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The Wake, and Last/First Live Broadcast Party!

Friday June 26th and Saturday June 27th were our last Broadcasts from the old Student Union Building where CiTR lived in happiness, harmony, and Calvin and Hobbes themed brown brick walls for 46 years. We went out with a BANG on Friday night,  featuring programming from guest Alumni programmers and hosts, Mike Klassen, Joe Naylor, […]

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30 Years of Discorder Magazine Archived through UBC Library

Indie music aficionados can now comb through a 30 year online archive of one of Vancouver’s longest running magazines, Discorder, thanks to a collaboration between CiTR 101.9 FM Radio and UBC Library’s Digitization Centre. The Library has completed digitization of the magazine’s entire run, beginning from February 1983 to the present, providing a retrospective look […]

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A Blast from the Past: Retro Issues of Discorder Magazine Digitized!

Who doesn’t love perusing through magazines of decades past just to see the wacky fashion and dated pop cultural references? Thanks to some hard work and significant effort from UBC Library’s Digital Initiatives Unit, all of us can re-live the glory days of Discorder Magazine! Take a look at their recent blog post, which displays […]

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April Workshop Series: Advanced Audio Editing in Audacity and Advanced Interview Skills

We are happy to announce our April workshop series!   Advanced Interview Skills: A workshop in advanced interview skills- hosted by Sam Fenn and Gordon Katic Monday April 7th 7pm-9pm in Room 212a at UBC’s Student Union Building How do you book, plan, prepare, and execute an interview? What’s the wrong way to ask questions? What’s […]

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From the CiTR Archives #15

The CiTR Alumni Weekend is upon us! It’s the 75th anniversary of the Radio Society, 30 years on FM, and 30 years of Discorder! For more info and to register for events, including the Diamond Radioversary party at Chapel Arts and the Give Us Your Love alumni brunch, click here. Join our Alumni Facebook group. […]

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From the CiTR Archives #14

Final week! The CiTR Alumni Weekend is this weekend, November 16th-18th. It’s the 75th anniversary of the Radio Society, 30 years on FM, and 30 years of Discorder! For more info and to register for events, including the Diamond Radioversary party at Chapel Arts and the Give Us Your Love alumni brunch, click here. Join […]

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From the CiTR Archives #13

We’re getting closer! The CiTR Alumni Weekend is coming up November 16th-18th. It’s the 75th anniversary of the Radio Society, 30 years on FM, and 30 years of Discorder! For more info and to register for events, including the Diamond Radioversary party at Chapel Arts and the Give Us Your Love alumni brunch, click here. […]

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From the CiTR Archives #12

We’re getting closer! The CiTR Alumni Weekend is coming up November 16th-18th. It’s the 75th anniversary of the Radio Society, 30 years on FM, and 30 years of Discorder! For more info and to register for events, including the Diamond Radioversary party at Chapel Arts and the Give Us Your Love alumni brunch, click here. […]

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From the CiTR Archives #11

The CiTR Alumni Weekend is coming up November 16th-18th! It’s the 75th anniversary of the Radio Society, 30 years on FM, and 30 years of Discorder! For more info and to register for events, click here. Join our Alumni Facebook group. September 14, 1981! The day CiTR became CiTR 101.9 FM, further expanding its reach […]

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From the CiTR Archives #10

The CiTR Alumni Weekend is coming up November 16th-18th! It’s the 75th anniversary of the Radio Society, 30 years on FM, and 30 years of Discorder! For more info and to register for events, click here. Join our Alumni Facebook group. We found some original poster and newsletter designs (back when we had to glue […]

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