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WXVU CAMPUS NEWS MINUTE FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 30

By: Gabriella Raful Villanova is evolving its COVID-19 isolation practices as campus returns back to normal. Students who reside in a residence hall who test positive for COVID-19 will generally return to their assigned room for their isolation period and recover with the help of campus resources; students may also choose to go home or […]

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WXVU MAINLINE NEWS MINUTE FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 30

By: Gabriella Raful  A Delaware County jury convicted 37-year-old Brian Kennedy Thursday night of first-degree murder in the 2019 fatal shooting of his ex-wife, Stephanie Miller, at Wawa on Old Sugartown Road, Radnor Township. The jury deliberated for 20 minutes following instructions by Judge Richard Cappelli on the law, according to the Delaware County district […]

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Villanova vs. Providence Game Recap | 1-29-2023

In their second game at the Wells Fargo Center this season, Villanova loses a close battle against #23 ranked Providence, 70-65. After leading at halftime, the Wildcats could not keep up with the scoring of the Friars in the second half. However, Sunday afternoon’s game did feature the return of Guard Justin Moore for the […]

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Villanova vs. Providence Preview | 1-29-2023

It’s an action packed Sunday at the Sports Complex in South Philly. The Eagles and 49ers will battle in the NFC Championship Game at 3pm, but the day starts with a Big East rivalry game between the Villanova Wildcats and Providence Friars at the Wells Fargo Center. Glance at the Teams Villanova heads back to […]

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WXVU MAINLINE NEWS MINUTE FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 23

By: Gabriella Raful  As of Tuesday, Jan. 10, Route 30, also known as Spring Mill Road, between County Line Road and Montgomery Avenue, will be closed Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Local access will be open for ALL Spring Mill Road parking lots and West Campus lots during construction. Please allow extra time, as this […]

By: Gabriella Raful Villanova is evolving its COVID-19 isolation practices as campus returns back to normal. Students who reside in a residence hall who test positive for COVID-19 will generally return to their assigned room for their isolation period and recover with the help of campus resources; students may also choose to go home or […]

By: Gabriella Raful  A Delaware County jury convicted 37-year-old Brian Kennedy Thursday night of first-degree murder in the 2019 fatal shooting of his ex-wife, Stephanie Miller, at Wawa on Old Sugartown Road, Radnor Township. The jury deliberated for 20 minutes following instructions by Judge Richard Cappelli on the law, according to the Delaware County district […]

In their second game at the Wells Fargo Center this season, Villanova loses a close battle against #23 ranked Providence, 70-65. After leading at halftime, the Wildcats could not keep up with the scoring of the Friars in the second half. However, Sunday afternoon’s game did feature the return of Guard Justin Moore for the […]

It’s an action packed Sunday at the Sports Complex in South Philly. The Eagles and 49ers will battle in the NFC Championship Game at 3pm, but the day starts with a Big East rivalry game between the Villanova Wildcats and Providence Friars at the Wells Fargo Center. Glance at the Teams Villanova heads back to […]

Chris, David, Allison, and Dom returned for the last Friday in January to weigh in on the AI tool that is taking college classrooms by storm, ChatGPT.  What has the response been at Villanova?  The crew discusses. What if you had 4 extra hours in your day?  Clean?  Sleep?  We discuss. Our Twitter poll question […]

For the Spring 2023 semester, we will be directing shows to play music through our StationPlaylist Studio automation software.  Shows are no longer permitted to play music on their own device via the studio Aux cable.  Benefits of this include our listeners being able to hear music at consistent audio levels with the rest of […]

By: Gabriella Raful  As of Tuesday, Jan. 10, Route 30, also known as Spring Mill Road, between County Line Road and Montgomery Avenue, will be closed Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Local access will be open for ALL Spring Mill Road parking lots and West Campus lots during construction. Please allow extra time, as this […]

By: Gabriella Raful The celebration of MLK day continues on with the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Keynote Address On Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Villanova Room. This address will be given by New York Times bestselling author Jim Wallis. Then, on Thursday, Jan. 26, the Freedom School will offer hour-long, online […]

Villanova storms back late in the second half to defeat St. John’s, 57-49. Caleb Daniels knocked down four three-pointers and led the way for the Wildcats with 16 points. Brandon Slater was 5-7 from the field with 14 points on Friday night. However, Cam Whitmore struggled for Villanova. Whitmore accumulated seven rebounds but shot just […]

The crew of Chris, David, Allison, and Dom returned for the first show of Villanova’s Spring 2023 academic semester! At 8:30, we were honored to be joined by Dr. Alicia Strandberg of the Villanova School of Business.  Dr. Strandberg is the director of VU Women In Tech, and the crew discussed the upcoming VU Women […]