CFRC

As Student Choice Initiative threatens campus radio, CFRC pledges fight

Dinah Jansen remembers the first time she broadcast music over the airwaves at CFRC. It was Christmas Day, 2006, and in an unusual turn of events, she’d been asked by a friend to cover a music program in the empty basement studio underneath Carruthers Hall.Continue...

Theatre on the radio

Theatre is thriving in Kingston, but remains inaccessible for many.Continue...

AMS Board miscalculates with firing

The AMS Board of Directors’ decision to fire CFRC’s Business Manager was poorly executed and ultimately detrimental to the long-term viability of the radio station.Continue...

Campus radio station looks to leave AMS

The campus radio station is looking to break from the AMS.Continue...

CFRC avoids intervention

Proposed changes to the management structure of Queen’s radio station CFRC won’t go through, following a failed motion at last night’s AMS Board of Directors.Continue...

CFRC structure in perspective

As discussions continue between the AMS and CFRC, our panelists debate the role of the AMS Board of Directors in the radio station's governance.Continue...

Don't tune out CFRC

CFRC and the AMS Board of Directors are at odds after a disagreement over the campus radio station’s management structure. The situation shows the Board’s tendency to overstep its role without soliciting necessary input.Continue...

CFRC needs a lift

CFRC volunteer Louise Bark has been unable to access the radio station’s space, in the basement of Carruthers Hall. Bark uses a wheelchair and
previously entered the offices with help from her colleagues, who would help her down the stairs in a manual wheelchair.Continue...

CFRC launches new podcast Frosh FM

Campus radio station CFRC launched a new podcast called Frosh FM on Aug. 10.Continue...

“Lack of awareness” caused confusion about CFRC referendum question: AMS

In a rare step, the AMS will add CFRC back on the referendum ballot in March after gathering “anecdotal evidence” about a complaint the station made alleging students didn’t understand the question posed in the winter referendum.Continue...

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