Rowan Radio salutes 50 years of operation at the WGLS-FM 50th Anniversary Celebration, which will take place on Saturday, October 25 at 6 p.m. in Rowan University’s Eynon Ballroom.
Throughout the evening, we will celebrate and pay homage to those who have helped turn Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM into one of nation’s top college radio stations.
Plus, the 2014 WGLS-FM Hall of Fame class will be honored for their contributions and service to WGLS-FM and to the Glassboro State College and Rowan University community.
To register for the WGLS-FM 50th Anniversary Celebration, please visit alumni.rowan.edu.
Coming up Wednesday evening at 5:30 on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM, host Erica Milbourne chats with Dr. Maya Angelou on the African American Profile.
World renown author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou stopped by the African American Profile last spring to conduct one of her final interviews prior to her passing last May.
Thanks to a donation from Glassboro State College graduate Lynne (Cooper) Hartshorn (Class of ’66), Rowan Radio unearthed what is possibly the earliest remaining piece of audio from the 50-year history of WGLS-FM.
Aired back on May 3, 1965, WGLS-FM featured “Educational Forum”, a show focused on keeping listeners updated on changes and events in education.
The late Dr. Mark Chamberlain (second from left) is one of five 2014 inductees into the WGLS-FM Hall of Fame.
Rowan Radio will add five new members into the WGLS-FM Hall of Fame for their outstanding contributions to the station at Rowan Radio’s 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday, October 25 in Rowan University’s Eynon Ballroom.
Dr. Mark Chamberlain, Larry DiBona, Alisa Hogan, Karen Maser, and Dr. Gregory Potter Sr. will comprise the 2014 WGLS-FM Hall of Fame class.
A Community Affair, a part of Rowan Radio’s weekly news and public affairs programming, received recognition from the New Jersey Broadcasters Association during the organization’s annual convention in Atlantic City on Wednesday.
The 30-minute show, hosted by WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Jackson Baird, earned an award in the student division for Best Public Affairs in NJBA’s Best of the Best competition.
WGLS-FM members from the Class of 2008 along with Derek Jones (left) and Frank Hogan (right).
Two weeks ago, Rowan University Commencement 2014 took place featuring Governor Chris Christie amidst rather unfavorable weather conditions, forcing the ceremony to head indoors in Wilson Hall.
This time of year allowed Rowan University graduates that dedicated their time and efforts to WGLS-FM to reminisce about their own graduation experiences.