Spring/Summer Blowout Sale!

May 15th, 2018
WVKR and SLD (Student Labor Dialogue) are hosting a big spring/summer blowout sale!

WVKR will be selling merch including new dolphin shower radios, t shirts, totes, usb drives, big and small stickers

There will also be clothes on sale with proceeds going toward an SLD hardship fund. Hit us up if you want to sell your clothes!

People will also be selling their clothes, so there should be a lot of great stuff, come check it out!

Dolphin Radios for Sale

Pink Noises on 3/3

February 25th, 2018

WELCOME TO PINK NOISES

Pink Noises celebrates femme/nonbinary electronic artists in the music industry.
This two-part event begins with a series of workshops led by 4 incredible visiting artists.
Later that evening these very same artists will showcase their skills, blessing us with set after live set

WORKSHOPS take place in Rocky starting at 5PM. You can preview which one you’d like to attend by checking out the descriptions below [listed soon]. They will conclude with a panel/conversation in Rocky – a chance for students and artists to connect.

Featuring Nkisi, BEARCAT, Ariel Zetina, and S0ln0va

MUSIC will begin at 10PM in the Shiva, and go until 1AM.
This showcase is Open To The Public.

Here’s our Spring Schedule!

February 11th, 2018

wvkr spring schedule

Spring Schedule

January 29th, 2018

It might not feel like spring and we might have not announced the winter schedule, but that doesn’t mean that the winter schedule hasn’t come and gone and the spring schedule isn’t now here! Tune in today to hear your favorite WVKR shows, some of which were also on air last week, but some weren’t!

Are you interested in filling one of those gaps in the schedule? You’re in luck! WVKR is holding interviews for new shows this Sunday from 12-5pm at WVKR. For information on applying including what you need to bring to the interview and reach out to p r o g r a m d i r e c t o r @wvkr.org. We’re interested in shows that fit with our mission of being Poughkeepsie’s independent radio station. That means we’re interested in shows that feature independent artists and content that wouldn’t fit at a commercial station.

As a reminder this is intended to be a time for Vassar students to apply for shows as non-Vassar students are welcome to reach out at any time with show proposals.