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Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome Centenary Professor and doctoral student Dave Perricone and Bernards High School AD Mike Hoppe to the studio along with guests Jamie Ponce and Joe LaSpada. Jamie is the General Manager of the New York Red Bulls and a graduate of Centenary University Class of 05’. […]

A big event is happening on campus this Saturday, November 23rd.  Come out to Centenary to experience Cyclone Slam, a pro wrestling event benefiting Camp Kesem.  The main event will feature FKA WWE Superstar Darren Young vs NYU All-American Ray Jazz.  Recently, members of the class producing the event were guests on Joltin Joe’s Wrestling […]

Dr. Kathy Naasz joins hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks.  Dr. Naasz is an Associate Professor of Business and serves as Centenary University’s Innovation Strategist. Kathy will discuss her award winning doctoral research centered on innovative learning spaces as well as other trends in higher education and elsewhere. Check out the announcement regarding Dr. Naasz’s […]

Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they kick off the 2019-20 season of Leadership Matters!  In this show, we welcome Dr. Antoine Gayles into the studio. Dr. Gayles is a member of the Mount Olive Board of Educaion and also serves as graduate faculty at Centenary University.  Dr. Gayles discusses the vision of […]

  This Wednesday, WNTI will be hosting another weekly meeting.  Come to Room 243 in the Lackland Center at 3pm and discover the excitement of WNTI-The Sound of Centenary.  Not only can you be on the radio, but we have other exciting opportunities as well.  From social media to writing music reviews, the possibilities are […]

Note: This article was written by Katie Peters, Student Programming Director of WNTI.  This was originally published in this month’s edition of The Quill, the Centenary University student newspaper. Richard Hinchliffe, Former Centenary Assistant Professor of Radio and Director of WNTI.org Radio, passed away in early February from glioblastoma. He was 68. Before arriving at […]


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