Campus Times
April 5, 2002

photo by Juan Garcia

Mail center clerk Ernie Granillo has come to rely on his personal radio to listen to KULV while working in the Student Center mail room. The campus station, which had been completely turned off in the Student Center, is now only being broadcast in the gaming area on weeknights from 5 to 9 p.m., much to the chagrin of some students.

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