Nancy is super fancy, which her show reflects as it’s name is Fancy Tunes (9-10 on Mondays). Nancy is the station manager for WDCV as well as a music director. Her recent accomplishments include coming back from France with a more refined palate, and recently creating a cat-themed radio show. She also participates in other super fun music things including Collegium and the Crescendevils acapella group.
Mollie is an events coordinator and generally does absolutely nothing ever besides eat pizza. She’s a history major. The show is called Kitchen Sink which at one point seemed like a clever statement but after explaining that the show contains everything but the kitchen sink sixteen hundred times, it’s getting a little weird. Mondays 10 to 11, so don’t let your small children listen.
- 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.
Patrick is in charge of WDCV’s social media. He likes long walks on the beach, romance novels, and bathing in the blood of his enemies (incense and candles optional). He’s a Women’s and Gender Studies and History double major. On his show, The Wasteland, he goes by the name DJ Quetzalcoatl and plays groovy tunes every Wednesday at 10pm.
Jon is one of the music directors at WDCV. He spends most of his time playing guitar, skateboarding poorly, or serenading people whether they like it or not. He is an Economics major and a Music minor. His show is called Sandford’s Finest (he co-hosts with THE Bianca LoGiurato). It airs on Tuesdays from 8-10, and features artists such as Foo Fighters, Reel Big Fish, Foo Fighters, Streetlight Manifesto, Foo Fighters, Social Distortion, and Foo Fighters.
Bianca is a new music director for WDCV and loves the profound power that comes with access to new bands and their stickers. She is an Economics major with a Women’s and Gender Studies minor, with an affinity for swearing in Italian. She co-hosts a radio show called Sandford’s Finest with Jon Northridge, and loves the Black Keys, AC/DC, the Strokes and anything that sounds sort of jazzy with electric guitar.
Lauren is an undeclared sophomore and this is her first year on the WDCV executive board. She is interested in English and Education. Her show is called The Smorgasbord and is on Wednesday nights from 8-9pm where you could hear anything from Motown to Metal. She loves to sing and eat popcorn.
Mix up your Mondays with DJ WOLFE (Liz Plascencia ’16) who is a junior Earth Sciences major with a concentration in Environmental Geology. Originally from Los Angeles, California, she actively enjoys surfing, longboarding, and paddleboarding. On campus she is the President of The Geological Society of Dickinson College, Barista for The Peddler, and on the executive board for WDCV 88.3.
Abby’s a PoliSci major and considering a Security Studies double major. Her father once refused to let her buy a copy of Machiavelli’s The Prince when she was twelve because he said he was afraid what she would do with it. Other than music, her primary hobbies are reading old fantasy/sci-fi paperbacks and carefully plotting world domination– turns out Dad was right all along. Her show Technical Erosion is 11 pm to midnight on Saturdays. It is mainly devoted to EBM, industrial, and gothic. Occasionally she’lll mix in some metal or rock ‘n’ roll.
Brenda WDCV Advisor since 2003, “Official” job: Multimedia Programmer
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