Author: Jas Jennings

Win Tickets to SweetWater 420 Fest!

Here’s your chance to get your festival season in full swing! WVUA-FM and SweetWater 420 Fest are giving our listeners a chance to enjoy the groovy tunes of Snoop Dogg, Cage the Elephant, 311 and so much more this April 17-19, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to Retweet, Like and Share your way to 2 FREE TICKETS to SweetWater 420 Fest in Atlanta, Georgia!!       Three winners will be selected at random on Friday, April 10, 2015 at 5pm. The tickets will be reserved by name at the venue’s will call. The winner is responsible for claiming the...

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Love is ON the Air!

This Valentine’s Day 90.7  WVUA-FM will be opening the airwaves to all the love birds across the Capstone. Here’s your chance to send a sweet note to your honey or finally tell the girl in your Math 112 class that she’s the apple of your eye! Love Grams will be available for purchase for $1 in the OSM online store starting Feb.6, 2015 until Feb. 13, 2015. Or you can stop by the Ferg on Feb. 12, 2015 between noon and 2 pm and record a brief personal message and have the opportunity to add a special song to your...

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The United Alabama Project “Partisan Reform Initiative”

The United Alabama Project has released its election reform proposal for the 2014-2015 academic year, entitled “A Step in the Democratic Direction: The Partisan Reform Initiative.”   The proposal, which offers campus political parties as a solution to the University of Alabama’s longstanding issues surrounding SGA elections, includes a wealth of election data from here at Alabama, put in perspective by numerous historical examples and input from a number of faculty and students with experience in SGA politics. The proposal lists, statistically quantifies and traces the development of what UAP members consider the most fundamentally concerning issues in SGA...

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Recap: JUICE Hip Hop Exhibition

Huntsville is swiftly becoming the mecca of Hip Hop culture in Alabama. On December 6, 2014 the 2nd Annual Juice Hip Hop Exhibition took place at the soon to be legendary “Juice House”.  The building was brimming with uncharted talent in the forms of apparel designers, dancers, DJs and countless MCs blessing the crowd with their gifts.   Founder, Juels Pierrot, cherishes the gathering of  creatives and how allowing them to express themselves naturally and competitively; positively effects the community. Performances from Nashville’s Brown and the potent combined talent of Alabama Power(Jay Dot Rain, Wynt Earley, Bo Latham, and Lil Nardy of Mobile) and house DJ Houndstooth, the night was an abundant celebration of young people brave enough to chase their dreams. The battles represented different elements of hip hop, with the winners of each category receiving a starter pack tailored to their career. For example, the winner of the dance battle won the right to choreograph Joi Tiffany’s (singer/songwriter) next video. The DJ Battle seduced the crowd and amped everyone up for the long awaited “Who Got Bars” Finale, the freestyle battle between Huntsville’s four top MCs.  ...

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An Evening with the Indigo Child

On January 6th, 2015 I had the pleasure of discussing music, explicit vision and the meaning of happiness with an enchanted soul who has already graced the cusp of legendary expression just eight months post graduating high school. Raury, better known as the Indigo Child, erupted from a Stone Mountain suburb just outside of Atlanta, GA. On the shoulders of his creative team, Love Renaissance Co., and impassioned music he describes as going, “…from folk to metal rock to ambient 80’s stadium music to regular hip hop”. Raury has managed to garner the attention of over 25 thousand fans...

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