The WFUV Student Experience

September 27, 2022
WFUV is an NPR affiliate station, not only highly regarded for its eclectic music mix and award-winning news and sports programming, but also for its unparalleled student training program.

The Dark, Forgotten Side of New York City

March 23, 2023
Every month, WFUV brings you our long running program, Cityscape. This March, Cityscape takes you to the Upper East Side. When we think about guided tours in New York City, we often think of Big Bus Tours that...

Celebrating Black Pride through Disco

March 21, 2023
NICOLETA PAPAVASILAKIS, host: Tell me about the ‘Best of Friends’ and some of your clubs. NOEL HANKIN, guest: With five discotheques, Leviticus, Justine's and Bulgars in Manhattan, Lucifers in Queens and Brandies...

Addressing the Aging Out Crisis: Part II

March 21, 2023
Elizabeth Seton Hospital in Yonkers has been a home for kids with complex medical conditions for over 30 years. The residential center has given them a chance to not only survive, but to thrive and pursue a full...

Medication Abortion at Stake in New York State

March 09, 2023
In honor of women’s history month, WFUV will be featuring a series of stories that explore complex women’s health issues. This year, New York City made medication abortion pills available for free at four clinics...

Songs That Inspire Black Joy and Empowerment

March 07, 2023
HOST INTRO: Black history is not just about trauma and pain. Part of the experience is honoring the resilience of Black people in the U.S. and their ability to demonstrate love and find joy – something that's often...

Addressing the Aging Out Crisis: Part I

February 23, 2023
Reported by: Nicoleta Papavasilakis Adapted for Print by: Caroline Ealy Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center has been a home for kids with complex medical conditions for over thirty years. The residential center in...