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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 […]

Attention students! Looking for something exciting to do on campus?  Want to get your voice heard?  Then WNTI is the place for you! Our students can do everything from hosting their own programs, to assisting with audio production and music formats.  Our weekly meetings are every Wednesday at 3pm in Lackland room 243.  Our programming […]

Host Scott Judy welcomed Free Range Folk to WNTI.ORG on Saturday, June 30th 2018, to discuss an upcoming fundraiser. The fundraiser is happening on July 22nd at 5pm.  Presented by Kiwanis Club of the Poconos/Daybreak, which funds many children’s projects in Monroe County.  This includes the needs of special needs children. The fundraiser is at […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ, and the National Space Society bringing you the June Starwatch for the WNTI listening area. We’ve been on this mission for several weeks. Our goal is to stay in this colony of 4 men and 4 women for 2 years. We have enough food […]

After a magnificent show at Godfrey Daniels on Friday, June 8th, many musicians headed to a local speakeasy to have some conversation and drinks.  Among the group was The Americana Hours host Scott Judy.  The headliner that night was Jesse Terry and Mark Douglas Berardo.  Mark and Scott were in discussion about WNTI and he asked […]

Death is real. These are the first lines sung by Phil Elverum on his record A Crow Looked At Me, under the name Mount Eerie. Elverum was inspired to write this album after his wife, Genevieve, passed away in 2016 from inoperable pancreatic cancer. A Crow Looked At Me is an incredibly deep insight into […]


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