The KDVS News department is dedicated to bringing you compelling stories on subjects that matter to the community. KDVS News is staffed by a News Director and Assistant News Director and made possible by the work of reporters and interns. News briefs are aired on KDVS 90.3FM Tuesday-Friday at 6:05am, 9:30am, 1:05pm, 3:05pm, and 7:05pm; and a 30-minute KDVS News Broadcast airs every Mondays at 4:30pm.
Our winter reporter, Julianne Roberts, writes about the London double-Decker buses that are utilized by Unitrans, UC Davis’ student-run transportation service. She interviews the student manager for Unitrans and former Unitrans maintenance manager, providing information about the vehicles’ upkeep and purpose in England during the late 1930’s to late 1970’s. (Image: ucdavis.edu)
The Tuesday News Broadcast covers a report about the available resources at the UCD undocumented center and a story on the annual Japanese American Community Empowerment Summit.
The Tuesday News Broadcast covers a weekly weather forecast, an interview with Davis symphony orchestra violinist, Sean Ang, and a piece on the UCD organization for performing arts, Dead Arts Society (DAS).
Our winter reporter, Klara Lee, discusses Hrag Vartanian, editor-in-chief of the New York City art blogazine titled Hyperallergic. Lee attends a single lecture in Vartanian’s art lecture series for the UC Davis department of art and art history. (Image: hyperallergic.com)
The Thursday News Broadcast brings you current international news, a story about Hyperallergic’s editor-in-chief, Hrag Vartanian, and a report on UCD campus life.
The Monday News Broadcast reports on the weekly weather forecast, current international news, UCD Symphony Orchestra violinist, Sean Ang, and Greek philanthropy event, Carving for the Cure.
Our winter reporter, Klara Lee, conducts a personality profile piece on senior student Sean Ang, a skilled violinist who plays for the Davis symphony orchestra. (Image: mondaviarts.org)
On May 19th, 2015 UC Davis hosted a student forum to help create and transition to the ideal university of the 21st century. The forum allowed students to discuss what their vision is about the university in the future. This inactive was launched by the chancellor in late 2014, and is currently in phase 2, the listening phase.
Our KDVS news reporter, Isabel Moniz, recently covered the 10th annual Davis Feminist Film Festival. The festival featured local and international films focused on feminist issues. Listen to learn more about the event.