Listeners of Wednesday’s Early Bird’s Word kicked their day off with a pair of interviews, Ashland Mayor Glen Stewart and AU Greek Life’s Kaitlin Jeffreys.
Tuesday’s Early Bird’s Word was full of great information. In addition to previewing upcoming Ashland County Fair events, listeners were also treated to the second edition of Eagle Exchange, a weekly interview featuring a news topic of interest.
The Early Bird’s Word crew talked with Ashland Head Football Coach Lee Owens and AU student Jacob Poiner on Monday.
The Early Bird’s Word previewed the weekend Friday morning with a conversation about the arts.
In addition to remembering 9-11, the Early Bird’s Word crew sat down with Ashland Mayor Glen Stewart to discuss issues in which the campus community and the City of Ashland community intersect including an increased presence of police around campus enforcing jay walking laws.
The WRDL morning crew talks with Nick Vargas from the Ashland Walk to End Alzheimer’s and sits down with Ashland VP of Marketing and Enrollment Management Scott Van Loo on the first edition of Eagle Exchange.
Ashland University President Fred Finks and AU Football Coach Lee Owens joined the Early Bird’s Word crew for the debut episode of the show.
Ashland University is cutting tuition for current and future students by more than $10,000. Click here to listen to the full press conference from Columbus.
WRDL has set its fall sports broadcast schedule, and fans can catch more action than ever on 88.9 fm and online at wrdlfm.com.
The Ashland University women’s basketball team won the 2013 NCAA Division II National Championship Friday night with a 71-56 win over Dowling University in San Antonio, Texas.