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CJSF Off the Air Sunday

Campus-wide Power Outage
CJSF will be off the air on Sunday from 7:30am to as late as 5pm due to a campus-wide planned power outage. Programming will return in the evening with Radio Alicia (4-6pm and Yuca Stereo (6-8pm).

Summer Jobs at CJSF

Application Deadline: May 2nd
CJSF has two full-time summer jobs: Programming Assistant and Community OUtreach & Promotions. For more details: Job Postings

Orientations

Want to volunteer? First attend an orientation!
This first step is to register as a volunteer applicant and then sign up for and attend an orientations for new volunteers. Sign up here: www.cjsf.ca/signup

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ΛtopA&E Reviews

SFSS Accessibility Fund - SFU Ideas & Issues
by Maegan Thomas

Notes from our April 20  & April 27 stories on the SFSS Accessibility Funds. continued...

Julia Holter at the Cobalt Review
by Trevor Wilson

A sellout in Vancouver is an uncommon thing for a non-domestic independent artist, unless the booking agent has done some horrible research and booked an adequate venue, or the artist is some massive superstar. But, with that being said, every now and then some artists are skyrocketed into the limelight by various publications, or craze whipped up by social media and actually sell out the show. continued...

The Lobster Film Review
by Thanh Nguyen

Imagine living in a world where single people get sent to an institution. There, they are forced to fall in love with someone within 45 days or suffer the consequences of turning into an animal, and subsequently banished into the woods. The only upside is that they get to choose which animal they get turned into. Such is the world of The Lobster. continued...

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Featured Programs

FemConquest - Ep. 30
FemConquest
aired Apr 29 from 2:00pm-3:00pm

A special FemCees episode of FemConquest today! I have the pleasure of speaking with local hip-hop artist, Horsepowar, who performed at Verses continued...

National Day of Mourning & International Workers' Day
Community Forum
aired Apr 28 from 4:00pm-5:00pm
Catherine Brady; Deena Ladd; Stephen Portman
Today’s episode is themed around Labour. Labour has always been an element of society that has been both crucial and controversial. While the continued...

Accessing the SFSS Accessibility Fund Part 2
SFU Ideas & Issues
aired Apr 27 from 12:00pm-1:00pm
plus Health Matters End of Semester Best Of!
In the first half, Josephine recaps content about our look at the SFSS Accessibility Fund that didn't make it to air last week, and any comments and continued...

May Day Cabaret
Culture Club
aired Apr 27 from 1:00pm-2:00pm
from 2009, celebrating A Graphic History of Protest
reairing from Community Forum 2015, learn more about the book, the cabaret and more: https://soundcloud.com/cjsfradio/mayday-cabaret-2009?in= continued...

GroundWire - local, national news
GroundWire/ Spoken Word Surprise
aired Apr 26 from 4:00pm-4:30pm
This episode of Groundwire was produced by CJSF neighbour CiTR 101.9 FM on Unceded Musqueam territory at the University of British Columbia.
Headlines: Manitoba elects the provincial Conservatives for the first time in nearly a generation | Michael Welch, CKUW Coroner announces continued...

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