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    Merrimack College’s radio station,WMCK, has officially declared a logo after launching a design competition. Sophomore Michael Giammasi, who is also co-president of WMCK, ended up designing the winning logo which will now be used to represent the radio station.
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    A brand new lineup of shows debut this semester with more live programming, more student DJs and more faculty/staff DJs than last semester. 
    This semester’s lineup includes a variety of music shows, talk shows featuring debate and discussion, news content, sports commentary and perspectives on the Merrimack community. Live broadcasts of Merrimack Athletic competitions, such as Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse and much more. Listen on Saturdays and Sundays for live Merrimack sports!
    Listen at: www.merrimack.edu/WMCK
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    Tyler Shaffer ’16, and Adam Kalogeros ’18, sat in the new WMCK studio in Cushing Hall doing some production work for their radio show this week, leading up to the station going live on the Internet at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 5.
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    It won’t be on your radio dial, but Merrimack is starting its own student-run station on the internet this fall.
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    Professor Raechel Tiffe is scheduled to break new academic ground for Merrimack College when she begins teaching in three departments in the School of Liberal Arts this fall.
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    When the question “What did you do on your summer vacation?” comes up, one rising Merrimack senior has a killer answer:
    I was in a gangster movie.
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    Raechel Tiffe, visiting assistant professor of gender and communication, public communication and mass communication at Merrimack College contributes to this OnPoint discussion at WBUR.