Summer & Nora; the hosts of the weekday show from 2-4pm on Wildcat 91.9 discuss whether or not they would want an all-expenses paid trip to Europe for 3 months or an all-expenses paid 10 minute trip to the moon.
Swords, Magic, and Fire oh my~! On today's episode, we follow our confident friends as they gather new information on the inhabits of the world and battle in low stakes arenas. All the while uncovering a fiendish plot that could devastate the entire adventure to Briah. Roll the dice! Have a drink! And cheer on or laugh at the party's attempts at success in Episode 3 : How the Turn has Tables.
LISTEN TO EP. 1 HERE
Vaguely Local is a podcast focusing on locality while leaving room for variety, focusing on people and issues around Manhattan and beyond. This first episode, Nick spoke with a pair of guests on a common topic - that being the City of Manhattan’s partnership with the Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills as part of the National League of Cities City Inclusive Entrepreneurship program ; announced in December of 2022.
The program is an effort to address inequity faced by entrepreneurs of color as they seek investment and improve economic mobility for historically marginalized communities, which is now in its fourth year with hundreds of local partners.
Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills Founder and CEO Sheila Ellis-Glasper joined the podcast to discuss what this will look like in Manhattan. In the second half of the program, City Commissioner Linda Morse -- mayor at the time of the announcement -- talks about how the city got into the mix and who the main players were in getting the work started.
Listen on Spotify
K-State's snowy 160th birthday
On February 16th 2023; Kansas State University turned 160 years old. Due to inclement weather students were unable to celebrate in person. So, Wildcat 91.9/Wildcat Electronic Media felt the need to celebrate by honoring the beauty of our campus and town in this short video.
Happy 160 years K-State!
K-State theatre's latest, upcoming play "A Number" by Caryl Churchill is being directed by K-State theatre student Jackson Berland. Jackson joined the hosts of the Daily Wave to talk about human cloning and the beguiling hour-long psychological thriller that blends topical scientific speculation with a stunning portrait of the relationship between fathers and their sons.
To better understand how human cloning works, Jackson decided to bring a clone machine and have Dawson & Max try it out. It does not goes as planned... Listener discretion advised.
The hosts of the Daily Wave break down echolocation, the 3 kinds of unknowns, and Rick & Morty with Mark Heinz
Dawson and Max are joined on the Daily Wave by Mark Heinz a client support provider at Pawnee Mental Health to discuss all the wonders of life. They break down how echolocation works, what the three kinds of unknowns are and how it all relates to Rick and Morty.
Tune in M/W/F from 8-10am to hear more content like this from the hosts of the Daily Wave!
K-State Today Events (Feb. 13-19)
Monday, Feb. 13 - Friday, Feb. 17 | Social Media Week
Each February, Kansas State University hosts K-State Social Media Week, bringing together students, educators and industry professionals to provide insights and opportunities for maximizing the power of social media.
Fine more information at the link below.
Friday, February 17, 6:15 - 8:15 PM | Drag Show
The annual K-State Drag Show is back! Free for K-State Students with a valid ID, $10 for non-students.
Doors open at 6:15pm, pre-show begins at 6:30pm, and show begins at 7pm. Tipping is encouraged!
Fine more information at the link below.
Friday, Feb. 17 - Sunday, Feb. 19 | Kansas State Rodeo
The K-State Rodeo will be back in Weber Arena on the Kansas State University campus.
Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door for adults; $8 in advance or $10 at the door for children, K-State students with ID, or military with ID; or $30 at the door for a weekend pass. Children 4 and under are free.
Find more information at the link below.
Exploring the rest of the airship, both together and separate. Our new cast of friends(Maybe?) are gathering their surroundings with a quizlike curiosity. Join the gang of rascals as they meet celebrities and nobodies. Meeting entertainers and suspicious individuals in Episode 2: Three Wizards and a Lizard.
Curious about running for a position in SGA? Today is the final day to do so! Submit your filing application by 5:00pm so that you can be considered in the running!
If you have any questions, reach out to SGA Elections Commissioner Natalie Nusz: email@example.com
More information can be found at https://www.k-state.edu/elections/
After a hiatus of almost 2 years, Musically Inclined is back in action with Kolby Van Camp and Jesse Kaiser, as well as new co-host Ryan Hernandez. The trio discuss new beginnings, what it means to be a professional musician, and the importance of doing what you love while making smart decisions.
Feel good news from the farm
The Aggieville Community Vision has been growing over the last 5-10 years and because of that growth we have seen unprecedented change with construction, renovation and demolition. But as of recently that change has taken a turn for the worst regarding the price for parking that employees have to pay. As of January 17, 2023 the city has started charging for people to park in the garage. Due to this new charge the city has created a parking pass for employees but will be charging $25 a month for part-time and $40 a month for full time.
Some believe this is too much of a cost and the parking should be free. Listen and look at what some of the employees think at the link above.
Aggieville part-time employees share their opinions on the new $25 a month parking garage pass
Riley Shubert is a part-time employee at Taco Lucha and Fat's Bar & Grill. She has worked at Taco Lucha for the past two years and has been impacted personally by the construction and new parking laws that have implemented a $25 a month charge for employees to park in the parking garage.
She says that it is "messed up"
As for The Dusty Bookshelf Employee, Averie Thurston; she thinks that the city cares more about the money than the citizens.
In an interview with Wildcat Electronic Media, Averie said "The city cares more about the money than the citizens. The other day I parked at city park and it was night, and I was kind of scared because of drunk college kids; whatever. That wouldn't be an issue if they just let us park in the garage"
Lanie & Hailey highlighted a variety of Grammy award winners and listened to some of their favorites that won awards.