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WVCW Radio is the independent student run radio station at VCU.  We broadcast LIVE from RVA –

24/7 online and via the WVCW Radio App.

We want to hear from you! Use the contact form below to let us know what you want to hear and any happenings that around VCU that you think we should be talking about.

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Staff

  • Kiara WalkerGeneral Manager

  • Hayden MolchanProgram Director

  • Aidan GiuffreMusic Director

  • Cecilia DossProduction Director

  • Hannah EasonNews Director

  • Ben MalakoffSports Director

  • Kate KistlerChalkboard Sessions DIrector

  • Jackie ShermanPromotions Director

  • Iyanla XoAssistant Program Director

Schedule

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Top 10

1

Test

T

2

Johnny

Johnny Payne

3

Das Body

Das Body

4

We Share Our Blood

Ouri

5

Uppers and Downers

Gold Star

6

The Space Between

ORB

7

Resistance

Brandon Coleman

8

Devotion

Tirzah

9

My Mind Makes Noise

Pale Waves

10

And Nothing Hurt

Spiritulized

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Events

News Headlines Feb. 22

Colorado Democrats had their first hearing of the “red flag” bill, which allows the seizure of guns from people deemed to pose a threat to themselves or others. According to AP News, it would allow family or law enforcement to seek a court order to have guns seized if they believe the owner is a threat.

Republican House of Delegate leaders are accusing Virginia Democrats of resisting a potential General Assembly investigation into sexual assault claims against Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax. According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch,  Democrats are also trying to avoid a rush to judgment that could lead to the resignation or impeachment of the only African-American in statewide office, as Gov. Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring remain in office after admitting to wearing blackface in college.

Virginia is joining six other states in raising the age to buy tobacco and nicotine products to 21. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed the bill into law yesterday, which received bipartisan support and the backing of Atria Group Incorporated, the nation’s largest tobacco company.

 

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