The Maine act

“And now…the moment you’ve all been waiting for…THE MAINE!” The crowd goes wild!  “Heeeellllooo Philadelphia!”

First they hear the drums, then the bass, the guitar, and the vocals. After the first beat, everyone in the room can tell it is going to be a night they won’t forget.

Saint Joseph’s University offers a lot of really amazing activities, which are advertised during the annual club fair in the fall. The Student Union Board (SUB) plans and executes events for all undergraduate students attending St. Joe’s and I am lucky enough to be a part of the Executive Board during my freshman year!  

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Finding My Voice

If you know me then you know that I am a member of the campus radio station, Radio 1851. If not, you could probably easily figure it out.

I wear more radio gear than anyone else. I have black t-shirts, grey long-sleeve shirts, multicolored radio sunglasses, hoodies, and more! I am literally a walking advertisement for Radio 1851. (I write with radio pens for goodness sake.) I even constantly talk about radio – about my shows, about friends’ shows, about events, about music… I literally don’t shut up.

It has been a while since I’ve been so passionate about something.

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My Favorite Club on Campus

Saint Joseph’s University is known as a stellar institution of higher learning, providing students with a well-rounded education. But, what is there to do outside of obtaining an education? The number one answer from students is to join a club or organization. Hawk Hill provides hundreds of opportunities to get involved.

Many of my friends ask me, “What clubs or organizations are you involved in?” For me the answer is easy, Radio 1851.

The station began in 1922 as WSJR. We were the first college radio station to broadcast on AM, and later to move to FM in the 1980s.

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