Dr. Will Patterson talks about hip hop, pedagogy, and community.
Claudia Lennhoff, the Executive Director of Champaign County Health Consumers, stops by WEFT to talk about health services in Champaign County.
James Kilgore joins Rebecah in the studio to discuss his new book, Understanding Mass Incarceration: A People's Guide to the Key Civil Rights Struggle of Our Time.
Rebecah chats with poet Matt Minicucci about his new book, Translation.
Matt Cho and Carl Catedral stop by WEFT to dish info on some of their latest haps.
Janice McAteer joins Rebecah and Josh in the studio to discuss Oktoberfest 2015.
Rebecah and Josh talk to Latrelle Bright about the Independent Media Center, which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary October 9-11.
Rebecah chats with Patrick about what to expect from this year's Pygmalion.
Rebecah chats with Kay Emmert about UIUC's Non-Tenure Faculty Coaliton, which has been bargaining its first contract with the university for nearly a year.
Sean chats with Matt Lunsford about Polyvinyl Records.
The fall pledge drive for WEFT 90.1, Champaign-Urbana’s community radio station, began on September 1st. Rebecah learns a bit about the history of WEFT from folks who have been on the airwaves for decades.
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