WPUM DJ Bios

 

 

Megan Atwood

Hometown: Valparaiso, IN
Class: Senior
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Alternative, Country, Top 40
Personal Quote: "I am an SJC cheerleader - Go Pumas!  I tend to smile and giggle my way through every day!"

Reid Brazel

Hometown: Morocco, IN
Class: Senior
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Electronic Dance Music
Personal Quote: "I pretend I am good at this."

Chloe Broeker

Hometown: Monterey, IN
Class: Sophomore
Major: Mass Communication and Theatre Arts
Favorite Music: Oldies, Rock, Blues, Motown, and Indie.
Personal Quote: "I believe that music is art that you feel."

Catherine Butler

Hometown: Chicago, IL
Class: Sophomore
Major: Psychology
Favorite Music: A little of everything. My favorite band is Fall Out Boy.
Personal Quote: "Make sure to listen to WPUM 93.3 The Joe!  Go Pumas!"

Jessica Curbis

Hometown: Crestwood, IL
Class: Senior
Major: Mass Communication and Religion/Philosophy 
Favorite Music: Whatever - 'cause that's what we play!
Personal Quote: "I love The Joe! Listen Live!"

Katie Davisson

Hometown: Rensselaer, IN
Class: Sophomore
Major: Creative Writing
Favorite Music: Indie, Alternative...? Everything!
Personal Quote: "Only count the moments that shine."

Matt Foy

Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Class: Freshman
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Everything!
Personal Quote: "Hakuna matata! "No Worries!"

Megan Hetzel

Hometown: Valparaiso, IN
Class: Junior
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Indie Rock and Reggae 

Logan James

Hometown: Logansport, IN
Class: Freshman
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Top 40
Personal Quote: "I'm really excited to be a DJ!!"

Becca Jones

Hometown: Wolcott, IN
Class: Freshman
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Rock!
Personal Quote: "It has always been a dream of mine to be on the radio...and here I am!"

Patrick McElwain

Hometown: Heyworth, IL
Class: Sophomore
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Classic Rock
Personal Quote: "Sophomore, DJ Crabby Patty @ 93.3 the Joe, working on my dream of being paid to talk!"

Amanda Rousseau

Hometown: Chicago, IL
Class: Senior
Major: Biology (Wildlife Ecology)
Favorite Music: Alternative, Pop, and Broadway/Showtunes
Personal Quote: "I'm Manic Manda and I'm glad to be here a fifthyear to entertain @ 93.3."

Alycia Tassone

Hometown: DeMotte, IN
Class: Senior
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Pop and Rock
Personal Quote: "Listen to the Joe. We're always on!"

Hannah Wallace

Hometown: Crown Point, IN
Class: Freshman
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Indie/rock, Country, Taylor Swift
Personal Quote: "I run cross country and track at SJC, and I love playing the piano and being with my friends and family. Taylor Swift is my idol."

Jennie Weer

Hometown: Griffith, IN
Class: Sophomore
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Jonas Brothers, Beatles, Monkees, and Demi Lovato
Personal Quote: "My favorite thing about Monday - Thursday is when I DJ for the Joe!"

Lindsey Werking

Hometown: Fortville, IN
Class: Freshman
Major: Political Science
Favorite Music: Classic Rock
Personal Quote: "I play on the Saint Joseph's College womens soccer team. I also play the guitar and sing, and I love being on the radio."

Patrick Wilson

Hometown: Mount. Agr. IND
Class: Senior
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Alternative Rock
Personal Quote: "I hope to be involved in the sports broadcasting field.  I have also been a part of 3 WPUM aired football seasons." 

Corie Young

Hometown: Valparaiso, IN
Class: Sophomore
Major: Mass Communication
Favorite Music: Indie Rock
Personal Quote: "I'm a cheerleader here at SJC. I hope to become a successful radio host and run my own station. Go Pumas!"

 

 

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