March 2018 archive

Coast Modern at 9:30 Club

Coast Modern managed to get a still crowd dancing from the very start. By: Kate Klajbor and Fielder Wise Weeknights make it difficult to go out into the city, especially when D.C. remains in a weather rut. However, Coast Modern‘s show still went on. The show on March 19, hosted at the 9:30 Club, was …

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WGMU Hiring For 2018-2019 Academic Year

Join the Team! WGMU Radio is hiring paid and volunteer executive/general staff positions for the upcoming 2018-2019 academic year. The station is looking to fill six positions.  The list of the six positions are below.  To view the job description, click on the title. Music Director/Assistant Program Director Independent/Local Music Director Sports Media/Sports Programming Director …

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Butler Sets Another Record as Mason WBB’s Season Ends in Blacksburg

As the Hokies came in the favorite for this game, that did not stop the Patriots from fighting back as they tried to close the gap in late. By: Domenic Allegra BLACKSBURG, VA – George Mason (24-10) took on Virginia Tech (20-13) this Sunday in the second round of the WNIT. As the Hokies came …

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VA Tech Scouting Report and 3 Reasons Why It All Comes Down to This

After witnessing history on Friday, Mason will have to step their game up if they want to win their next game. By: Domenic Allegra FAIRFAX, VA – After witnessing history on Friday, Mason will have to step their game up if they want to win their next game. George Mason (24-9) will face Virginia Tech …

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Mason Wins First Post-Season Game and Butler Rewrites the Record Books

Three words. What. A. Game. By: Domenic Allegra FAIRFAX, VA – This team continues to rewrite the record books, Mason Women’s Basketball (24-9) has just done something they have not done since their program started back in 1973. They pulled off their first win in the post-season Friday night against Stephen F. Austin (25-7) by …

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WNIT Preview and 5 Reasons Why Mason WBB Must Capitalize On This Run

While most of us were on spring break, Monday night of this week, the Mason Women’s Basketball Team accepted a bid from the Women’s NIT tournament. By: Domenic Allegra FAIRFAX, VA – While most of us were on spring break, Monday night of this week, the Mason Women’s Basketball Team accepted a bid from the …

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Davidson Wildcats Take Down No. 1 Rhode Island in a Close Finish

Davidson Wildcats Take Down No. 1 Rhode Island in a Close Finish. By: Domenic Allegra WASHINGTON D.C. – On Sunday afternoon at Capital One Arena, No. 3 Davidson and No.1 Rhode Island took the stage for the A10 Tournament Finals. This setting was familiar to Rhode as they had won the Tournament last year, however, …

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A10 Tournament Session Six Recap

A10 Tournament Session Six Recap: Rhode Island Knocks Off SJU and Davidson Snaps the Bonnies’ Streak. The Championship Awaits. By: Domenic Allegra WASHINGTON D.C. — As A10 Tournament action continues, No. 1 University of Rhode Island (URI) faced off and won by a score of 90-87 today against No. 4 St. Joseph’s University (SJU) for …

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Album Review: THENBHD’s The Neighbourhood (2018)

Though The Neighbourhood lacks a full makeover of a sound, the redundancy in their current melodies are used to their benefit. Top Tracks: Flowers, Scary Love, Reflections Rating: 7.5/10 By: Jackie Reed After years of quietly releasing live session tracks and solo projects, The Neighbourhood returns to the boyband arena. Their self-titled album The Neighbourhood …

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Lit&Live with Luke James Shaffer

By: Kate Klajbor and Jackie Reed American singer-songwriter Luke James Shaffer stopped by WGMU’s on-air studio to reflect on his experiences making covers and original songs, tour life, living in New York and DC, current projects, and future plans. He will be performing at Volition’s Open Mic on March 8. Follow Luke James Shaffer on …

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