By Jacob Larocca
This article is the writer’s own and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Concordiensis or its staff.
I have done my absolute best since I inherited the Technical Director position to bring the station back to its former glory, and I am finally beginning to see the fruits of my and my colleagues’ labor.
For those of you asking “What happened to WRUC?” there is no simple answer. Instead, I will tell you what WRUC has been, and what it could be.
Once upon a time, WRUC was the largest club on campus, hosted the largest number of events, and had a larger budget than almost every other club. In the recent cleaning of the WRUC offices, we have discovered a large volume of historical material dating back to the 1950s, which covers the near century of WRUC history.
For the next five weeks, the current WRUC executive board and I will be writing a series of articles highlighting the history, technology, development and future of the station, so that the campus community can see just how rich WRUC’s history is, and hopefully become more involved in its future.