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 Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma is a rare form of brain tumors. It affects mostly kids ages 5 through 9. MSU alum Waddah Azzawi and his wife Noor are in the fight of their life, to save their 5 year old Aya. Aya is a 22 month survivor of a 99% deathly type of brain tumors with a life expectancy of 9-12 months. Here is their story. If you’d like to follow #Ayathemiracle’s journey you can visit...

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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

WMSC’s The Morning Buzz hosts, Christian Curatola and Jacquie Moore, interview the director of Montclair State University’s production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night Mark Hardy. Christian and Jacquie ask Hardy about the production, his interpretation of the play, and...

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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

The Morning Buzz, Thursday Edition, interviews the masterminds behind Broadway Arts Lab, a non-profit musical theater program for kids in our North Jersey area. They joined us to talk about their latest production, coming to the Wayne YMCA Rosen theater, The Sound of Music. Opening night is tonight at 7pm with 4 more performances running through November 19th. For more info, visit to...

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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Coco, the latest film out of Pixar, Starring Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, and more. This is a story about aspiring musician Miguel who confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to work out the mystery. Star of the film, Benjamin Bratt sat down to talk about his experience on the film and his character, Ernesto de la...

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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

The latest edition to the DC Cinematic Universe, starring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Mamoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher. Ray Fisher, Cyborg, sat down to talk about his experience on the film and originating the character of Cyborg for the first time in live action. Justice League is Rated...

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Monday, 20 November 2017

Stars of the Film, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell sat down to talk about coming back together for a sequel, the additions of Mel Gibson and John Lithgow, and more. Daddy’s Home 2 is Rated...

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The Montclair State Women’s Basketball team has provided WMSC Sports with some of their most memorable moments over the past few seasons. The five time defending champions of the New Jersey Athletic Conference, the Red Hawks have been a model of consistency at the Division III level – led by Head Coach Karin Harvey. Before Harvey’s new-look team led by Senior captains Katie Sire and Kate Tobie takes the floor on Wednesday for their first game from the Panzer Athletic...

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Monday, 13 November 2017

On November 10th, Montclair State Men’s Basketball Coach Marlon Sears joined Sean Martin and Tyler Monahan on Upon Further Review to discuss his team’s upcoming 2017 season. After finishing 13-13 with a New Jersey Athletic Conference record of 10-8, the Red Hawks advanced to the NJAC playoffs a year ago before having their season end at Rowan in the quarterfinals. Returning an athletic team with a lot of depth, Coach Sears is understandably excited for a MSU season that will...

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Monday, 13 November 2017

On this edition of the Red Hawk Sports Talk Podcast, Sean McChesney, WMSC Senior Sports Director and Anthony Gabbianelli, Sports Editor of “The Montclarion,” are joined by the “The Montclarion” MSU football reporter Keanan Carter and the MSU Football Production Associate Sean Garvin. The four discussed MSU’s huge win over New Jersey Athletic Conference rival Rowan University and what the win means for the team. They also discussed the home season finale this Saturday against winless William Paterson and why the...

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Friday, 10 November 2017

By Jess Metcalf RALEIGH’s promotional album only has two songs on it, however after the two songs I want to hear the whole album. The first song, Costume Party, is a bit of a slower song. However it picks up and is catchy, it’s a song you could listen to on a road trip somewhere. It is different from normal top 40 music, but is still very enjoyable. I recommend that you should at least listen to even if the...

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Friday, 20 October 2017

By Austin Jeffers The latest release, 1544, of the California-based blues/roots rock band, Kingsborough is a strong comeback since their last release in 2015 with The Night, The Grind, and The Woes. The previous record demonstrated what their sound was: upbeat and energetic, solid riffs (that weren’t very dynamic), but at the same time sounding good enough to show what they could do, an album that wasn’t highly impressive but had a good style to it. Kingsborough took their last...

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Friday, 20 October 2017

By Alejandro Arceo With Critics calling Manchester Orchestra’s new album “A Black Mile To The Surface” “their most confounding and thrilling work yet, with the most grandiose narrative concepts, production, and arrangements of their career,” I would have to agree 100%. Along with their album comes strong impacting vocals by lead singer Andy Hull as can be seen in their top song of the album “The Gold” and in “The Maze” as well as the mellowness in “The silence” and in...

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Friday, 20 October 2017