Kudos are better placed to our academic leader and most importantly, engaged and hard working students who understand the importance of the experiential learning they get every time they sit behind the microphone. Maybe this shouldn't be surprising since a good number of them are major's and they know they better take the business and performance art of broadcasting seriously. Some posts ago a person wondered how much of the business side can be taught when the station is a non-com. It's called underwriting and we have a department headed up by a student who does that. We also air play-by-play of University major sports events, including away games which keeps a good number of alums, who otherwise might not listen, on board as listeners. Couple that with the student produced weekly sports talk show, and it's no surprise that we see a number of our graduates doing sports, on radio, on TV, on line and at newspapers.