Join Jay Thurber and P’Nickers and Arsenal of the “Re-Rewind” on Saturday, July 13 as we broadcast live from Kennywood in West Mifflin!
It’s the annual Carnegie Mellon University employee picnic, and as CMU’s radio station, we’ll be playing the hits that give you fits in the burgh of Pitts, and hopefully talking to CMU employees and their families.
We’re supposed to be up on the porch of the main restaurant at the One and Only Roller Coaster Capital of the World from 12 to 5 p.m. Stop by and say hello!
For a limited time only, here’s our New Year’s Eve 2011 show, in which we flashed back to the night of Dec. 31, 1971. These files will be deleted soon, so listen while you can. (Update: Sorry, these links are now dead.)
“Kiron Skinner, associate professor of social and decision sciences and director of CMU’s Center for International Relations and Politics, has been tapped by Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich to advise him on matters of national security and foreign policy …
“Skinner also uses her connections in the political world to benefit her students. Recently … she had Gingrich and former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld separately Skype into her classes to answer students’ questions.”
This seemed like such a good idea, that back on Nov. 19, WRCT’s Radio 9 show decided to call Newt Gingrich and Don Rumsfeld and ask some questions, too.
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