De Maria, a longtime professor and manager of the university’s radio station and television studio, was a beloved mentor to students and a cherished colleague and friend to many in the university community.
Bob de Maria, W&L Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications Emeritus, Dies at 79
WLUR Institution Celebrates a Major Milestone
"The Anti-Headache Machine," a Saturday night radio show hosted by Doug Harwood '74, has turned 50.
Jeremy Franklin Ends His Run as Voice of W&L Athletics
Franklin, a 2004 graduate of W&L, began his broadcast career as an undergraduate student.
W&L’s WLUR, Journalism Department to Observe Radio Milestone
The event on Oct. 28 will celebrate the 100th anniversary of commercial radio in the United States.
Jeremy Franklin ’04: Always Hungry for New Music
Jeremy Franklin has spent his life after college invested in his passion for music as the general manager of WLUR, W&L’s campus radio station.
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Finding Common Ground in Lexington: Shaun Soman ’17
Shaun Soman ’17 has found an unlikely home at Common Ground, an intentional community where he did his environmental service learning placement.
Taking Care of (Music) Business: Austin Frank ’17
What can you do in four years at W&L? How about manage a radio show, start a service organization, found a club, or publish an EP? Austin Frank ’17 has done them all.