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    Advisory Board Meeting

    The next WYSU-FM Advisory Board Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 19th at 4:00pm in the WYSU Conference Room in Melnick Hall on the YSU campus. The meeting is open to the public.

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    A Night in Vienna for the Canton Symphony

    The Canton Symphony Orchestra is presenting a "Night in Vienna" on Saturday, January 28, at 8:00 pm at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall in Canton. The concert celebrates Europe’s City of Music from waltzes to polkas.

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    Gary Interviews YSU Piano Professor Cicilia Yudha

    Listen to the interview on our Public Affairs page!

    ​Indonesian pianist Cicilia Yudha made her debut with the Cleveland Orchestra in 2003. As a versatile soloist and chamber musician, she has given performances in the U.S., Canada, Cambodia, Austria, France, Germany and Indonesia.

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    WYSU-FM Open Meeting Policy

    The Youngstown State University's Board of Trustees is WYSU-FM's supervisory board. The Board's general meetings and Institutional Engagement Committee Meetings address WYSU business. These meetings are open to the public.

    The WYSU Advisory Board meetings are also open to the public.

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    Join us on Friday, February 17 for our signature fundraiser!  WYSU and the McDonough Museum of Art at Youngstown State University are proud to be part of a community that realizes the significant and positive impact of the arts on education, entertainment, the economy and overall quality of life.  We are, in fact, “mad about the arts” and hope you are, too! 

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  • COLUMBUS, Ohio – Youngstown’s Students Motivated by the Arts program – or Smarts – was named one of nine winners of the 2017 Governor’s Awards for the Arts. Smarts is being recognized as co-winner of the Arts Education award, along with Dayton musician and educator Jim McCutcheon. The Ohio Arts...
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Coming Up on Doing Good with Gina Marinelli

  • January 31

    Episodes air Tuesday at 5:45am and 7:45am. Check back later for more information!

  • January 24

    Dan Osborn of the C.S. Lewis Institute will discuss how faith can improve day-to-day life.

Coming Up with Tim Francisco

  • February 1

    Mahoning County has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the nation. Michelle Edison of The Mahoning County District Board of Health talks about what is being done to help more of our children reach their first birthday. Episodes air Wednesday at 5:45am and 7:45am. 

  • January 25

    Senator Joe Schiavoni talks about his work on charter and E-school reform, and a possible run for Ohio Governor.