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It may be winter on campus, but soon things are heating up at WNTI.  Centenary’s spring semester has started, and that means some of your favorite student shows will be returning.  Look for changes to our schedule soon. If you are current or incoming Centenary student, why not join one of the best activities on […]

  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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]


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