NEWS: WJHU Upcoming Events

WJHU has some exciting events coming up to round out the Spring semester, here is a rundown so you can all keep track of the excitement!


4/13 Grilled Cheese Part 2

WJHU presents more grilled cheese

12:00PM – 5:00PM, The Beach

WJHU will be DJing on the Beach and providing grilled cheese for the masses: $1 or free if you like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram. Get ready for fire beats and fired up panini presses!


4/15 Standing Room Only

WJHU presents Earthly

3:30PM, WJHU Radio Station, McCoy Hall

When “Ice Cream” comes to an end, the drum track drops out, and the song suddenly goes into a sort of wash. Through scrambled chirps come two voices. The first voice says “death” quite matter-of-factly, but the second voice comfortingly counters, says softly: “day.”

Without a doubt, Earthly make experimental electronic music. But for as much as their music subverts convention, it remains unimpeachably spry: straight up a delight to listen to. Something about that second voice in “Ice Cream” says it all. So come on through to the next installment of Standing Room Only on April 15th at 3:30PM to catch Earthly’s session!


4/20 Bake Sale on the Beach

WJHU presents baked goods

12:00PM – 5:00PM, The Beach

WJHU will be DJing on the Beach and providing baked goods for the masses: $1 for most baked goods. Get ready to celebrate L. Ron Hubbard Exhibition Day with WJHU!


4/22 Earth Day

WJHU presents earth

12:00PM – 5:00PM, The Beach

This event is a collaboration with three other student groups: Johns Hopkins Outdoors Club, Students for Environmental Action, and Refuel Our Future. WJHU will be DJing, so come out and vibe to the resonant tone of the earth with us!


4/29 Spring Show

WJHU presents Show Me The Body, Jaguar Pyramids, Gloss Gang, and Flat Stanley

9:00PM Doors, $5 Tickets, The Crown, 1910 N. Charles St.

Show Me The Body show me cross-genre raw power, how about you?

Jaguar Pyramids and Gloss Gang give us more of “that real,” something we here at WJHU are confident is still widely available in contemporary hip-hop, thanks in part to the likes of rap groups like them and the greater New York City vanguard.

One of our own, WJHU’s flattest Stan: smoother than your favorite shatter-proof.

By Maxwell Gontarek on April 12, 2016, 10:46 p.m.

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