whether or not to adjust to reality. His major is currently undeclared (still adjusting), and he hosts The Mighty Filter.
- Class Year: 2015
- Position: Programming Assistant
- Genres: Metal!, Hip-hop, Rock, Blues, Instrumental
- Hopes: To memorize every Metallica solo in existence
- Regrets: Listening to hippie music. Hippies are bad, just ask Cartman.
Graham is on the exec board at WDCV. He spends his time making music and doing arts and crafts. He is a Music Composition Major. He is a co-host of the show, Anagram.
This is Indira’s first year on executive board. She spends most of her free time either with her dog Bella or her co-host and paramour Eric. She is a bio major (the Jane Goodall kind) and wants to be an elephant whisperer when she grows up (if ever). Her and Eric’s show isNaked Lunch, and airs Fridays 5-7pm and plays all manner of music though usually the Strokes at least once per show and the Smashing Pumpkins if Indira ever got her way.
Stephan is a DJ for WDCV. He spends much of his time sitting which is his favorite hobby as well as hanging out hard, but you will also find him playing trombone. He is currently undeclared, but leaning towards a studio art major. His show is The Chubbs Alternative where he and a couple of friends discuss current events as well as play a few songs.
George is a member of WDCV’S Executive Board. He spends his leisure time cavorting with cacophonous cacti, while riding 4 wheeled unicorns through Camden, NJ. He is an International Business and Management major. His show, Bob Arctor’s House, takes place in the neighborhood of your ear’s imagination. Please, won’t you stop by and be his neighbor?
- Class of 2014
- Position: Director of Programming
- Show: Oh Hi Mark Tuesday 8pm-10pm
- Genres: East Coast Shoegaze/Stonecore/SXSW Tropicalia/No-Wave LoFi Bedroom Split Single/Post-Dubstep Tape Cuts
- Hopes to go to the moon
Regrets not going to the moon back in ’69
- Class year: 2014
- Position: Music Directing assister/programming assister
- Show: The Bob Evans Show
- Genres: Hard Rock, Punk, Ska, Jazz, Reggae
- Hopes: to see live music flourish in an age dominated by computer-influenced top 40 music. I really wish I could have seen Sublime in their original format, so my dream concert would consist of them, Streetlight Manifesto, Rise Against, State Radio and John Coltrane…
- Regrets: None
- Class Year: 2015
- Position: Public Affairs
- Showname: Dead Cool, 3-5 on Tuesdays
- Genres: alt rock, indie rap, weird stuff, the occasional Dean Martin, folk rock
- Hopes: to live in a tribe of bunnies
- Regrets: most of high school
Brian-Student director of sports broadcasting
Show:”Outside the Box” Fri. 12-1pm -indie/punk/folk/alt-country/hip-hop/noise & ABBA
Hopes: To see the
Wu Tang Clan (achieved 12/22/11!)- Regrets: never seeing the Clash or Johnny Cash
Fact: has the most fantastical family ever
Class of “I am as old as the radio station” – really, I am!
Degrees: one in talking (BA Speech Communications) and one in listening (MS Counseling)
Position: WDCV Advisor since August 2011; Assistant to the VP for Student Development September 2008 until August 2012; Student Development Communications Manager since August 2012; now she works hard for the money, so hard for the money in a tiny production studio where iTunes automation is her only companion, along with the sounds of great college radio — including her new BFF Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!
Show & Time: Generation Jones, Wednesdays 12-1pm – verbal buffet with disco, 90′s dance tunes, and visits from ghost and guest DJs plus her childhood friends Madonna, Indigo Girls and Melissa Etheridge.
Hopes: to build a tiny house with plenty of room for love but not many crevices for pack-ratting; to say yes more than no to my children (Hannah, Ethan, Olivia, Charlie) and my partner (Sue)
Regrets: still wishing I got more sleep which is also the reason I want to build a tiny house and live in our backyard