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FROM: WCAL - Power 92 RE: LOCK-IN (benefits Children's Hospital Foundation)
3/24/2014 4:15:05 PM
To: Students



Fri., March 28  - Sun., March 31 

Five DJs will be "locked in" the on-air booth of campus radio station Power 92 - WCAL for 48 hours for their annual charity event.


Proceeds benefit the
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation

Thursday, March 27 • 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Friday, March 28 • 12:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 29 • 12:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Items to be auctioned are donated by Cal U clubs and local businesses and include a holiday-themed candle basket, wood-crafted bowls with beeswax candles, a $20 gift card to The Attic record store, comic books from New Dimension Comics, Cal Hockey gear, CUTV gear, a Sega gaming system, Nintendo 64 (with games), tickets to the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium and a Pirates basket--complete with a pair of tickets to the home opener against the Cardinals! Winner will be selected in the evening of Sunday, March 30. WE ACCEPT CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS!

in and around the Natali Student Center

WCAL DJs Participating in the Lock-In:

Steve Dentel (junior, Industrial Technology) co-hosts the Sunday night 10pm-2am hardcore music show The Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Failing New Zealand Tube Show and the Wednesday evening 8-10pm The Spider’s Web. He is a member of the men’s rugby team and enjoys lifting.

Ian Hatfield (junior, Communication Studies) hosts the variety show This or Hat on Thursday mornings 10-12pm and loves playing drums and video games.

Kuron Lark (sophomore, Archaeology) loves speed metal and eggs, and hosts Kuron’s Holy Book of Thrash Sundays 4-6pm featuring the best thrash metal known to man. 

Emily Taylor (junior, Business: Human Resources) is determined to keep the DJs in line during the lock-in and plays pop country on her radio show Ocean of Emotion Thursdays 12-2pm.

Mike Wardlow (sophomore, Graphic Design) is the newest WCAL DJ in the lock-in, and he plays EDM music on Dungeon Masters EDM from 4-6pm Fridays.

Tune in to WCAL on your radio at 91.9 FM, or on your computer or mobile device at