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134 Years of Academic Excellence

Central State University celebrated, virtually, 134 years of Academic Excellence on March 2, 2021. Listen to honorees stories below!

Tune in to Jazz Brunch - Mon-Fri At 9 AM

Trent Darby brings you upbeat jazz to energize your morning at 9 AM. Funky Friday's are back!

Money Making Conversations, Saturdays at 8am Eastern

Listen to Money Making Conversations on WCSU!

Money Making Conversations is a talk show hosted by Emmy Award-Winning Producer Rushion McDonald where he interviews celebrities, CEOs, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders on their Secrets To Success.

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L.I.F.E. With DJ Sessions

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Grounded Hope

“From the Highways to the Hedgerows”

This podcast series delves into Ohio’s agricultural past to rediscover ways that we can work with the land, and with each other, to regenerate our soil and communities.

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Resources/ Recursos COVID-19

Access websites with bilingual information and resources regarding COVID-19. Acceda a sitios web con información bilingüe y recursos sobre COVID-19

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The Ohio Tobacco Quit Line

Quitting tobacco is a process. Whether you are thinking about quitting, are not yet ready to quit, or have already quit, Ohio Tobacco Quit Line can help you with each step of the way.

Update at 1:26 p.m. ET. No Confirmed Deaths:

The U.S. Coast Guard tells WWLTV that 11 people have been sent to hospital but no deaths have been confirmed in a oil rig fire off the coast of Louisiana.

WWLTV, KHOU and Reuters were reporting two deaths earlier.

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A fire on an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana has killed two people, Louisiana's WWLTV is reporting.

One of the world's largest health funding agencies — the Global Fund — made two big decisions Thursday.

The fund appointed Dr. Mark Dybul as its new executive director. Dybul is best known for leading the international fight against HIV during the Bush's administration through the President's Emergency Plan For AIDS.

#Gaza: Fighting In Cyberspace?

Nov 16, 2012

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Rockaway Church Is Port In A Storm

Nov 16, 2012

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I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Coming up, the Latin Grammy Awards were held last night in Las Vegas. We'll check in with the hosts from NPR Music's ALT.LATINO podcast to hear about some of the artists who made an impression.

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The federal government has all these ways of paying people to buy houses without actually, you know, paying people to buy houses.

We've talked a lot about two examples of this:

1. The mortgage-interest tax deduction is effectively a government payment to people who are paying a mortgage.

President Obama and congressional leaders from both major parties met at the White House this morning for the first of what will likely be many negotiations aimed at averting a plunge over the so-called fiscal cliff.

We watched for news from the key players — who include House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio — and updated with highlights.

It's Thanksgiving time again, and while we're very sad to be without our pal Glen Weldon this week, we're happy to be joined by the lovely Barrie Hardymon.

We start with a discussion of Thanksgiving and pop culture — and, more specifically, why there's not as much Thanksgiving-themed pop culture as you might think, particularly compared to Christmas. We explore the turkey episodes of Friends and other comedies, but talk a little about the surprising dearth of Thanksgiving movies.

News outlets in German and Sweden have been reporting for the past year that some of the products made in past decades for Swedish furniture giant IKEA were produced by political prisoners in Cold War-era East Germany.

Today, IKEA conceded that the reports are true and that some of its "representatives" were aware of what was happening.

Eric Idle: A Python In Winter

Nov 16, 2012

At the beginning of What About Dick?, a stage performance released this week as a digital download, writer/performer Eric Idle announces that the audience will be witnessing "Aural Cinema." The story — a tangential, broadly comic yarn involving the decline of the British Empire and "the birth of a sex toy invented in Shagistan in 1898" — is to be performed in the style of a radio play, with the actors (Russell Brand, Eddie Izzard, Billy Connolly, Tim Curry and Tracey Ullman, to name five) reading their parts from scripts into

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Listen To Sunday Gospel at 10am Eastern

Brother Ronald L. Murray, Your Soldier For The Lord, will get you up and moving with the best in traditional, contemporary and inspirational music.

Alive! w/ Cristina Redko, PhD

Alive! w/ Cristina Redko, PhD

You will hear stories about how our lives, all living beings and our living systems are intertwined: big and small, close and far, including us, human beings.

Thursdays at 12:00 PM

Café Jazz is a mix of original vinyl recordings with contemporary jazz releases on CD with host Richard (Gene) Knight. 

Mondays at Noon

"Catch the Flo" is a weekly music show hosted by contemporary jazz keyboard artist, Marcus Johnson. "Catch the Flo" features jazz music, both straight and smooth.

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Trent Darby - Morning Host

Charles Fox - WCSU General Manager

Stephon Lane - Broadcast Technician Manager

Wade T Oberlin - Underwriting/Marketing Representative

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