WVAU – AU's Student-Run Internet-Only Radio
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AU's Student-Run Internet-Only Radio
WVAU is American University's student radio station. We broadcast online 24/7 from the Mary Graydon Center in Washington, D.C.
I'm Not Like the Other Girls Thursdays | Biweekly Since I probably peaked in the 10 th grade, “I’m not like the other girls”, is column based off of the dark phase in my life approximately from ages 1...
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Sampled by: Jay Electronica, DJ Premier, J. Cole, Slick Rick, Ghostface
Billy Stewart grew up in Washington, D.C., and attended the Armstrong High School over in Truxton Circle. Born William Larry Stewart II, Billy created the Four Stewart Brothers, a vocal group consisting of himself and his three younger brothers, at only...
Recommended: 2, 6, 8,9; RIYL: Zella Day, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Vera Sola is here with her unique distinctly southern vibe, chilling vocals, and acoustic guitars in her first album Shades, through her label, Spectraphonic.Drawing on folk, southern, and indie styles, she tells a story through her vocals. Her minimalistic...
RIYL: Cloud Nothings, Waxahatchee, Tacocat
After going on a brief hiatus from 2013, Swearin’ came back and is better than ever with their new album Fall Into the Sun. It’s almost like they took this time off to take what they were and become that but more confident and innovative than before...
Wildany Guerrero is a 21 year old music journalist from Hackensack, New Jersey. As a student of hip-hop, Wildany grew up admiring artists like Nas, Mos Def and Jay-Z. His favorite part of listening, reacting and writing about music is the way artists...
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|Registrant:||American University Student Media Board|
|Updated:||October 12, 2020|
|Expires:||October 11, 2021|
|Created:||October 11, 2004|