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UBC Thunderbirds on CiTR Sports

Friday, November 21

Canada West Conference

Ice Hockey (Men’s)

Manitoba Bisons (6W-8L-0RT) vs. UBC Thunderbirds (6W-6L-2RT)
Venue: Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre — Thunderbird Arena
Face-off 7:00 PM | Live on CiTR.ca via streaming video at CanadaWest.TV

UBC Thunderbirds men's hockey on CiTR Sports

UBC Thunderbirds men’s hockey on CiTR Sports

Looking For An Arts Director at CiTR!

Are you intfire micerested in being our next Arts Director?  We are currently looking for someone, or some two, to take on this role.  The Arts Report is one of CiTR’s flagship programs, helping us serve our community by reporting on local and underrepresented cultural events happening at UBC and in the Lower Mainland.  For a complete look at the Volunteer Position Description, including desired qualifications and responsibilities, please email: programming[a]citr.ca

Application Deadline: Nov.26

Perks/Training Opportunities
● Ability to develop skills in writing, broadcast, and administration
● Opportunities for networking and developing contacts in the local Arts Community
● The opportunity to attend local arts events for free
● Meeting and interviewing local artists
● Opportunity to mentor and develop volunteers

 

Discorder Readership Survey!

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Hey readers! Have you picked up a copy of Discorder lately?

That magazine from CiTR 101.9 FM wants to know more about its readers and how you feel about the magazine. Fill out the Discorder Readership Survey, and you’ll be entered in a draw to win gift certificates to Vinyl Records, The Rickshaw, and The Lido!

The survey is 25 questions, and can be accessed here. All feedback is greatly appreciated!

If you haven’t already, pick up the current issue of Discorder for features on Dada Plan, Lié, Colin Cowan, and more.

 

Shindig Night Six: Alea Rae, Poles and Scotty P & The Virgins

shindig-final-low-resNew week, new SHiNDiG! Congrats to SKIM MILK, who won last night and will be moving on to the semi-finals in January!

Along with exposure in the local music scene, entrants have the opportunity to win studio time, features in Discorder Magazine, music industry consultations, and showcases with Music Waste, Canadian Music Week, and AMS Events.

Next Tuesday, November 25th promises to be another night of diverse talent with Alea Rae, Poles, and Scotty P & The Virgins hitting the stage.

Alea Rae is a sad indie-folk trio, consisting of Alea Rae Clark, Patrick Farrugia, and Jeremiah Ackermann. Take a listen to their split single “Flies & Lancaster” below!

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UBC Thunderbirds on CiTR Sports

Saturday, November 15

Canada West Conference

Volleyball (Women’s)

Alberta Pandas (8W-3L) vs. UBC Thunderbirds (7W-4L)
Venue: War Memorial Gym
Starting 5:00 PM | Live on 101.9 FM

Volleyball (Men’s)

Alberta Golden Bears (11W-0L) vs. UBC Thunderbirds (7W-3L)
Venue: War Memorial Gym
Starting 7:00 PM following women’s match | Live on 101.9 FM

UBC Thunderbirds on CiTR Sports

Friday, November 14

Canada West Conference

Ice Hockey (Women’s)

Alberta Pandas (7W-3L-0RT) vs. UBC Thunderbirds (7W-1L-2RT)
Venue: Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre — Thunderbird Arena
Face-off 7:00 PM | Live on 101.9 FM

November Workshop: Interviewing 101.9

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Interviewing 101.9


Former CiTR Arts Director Adam Janusz will take you through the basics of interviewing live on the air.
Wednesday November 26th 7pm-9pm in Council Chambers(Room 206) of the Student Union Building



Whether it’s formulating good interview questions or wrangling your subject for an interview, we got your back! Join Adam Janusz, former CiTR Arts Director and host of the Arts Report, for an introduction to interviewing that will get you pumped and ready to take on the world.


Workshops are free for CiTR members but there is limited capacity! RSVP at volunteer@citr.ca

Shindig Night Five: Skim Milk, Spring Breaks & Two Doges and A Couple of Bauds

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Once again, three awesome acts are going to be hitting the stage at The Hindenburg this Tuesday for another week of SHiNDiG! Malk won last week and will be moving onto the semi-finals to be held in January!

The prizes up for grabs include studio time, features in Discorder Magazine, posters, as well as showcases with Music Waste, Canadian Music Week, and AMS Events. Hundreds of bands and musicians playing every genre imaginable have participated in SHiNDiG since it was founded in 1983!

Skim Milk, Spring Breaks, and Two Doges and A Couple of Bauds will be gracing the stage Tuesday, November 17th.

Skim Milk is a project by UBC grad and Brasstronaut member Sam Davidson. Davidson fuses various sounds and influences including electronic music and clarinet, and released his debut album in February. Give it a listen below!

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UBC Players Club Presents: 7 Stories – November 12th-16th

Premiering this Wednesday, UBC Players Club presents 7 Stories, written by award winning playwright UBC alumnus Morris Panych at the Dorothy Somerset Studio on campus!

Set on the ledge outside of an apartment building, this thought-provoking dark comedy centres on Man, who is in the middle of contemplating suicide when he is interrupted by the building’s colourful residents. Will they be able to talk him down, or further convince him of the utter absurdity of life? Step on up to the seventh story and find out…

November 12-15th 2014
Doors open at 7:00pm, curtain at 7:30pm
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Throwback: Purple Hearts Social Club and Tough Age at Victory Square Block Party

If you are missing Victory Square Block Party as much as we are, these videos of Purple Hearts Social Club and Tough Age may brighten the mood!

Hip hop quartet Purple Hearts Social Club will be competing on the final night of SHiNDiG Round One, December 16th, alongside RAISED ON DJs and The Plodes.

Vancouver punk outfit Tough Age released their debut full-length album nearly a year ago via Mint Records. You can catch them live at Mint Records’ “Ridiculously Early Xmas Party” on November 29th at the Electric Owl. Supermoon, Jay Arner, Hag Face and more are also on the bill; Duncan McHugh of CiTR’s Duncan’s Donuts will be DJing! (more…)