Mary Helen Gustafson has been a part of WCBG Radio since her freshman year at Wagner. Originally elected as Music Director and then Chief Engineer, she was appointed Station Manager at the beginning of the 2015-2016 academic year. She’s extremely excited to show off the renovations that WCBG has had done over the past 14 months and share the amazing talent that has been recruited for this year. She is also an active member of Film Society as well as a member of the Public Relations Team for the college’s IRIS Alliance. When not tending to Wagner related tasks, Mary Helen is the Gaming Editor for the online magazines The Indiependent and SubCulture as well as a regular music writer for both publications.
A smart, enthusiastic, and outgoing person who has a burning passion for music. Michael was selected for chief engineer of WCBG because of his experience with musical equipment, his knowledge of computers, and his vigorous work ethic. He is a biology major and musician who plans to be an anesthesiologist and grammy-nominated artist sometime in…More
Megan Fritz is a junior business finance major and journalism minor. This will be her second year serving as Civic Engagement Director for WCBG, planning multiple community and campus engagement events to connect the radio station members to the local community. Outside of the radio station, Megan is also a part of the Wagner College…More
Glen MacDonald, an English major, has been part of WCBG since his freshman year. Host of the film-centered podcast known as Reel Talk, Glen also serves as WCBG’s Program Director. Committed to entertaining Wagner over the radio waves, Glen encourages all students to get involved with WCBG if they have new ideas or fresh talent.In…More
Jane Paris is a sophomore Film and Arts Admin double major and has been a part of WCBG since it’s reboot last year at which time she served on the Music Committee. She is thrilled to be on E-board this year and working with such talented and wonderful people! Jane is active on the rest…More