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Month: February 2023

By: Gabriella Raful Housing for rising juniors and sophomore is starting to be released. Housing Selection Times are now available for Rising Juniors who submitted their housing contract for the 2023-2024 Academic Year. To view your housing selection time, log on to the Housing and Dining Website, and scroll to the Fall 2023 section at the bottom of […]

By: Gabriella Raful On Tuesday night, Radnor Township School Board Tuesday unanimously denied a proposal from the Pennsylvania Military Charter School at Valley Forge to open a charter school in the district. The school board’s decision followed public hearings on the application on Dec. 13, and Jan. 23. The proposed charter school is not affiliated […]

Villanova easily defeats #19 Creighton, 79-67, after a hot first half in South Philly. Game Recap First Half For the first five minutes of the game, Villanova and Creighton exchanged baskets. Baylor Scheierman made a jumper to tie the game at 12 for the Bluejays with 14:31 left in the first half. Since that basket, […]

  The 2022-2023 IBS (Intercollegiate Broadcast System) Conference was held February 24-25 in New York City. WXVU’s Chris Cokinos and Allison Bajada, along with Deena Leh, Dr. Carol Weingarten, and Nick Langan represented the station in attendance.  The winners of this year’s IBS awards were announced at the end of the conference, and WXVU took […]

On this week’s Morning Roar, we welcomed Ethan Silva for his Morning Roar on-air debut!  Allison, David, Dom, and Ethan discussed Villanova undergraduate students’ transition to the Microsoft 365 platform from Google and if there were lingering challenges.  The crew also discussed how long it takes to realize if you’re a fan of a song […]

On Tuesday night, Villanova finally recorded their first Quad 1 Victory of the season against Xavier in Cincinnati. Justin Moore was phenomenal for the Wildcats by shooting 10-13 from the field and scoring 25 points. Cam Whitmore grabbed four rebounds and accumulated 11 points on Tuesday. Villanova also received contributions from Mark Armstrong and Jordan […]

Bring up YouTube and click “Go Live” to start the live stream, maybe about 5 minutes before the show begins. Try the best you can to start the show right at 8:00 AM, after the WXVU Legal ID (Allison’s voice: “Villanova University’s WXVU Villanova…”) plays in automation to start the hour.  If this Legal ID […]

By: Gabriella Raful According to David Tedjeske, Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police, the Radnor Police Department has announced that charges have been filed in connection with the incident on the SEPTA train last week. Radnor Township Police Department is seeking public assistance in locating Mr. Ishmael Isaac Marshall, 28, of Philadelphia, PA. […]

By: Gabriella Raful U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon, a Delaware County Democrat, joined lawmakers in the House and Senate in supporting legislation to provide high-quality, affordable childcare with a network of federally supported, locally administered childcare options. The Child Care for Every Community Act includes universal access, affordability, developmental services, and more.  In other news, […]

After losing on Saturday evening in Rhode Island, Villanova looks to regroup and battle #16 Xavier at 6:30pm in Ohio tonight. Brief Summary of the Providence Game The Wildcats did not get off to a very good start against Providence. With just 3:54 left in the first half, Villanova trailed Providence, 32-22. However, Nova cut […]