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“I work behind the scenes, which is super fun. I’ve produced over 40 shows in two years, including Lou Jasikoff’s Sanity Check. I’m a self-proclaimed nerd from New York. When I’m not busy working in the WKCV studio, I spend time playing instruments, watching YouTube videos, or doing homework.”
“I provide the best metal music offered at WKCV, from local and international metal artist from around the world. During my show, The Wolves Den, I play genres from metalcore, deathcore, thrash, death metal, industrial, black metal, new releases, and so much more!”
“I have been involved with the radio station since my freshman year. I enjoy a wide variety of music and I am a vinyl record enthusiast. Too much of my money has disappeared thanks to buying records. My listeners can expect to hear a variety of music; perhaps, even some scratchy vinyl will be going out over the airwaves.”
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WKCV On Stage provides local artists and students a chance to collaborate on projects that will promote the talented artists in our area.
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Keystone College will host a memorial service to celebrate the life and legacy of former Keystone College President Edward G. “Ned” Boehm, Jr., Ed.D. on Saturday, October 12 from 9-10 a.m.
Keystone College will host retired CIA operations officer, author, and national security commentator Sam Faddis at its annual Constitution Day Program on Tuesday, September 17 from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. in Evans Hall in Hibbard Campus Center.
Keystone College and the Factoryville community will come together to celebrate Christy Mathewson Day on Saturday, August 10. This will be the 24th consecutive year the two communities have celebrated the life and accomplishments of the Baseball Hall of Fame legend, Keystone graduate, and Factoryville native.