Want to join in on the fun here at KDUP? We here at KDUP are looking for a couple of good people to help in our News and Promotions departments as News Reporter and Events Coordinator. Interested? Fill out the application below and return it to KDUP Advisor Brian Blair at email@example.com, or KDUP General Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're back! And we're looking for a few good DJs! Download and fill application and be part of the fun at KDUP! You can return all applications to the KDUP Studios, or email them to our General Manager, Katie Husk (email@example.com), Program Director - Jack Greenwood (firstname.lastname@example.org) or KDUP Advisor Brian Blair (email@example.com)
Following the success of the Faculty Favorite Album list, KDUP surveyed noteworthy members of the University of Portland staff including Public Safety Director Harold Burke-Sievers, Library Dean Drew Harrington, Bon Appetit's Peter Palmero and The Definite Article co-DJ and Career Services Assistant Director/Employer Relations & Internship Coordinator Max Kalchthaler. Staff Listing after the jump.
Breaking from the usual format of songs suggested by the KDUP staff, this month features a mix tape exclusively from artists that are connected to KDUP in some fashion and a special UP-centric playlist, to be revealed in the April 11 edition of The Beacon. All mix tapes are available for download from the KDUP Tumblr. Track Listings after the jump.
Over the last few weeks, ASUP Senate (Associated Students of the University of Portland) has been running a photo contest. Clubs receiving funding from ASUP Senate were able to submit a photo of members participating in a event, meeting, or activity.
Once posted on ASUP's facebook wall, the club that could get the most likes for its photo would win $100 and the two clubs that received the second and third-most would receive $50 each for their Waldschmidt accounts.
The likes had been counted and KDUP placed 3rd, which means the station has received $50 to its Waldschmidt account.
Thanks for liking our photo and thanks for supporting our events and shows this year!
3rd Place KDUP 205 likes
2nd Place AKPsi 550 likes
1st Place Bluffoons 600 likes
Enhancements for KDUP made the list of top ten Major Project Fund ideas, also including a Major Event and for the Spring 2012 semester, ASUP President Zack Imfeld revealed on Monday, February 13. To provide your input on the ten items, please take this survey, created by CPB Director Sean Ducey by 4pm Monday.
If you also want to voice your opinion in person, please attend the 2/20 ASUP Senate meeting at 4:30pm in Shiley 319. At this Senate meeting, the Executive Board will field questions about the project(s) they have researched and the top 10 ideas can be modified down to at most, five items.
After Monday's meeting, the Executive Board will deliberate on the final items and select a project or projects that will receive the roughly $21,000 fund.
The Major Project Fund, formerly known as the Capital Improvement Fund, modified in a special election last November to include financing events like a concert, lecture or large-scale campus-wide event, is utilized each semester to fund somthing on campus, be it physical
Previous CIF recipients have included Villa Drum Squad equipment, funding that helped create Pilots Audio and Lighting, new couches in the Pilot House and St. Mary's Lounge, a new Victory Bell, and the crosswalk on Willamette Blvd.
Ask the prospective 2012-2013 ASUP Executive Board candidates about the items and more at Meet the Candidates Night Wednesday Feb.15 at Espresso UP!
Please take some time to consider how you want part of your $70 Student Government fee to be spent!
Full list in alphabetical order after the jump:
Want to host a one or two hour show once a week?
Download a show application and e-mail the completed application to Program Director Jana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for applying and we can't wait to hear you!
Thanks for listening to KDUP this semester!
Over this semester, KDUP has changed its appearance with a new logo and a new motto, "Radio Is Not Dead."
KDUP has changed its online profile by getting a new Facebook Profile and starting a Tumblr, your home for the monthly Mixtapes and for musical recommendations to help broaden your musical knowledge and provide accompaniment for your daily lives.
Our News Department has moved toward podcasting: Check out their latest entry about Grad School!
December saw the 7° Below Show bring over 250 people to the Mehling Ballroom to dance and experience the music of Wizard, Sam Wegman and Band, and A La Mode. Thanks to Pilots Audio and Lighting for providing the lights and sound, Mehling Hall for letting us use the ballroom, and everyone who helped make the event a success, including you!
Next Semester, KDUP should be streaming via a more reliable platform and plan to have more promotional materials
For more details and to RSVP, visit the event page.