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Month: March 2023

On this week’s episode, we first broke the news that Allison is the recipient of a Fulbright award for an English Teaching Assistantship in Greece this Fall. Congratulations, Allison! Inspired by Reddit users once again, the crew talked about everyday items that are basically useless and their behavior after enduring a sudden episode of pain. […]

By: Gabriella Raful Representatives from SEPTA and the Villanova Center (Starbucks, Fidelity, etc.) reached out as a courtesy to inform us that these parking lots are for use of their customers only. Vehicles parked by others or vehicles parked overnight will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense. Please DO NOT park in any of […]

By: Gabriella Raful The U-S E-P-A is hosting a webinar this week on its proposed new drinking water regulations. The Agency has just announced plans to limit harmful toxic substances known as P-FAS in drinking water, and says cleaner water will prevent thousands of deaths and improve the lives of Pennsylvania residents. Myron Arnowitt, Pennsylvania […]

The crew delivered another action packed episode of the Morning Roar. We had a juicy Twitter poll question, asking you which host’s saga you found most compelling? Allison went into details of her efforts as WXVU Station Manager to get the station played in the Connelly Center! The crew also discussed silly things they believed […]

Listen today at 2:00 PM, as Jacob Artz and Zac Tipton, live from the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC, have all your play-by-play coverage of the Villanova Women’s Basketball NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 matchup versus Miami!

WXVU Radio’s Taleen Postian interviews Better Now Than Ever, consisting of Michael Simeone [referred to as Indigo in this interview] on Vocals and Guitar, Chris Puente on Vocals and Guitar, Michael Donodeo on Drums, and Martin Gerlein on Bass.  Photo Credit: Milagros Capcha The first interview with this Nova-based rock group, Better Now Than Ever […]

By: Gabriella Raful  The Philadelphia Child Welfare Workforce Task Force held a virtual hearing this month to make recommendations to alleviate workforce challenges Philadelphia child welfare providers are facing. They looked at worker turnover, recruitment, and retention issues that are impacting the children and families in the system and provided recommendations for the Philadelphia Department […]

By: Gabriella Raful Summer housing applications will become available on April 3rd. Summer housing in the designated summer residence hall is only available for students who are enrolled in summer courses, who are employed by the University over the summer, who are participating in a University-sponsored internship program, or who are required to be on campus for a […]

On St. Patrick’s Day 2023, it was a Morning Roar to remember! Chris, Allison, David & Dom honored Deena Leh, our beloved WXVU staff advisor and Villanova’s Assistant Director of Media Programs. It was Deena’s last day at Villanova, as she moves on to a wonderful opportunity in multimedia at the Community College of Philadelphia. […]

Villanova loses to Liberty, 62-57, in one of the most disappointing games of the season. In the first round of the NIT on Tuesday night, the Wildcats played the 27-8 ASUN Championship Runner-up, Liberty Flames, without two of their main starters in Justin Moore and Cam Whitmore. In place of Moore and Whitmore, Mark Armstrong […]