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    • WQSU Radio Station

    • WQSU; Radio stations; Susquehanna University;
    • In 1961, WQSU began as a university club called the Radio Association. In the spring of 1967, the station broadcasted across the Susquehanna Valley with ten watts of power. Today the station's power has increased to 12,000 watts.
    • WQSU

    • WQSU; Radio stations; Phonographs; Sound recordings; Susquehanna University;
    • Long before music downloads and computers, WQSU staff played 45s and LPs on turntables. Here is a glimpse of the station in 1973.
    • Harpo

    • Harpo; Weber Chapel; Concerts; Susquehanna University Program Board; WQSU; Susquehanna University;
    • Continuing the tradition of popular concerts at Susquehanna, the Sunbury, PA-based rock band, Harpo, performed in Weber Chapel Auditorium in 1980. The show was sponsored by the Susquehanna University Program Board and radio station, WQSU.
    • WQSU Radio Station

    • WQSU; Radio Association; Radio stations; Susquehanna University; Herb, J.; Spitzer, Clyde.
    • The Radio Association was formed in 1965 under the direction of physics instructor James Herb. Clyde Spitzer, a member of the class of 1938 and an executive with Triangle Publications of Philadelphia, arranged to have the equipment for the station...
    • WQSU

    • Radio stations; WQSU; Susquehanna University.
    • The University's radio station was assigned its call letters, WQSU-FM, by the FCC on May 2, 1967 and broadcasting began on May 14, 1967. The station was located at 530 University Avenue and its schedule could be found on display in the library.
    • WQSU

    • WQSU; Radio stations; Students; Susquehanna University;Edwards, P.; Mason, G.; Richards, C.; Whisler, J.; Spero, R.; Scholl, G.; Hoffman, K.; Cooke, W.; Hall, D.; Strawser, R.; Herrold, R.; Kyse, L.; Corveleyn, D.; Roessner, J.; Ficken, D.;
    • The Radio Association was formed in 1965 and began broadcasting under the new call letters WQSU in the spring of 1967. This image shows the 1969 members of WQSU.
    • Gertrude James

    • James, Gertrude; Minority Concerns; Cultural diversity; Clubs; Students; Susquehanna University;
    • Gertrude James '89, a philosophy major, helped to form the organization Minority Concerns. The club's goal was to "take out cultural monotony and replace it with cultural diversity". The idea to form the club took root in 1988. There was a noted...

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