About WSUC 90.5 The Dragon

WSUC Poster History of the Station
Before 1976 the Station was an AM carrier-current station the call letters where WCSU: We expected to retain the WCSU call letters but needed to submit 5 choices to the FCC in our application. WCSU was first, second WMLF (Station Manager Michael Flaster's initials), third WCJL (for Corey Leibow, the Program Director's initials), fourth, WRTC (the Chief Engineer, Dick Crozier's initials) and finally, as a joke, WSUC. As luck would have it, the first four call-letters were already assigned. Good thing the FCC had a sense of humor.

WSUC officially went on the air on November 29th, 1976. Originally the station was given 90.7 FM. It wasn't until later that the station would migrate to it's current address at 90.5 FM.

Currently, the station is located on the first floor of Van Hoesen Hall. The station recently moved there from Corey Union where it has spent it's last seven years.

To the right is a picture of WSUC-FM's first management team: From left to right: Michael Flaster, Station Manager, two unknown Announcers, Rob Silber, Music Director, Dave Frisina, Announcer, Amy Dahlman, Announcer, Ron Palandrani, News Director, Candy Altman and, seated, Program Director, Corey Leibow.

WSUC-FM 1977

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