KDHR streams politics, music and issues relevant to young adultscsudhbulletin May 11, 2017 0 COMMENTS
By Judy Camarillo
Have you listened to KDHR, the on-campus radio station, recently?
CSUDH students can access the online station while doing homework, working out at the gym or hanging out in traffic.
The “A-Z Conversation” show is among the on-air offerings. On a recent day, the two hosts talked about everyday topics like student financial struggles, but they also took on some mildly controversial fare.
The hosts gave their opinions on the “free the nipple” movement, an ongoing national debate on whether women are held to a double standard because they are required to cover their chests in public, and on social media, when men don’t need to.
They also discussed “Instagram lurking,” where users spend a good deal of time looking at posts by others but don’t like or post comments about what they see and read. They just “lurk.”
Although the topic may not be groundbreaking, it is an interesting topic with today’s generation. The show even tweeted a ballot on whether Instagram lurking is a good or bad thing.
On the “Stay Woke” show, the hosts discussed their political views and also informed listeners on what’s going on in the world. But they also played a good deal of music. “Stay Woke “ is mainly an Hispanic-infused program featuring Spanish rock music.
Students can listen to the tunes, debates and conversations, on or off campus, at KDHR.net.