If you haven't heard already, this week is KWUR's Hustle Week–and tonight from 8pm to 8am we're bringing you some very special programming for the Annual All Night Broadcast. Tune in to KWUR 90.3 and take part in a beloved KWUR tradition. Better yet, call in and share a favorite KWUR memory! Even better than that, call 314-935-5952 and make a donation to the station so we can keep freeform radio alive for Washington University and the surrounding community.
It's the most magical time of the year! That's right folks, it's KWUR HUSTLE WEEK! Hustle Week is a beautiful time where you, our favorite listeners, get to show your favorite radio station a little love and affection. Radio isn't cheap, and we need your support to keep bringing you the great alternative music you love. As one of the last completely free-form stations in the country, KWUR needs your help to keep rocking as W…ashington University's best radio station. Anything you give will be a huge help in our quest to keep radio in St. Louis free.
We're hosting some fun and unique events, so be sure to tune in, stop by, and show your support!
Monday, November 14th-Friday, November 18th
Mix CD Exchange and KWUR Apparel Tabling in the DUC
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Want to discover some new tunes? That's our specialty. All week KWUR will be hosting a mix CD exchange where you can trade a mix CD that you create with a mix created by somebody else. We'll have blank discs too, so feel free to take one home and bring it back with some excellent music. Sharing is caring! And we'll be selling some brand-new, fresh KWUR gear to boot.
Sunday, November 13th-Saturday, November 19th
DJ Date Auction
Some of our DJ's will be auctioning off the opportunity to spend a little quality time with them. The highest bidder will not only win a great date, but will also graciously donate to KWUR! Score! Check out our event page to see the dates and make your bid: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=135398289896721
Thursday, November 17th
Be sure to tune in to 90.3 FM or www.kwur.com to listen to one of the greatest KWUR traditions, the All-Night Broadcast. Your favorite DJ's will be spinning the best of KWUR and staying on the air all night for your entertainment! Call in to donate and receive some excellent gifts!
Don’t forget to check out the KWUR-themed meals, provided by Bon Appetit, which will be served in the DUC this week! Rock n’ roll ribs, Fleetwood Mac n’ Cheese… you can even show KWUR your love while you eat.
Want to donate? Here's how!
You can send a check to:
KWUR 90.3 FM
Campus Box 1205
One Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130
Or call KWUR at 314-935-5952 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact information, and the amount you would like to donate. DJ's will be manning the phones and get you squared away. We have some great items we'll give you in thanks for your donation. Here are some gifts you can receive:
$10 = A free Stack Sessions Sampler, offering the best band performances from our in-studio sessions
$25 = An awesome KWUR t-shirt
$50 = A personalized KWUR t-shirt created by our DJ's
$75 = A personalized song written about you!
$100 = We'll name any part of the station after you for an entire year
$150 = We'll create a custom station ID with you that will live in the annals of KWUR history forever!
Thank you so much for your support, and please consider donating to KWUR so we can keep bringing you the best of free-form radio!
Who knew KWUR was so talented? Many of our present and future DJs showcased their super-human skills during KWUR's pre-orientation program. Now, we share them with the world.
Wow! Look at them go. Click through the links to view the videos.
This past Saturday, some of KWUR's most athletic DJs faced KSLU in the annual Kickball match at Tower Grove Park.
We put up a good fight and were even winning for a little bit. Only a few DJs kicked over the ball, to the relief of everyone.
Sadly, KWUR lost. But! We were still the team with all the Mike's Hard Lemonade.
Click on any of the photos to see more classic shots from Saturday's game.
Photo Creditz: Gabrielle Surick