Keystone College dedicated its newly remodeled and relocated radio station, WCKV 103.5, during recent Homecoming and Family Weekend activities on campus. The non-profit station, now based in a larger studio in Hibbard Campus Center, has state-of-the-art equipment to help train students in the various aspects of entertainment and broadcast journalism. Participants in the ribbon-cutting were, from left: Keystone College President David L. Coppola, Ph.D., Keystone graduate, and Scranton native Gary Lee Koerner, whose generosity helped make the renovation possible; WCKV Director Gregory Palaskas; and Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences Ward Roe.
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