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Andy is a sophomore at Centenary University studying Communication. He is the Assistant sports director and hosts his show the New York Sports Talk, Wednesdays at 3pm. When he’s not on the air, you can find him watching baseball and traveling to different places.  Congratulations Andy on being our DJ of the Week!

Brendan McDonnell is a Junior at Centenary University studying English Education. He has been a part of WNTI for 3 months. He hosts the Modern mantis show at 4 pm-5pm on Thursdays. On his show, he talks about social media and anything that is currently popular. His favorite part about being on of WNTI is […]

This week’s DJ of the Weeks Halifa Bradford.  Halifa is a sophomore at Centenary with a major in Communications.  He first got involved with the radio station his freshman.  He started with a jazz show called Sunset Tunes.  “Sunset Tunes started out as a jazz show aimed at playing oldie music.  But quickly evolved into […]

Dr. Jeremy Houska is the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Centenary University.  In this role, he provides data support for the executive team, oversees Centenary’s institution-wide assessment plan, contributes to strategic planning efforts and accreditation, and serves campus units and academic programs as they plan effectiveness studies.  When he is not working on […]

WNTI strives on having the best student DJ’s around and this weeks DJ of the Week is no exception.  Meet Katie Peters, she is a sophomore commuter student from Lafayette, NJ.  Her major is Communications with a Radio & TV Concentration and a Business Management minor.  Katie started getting involved with WNTI her freshman year […]

Meet our newest DJ of the Week, Jack Reinhart.  Jack, the host of now two radio shows on WNTI, is a junior communication major from Stewartsville, New Jersey.  He recently transferred from Warren County Community College When he first arrived on WNTI’s radio scene, he teamed up with Communication colleague Zach Martino for their popular sports […]


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