Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

 - Class of 1982

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special t ' calurcs such as interviews with local bands and personalities. The news department also plans to present more local and in-depth re- ports. In addition, WTUL will heighten its antenna to increase their broad- cast range to include more oi ' the city. Overall, WTUL is a special orga- nization on campus. It is a cooperat- ive effort on behalf of each and ev- ■ery member of the staff. The Jox, the tech staff, and everyone else all contribute to that well-known TUL sound. Disc jockey. Carta WestcotI spins albums for tier week- K show. i . n s|i Svnaii mrriing Sabrina Bunks. General Mjn.i ' cr III V III. cmphatizcs ihc need for tludeni salaries. In ilu iKttsrimm Nina Camacho reads Ihe AP wire bcfurc her ncuscasl. Bizzarre Radio gives students a chance to air unusual rclc.iscs. Med 13 63

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Progressive Radio Thrives at WTUL " Are you tired of the same old sound? Want something new? Tune in the Progressive Leader, 91.5 FM, WTUL. " — WTUL Promotional Advertisement Not only is WTUL New Orleans ' Progressive Leader, it is New Or- leans ' only progressive radio station. Sabrina Bunks, General Man- ager of WTUL, claimed the label of " progressive radio " because ' TUL " exposes the listener to a wide vari- ety of music that no other radio sta- tion plays. " This variety includes classical, blues, jazz, folk, reggae, New Wave, rock ' n ' roll, and older commercial releases not frequently played on commercial stations. WTUL is a non-commercial pub- lic radio station run by the students of Tulane that serves the city of New Orleans. In addition to playing great mu- sic, WTUL presents educational features such as " News Blimps " and " The Culture Report. " News and sports can be heard five times each day, as well as a half-hour sports digest on Sunday nights. Over the last three years, WTUL has grown significantly. Bunks cited the Rock-On Survival Marathon as a major reason for the recent suc- cess. " The Marathon has brought the station enough revenue to purchase a new mixing board and to improve our production studio, " she noted. The improvements of Studio B, the station ' s production studio, made WTUL better equipped to promote their own special presenta- tions and other campus events. This improves public relations, which is another source of WTUL ' s tremendous growth over the last three years. Vox Humana, the ' TUL newslet- ter, is another major facet of the sta- tion ' s public relations program. The Vox offers information about ' TUL programming and also on what ' s happening in the city. Bunks expects future increase in



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TUCP Tunes in Tulane Bringing musical entertainment to the Tulane campus is no easy task. Working with limited facili- ties, coordinating shows around the multitude of musical events in the city, and catering to the diverse de- mands of students, is a constant challenge. The TUCP Concert committee, comprised of almost thirty con- cerned and dedicated individuals, is responsible for all of Tulane ' s con- cert programming. Committee members coordinate all aspects of concert events from contract negotiations and technical riders to publicity, ticket sales and hall management. Student volunteers do all the stage crew work as well as security, ushering and ticket handling jobs, while the TUCP Technical staff runs spotlights and provides sound equipment for smaller shows. The development of a good work- ing relationship with local promot- ers and major national and interna- tional booking agencies has played an important role in the committee ' s ability to book outstanding artists. Shows this year included the comedian Gallagher, the Pretend- ers, Toots the Maytals, Steve Hackett, Gil Scott-Heron, Joan Ar- matrading, Ralph Towner John Abercrombie, Al DiMeola and Jaco Pastorius, and the Word of Mouth Band the Dregs. In addition to shows staged in the 1800-seat McA- lister Auditorium, TUCP Concerts promoted blues guitarist Roy Book- binder, folksinger Tish Hinojosa, and the New Jazz Quintet in der Rathskeller and also did the produc- tion for Homecoming in the Hyatt with the Nevilles. Special projects this year includ- ed compiling an extensive New Or- leans directory for the internation- ally recognized Performance Maga- zine. Additionally, assistance was provided for the balloon special ef- fects used in the Rolling Stones show. All things considered, it has been a great year for music at Tulane with the committee successfully booking an array of outstanding musicians and fulfilling its goal to provide entertainment and a musi- cal education for the students. Bill Gould and Glenn Schulman assemble the sound system pieces backstage, hours before the Dregs ' concert. Tech crew members and TUCP Concerts Chairman, Bill Gould, wait on the McAlister Auditorium loading dock for pieces of equipment to produce the Dregs ' Concert. 64 TUCP

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