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

CiTR April Workshops!

CiTR April Workshops!

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 the right way? Are there any tricks? In this intermediate workshop, Gordon Katic and Sam Fenn from the Terry Project talk about structuring interview questions that have a narrative arc, turning your interviews into scenes, and the dos and don’ts of effective pre-interviews.

Advanced Audio Editing in Audacity: A workshop in advanced audio editing- hosted by Sam Fenn, Gordon Katic and Chirag Mahajan
Thursday April 10th 7pm-9pm in Room 205 at UBC’s Student Union Building
How do you turn hours of tape into something that makes sense to your listeners? In this workshop, Chirag Mahajan, Gordon Katic, and Sam Fenn of the Terry Project go over the basics of editing with Audacity.


Presenter Bio’s:

Gordon Katic hosts and producers the Terry Project on CiTR, a radio documentary series that focusses on how big academic ideas affect real people. He’s also a student at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism.

Sam Fenn is the producer and host of CiTR’s documentary radio program, the Terry Project. He’s also a MA student in the Department of History at UBC.

Chirag Mahajan is CiTR’s Campus Coverage Coordinator, Technical Producer of the Terry Project, and Producer of Discorder Radio. He lives in a world of words and sound!

If you are interested in attending please RSVP at As always, workshops are free for CiTR Members.

ESF x UBC | March 31 – April 2

c5fb7a_9e8d042997114a3292fbfe023968245a.jpg_srz_208_311_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srz Back by popular demand, the Eastside Flea x UBC market will be held in the UBC SUB once again!

For three days ESF vendors will fill the UBC Student Union Building providing vintage clothing, craftsment goods, collectibles and everything in between right on campus! Our 2013 UBC market was one of our most successful ever. With students and vendors raving about the event, it’s sure to book up early so submit your application today!

The Eastside Flea x UBC will be held at the UBC Student Union Building (6138 Student Union Blvd. Vancouver, BC) from 11:00am to 5:00pm all three days!

For more information, check out the Eastside Flea website and Facebook page. 

Sponsored by CiTR, 101.9FM.


Perfect Pussy with Special Guests Vision | March 25

1526141_452059008249468_1313043613_n Timbre Concerts and CiTR Radio 101.9 present PERFECT PUSSY with Special Guests Vision.

From Syracuse, noise-punk band, on tour to support their upcoming debut on Captured Tracks.

Doors open at 8:00pm and the show starts at 9:00pm at The Cobalt (917 Main Street, Vancouver)

Advanced tickets are $10 + service charge at Red Cat Records, Zulu Records, or online here.

Check out more Perfect Pussy, Vision, and other Timbre Concerts!

Sponsored by CiTR 101.9!

Annual General Meeting Monday March 31st

Annual General Meeting Poster

Annual General Meeting Poster

Exciting news!

CiTR is holding our Annual General Meeting and Volunteer Appreciation Evening on Monday, March 31st at The Tangent Cafe (2095 Commercial Drive)

The AGM is set to start at 6:30pm and there will be FREE appetizers available at that time.
The event is ALL AGES so all members are able to attend!
Since it is CiTR’s annual general meeting, there will be conversation about very important information pertaining to the station — it is really ESSENTIAL that members attend.

Once the AGM is completed there will be a volunteer appreciation portion where staff and other leaders at the station acknowledge and give prizes to volunteers who have made exceptional contributions to their departments over the course of the year — aka PARTY!

Food from the Tangent’s menu and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be available to order throughout the evening — we will be staying there all night!

Hope to see all CiTR Members there!

UBC BIKERAVE 2.0 | March 21


The BikeRave is back! On Friday March 21, come join in what will be UBC BikeRave’s the second annual party on wheels. Participants are encouraged to come decked out in their craziest outfit, to bring their flashiest lights, and bedazzle their bike with glow sticks.

The Bike Rave will take place around UBC’s campus for two hours, and will include some rad tunes to jam out to while biking as well as during pit-stops at iconic spots to rave.

The event starts at Koerner’s plaza at 7:00pm. You must sign waivers (safety comes first) before joining the party. Look for t-shirts, glowsticks, prizes, and refreshments. At 7:30pm, we will unleash the kraken and begin biking. Get pumped!

Don’t have a bike? Bring your roller blades, wheelies, scooters, rollerskis, unicycles, and boards. Get creative!

For more info, visit the UBC Bike Rave Facebook page.

Sponsored by CiTR, 101.9FM!


This week UBC REC have produced episode number two in their podcast series! It has some great content including information about Storm the Wall, how to become an Assistant Director at UBC REC and the Thunder-Birdie Golf!

To check it out visit our mixcloud page or to find out more information about how you can be involved with UBC REC, visit their facebook page!


Storm The Wall With UBC REC!


Registration for UBC REC’s STORM THE WALL closes this Friday, March 14!

Register now to take part in one of UBC’s most iconic experience. Swim, sprint, bike, run & STORM THE WALL! You can participate as a Competitive or Just-for-Fun team, or challenge yourself to do the whole course on your own as an Iron Person.

If you want to participate but don’t have a team, you can also attend their FREE AGENT MEETING on Monday, March 17!


Register via the UBC REC website here. Storm the Wall will take place on UBC’s campus from March 23-26. All participants must take part in a mandatory pre-race clinic in order to compete. For more information about Storm the Wall, visit the UBC REC website here.

Sponsored by CiTR, 101.9 FM!

UBC Three Minute Thesis Finals | March 13


The UBC 3MT Finals are this Thursday!

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an academic competition that assists current graduate students with fostering effective presentation and communication skills. Participants have just three minutes to explain the breadth and significance of their research project to a non-specialist audience. In 2012, over 30 universities across Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and the South Pacific participated in this fun, highly informative and very entertaining event. UBC is one of the first Universities in North America to host a 3MT competition.

The finals are happening from 4:30pm – 6pm at the Graduate Student Centre Ballroom. Everyone is welcome to attend and cheer on the finalists!

For more information, visit the UBC Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies website.

Sponsored by CiTR, 101.9 FM.

Pete Seeger Tribute Concert | March 15

This Saturday, head to the Rickshaw theatre for a concert paying tribute to the late great Pete Seeger! All of the money raised at the show will go towards supporting the ongoing music programming at the Burnaby Youth Detention Centre.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door, and are available at Red Cat, Zulu, Neptoon and Highlife Records, as well as online at and

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Re-taking the University Conference!



This Wednesday marks the beginning of the UBC Social Justice Centre’s  ‘Re-taking the University’ Conference!

The conference hopes to stimulate reflection among students about whether the UBC as an institution reflects the student body’s values and priorities. The conference will hold a variety of awesome talks, each focusing on topics that directly touch all UBC students. The Centre has collaborated with a number of organizations including The Women’s Centre and UBC Activists for Animals to bring to us some fascinating talks that cover many issues including Sustainability, Rape Culture, Resistance and Mining.

Click here to check out the full schedule and find out more about each individual talk!