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Globe Sports Corner S2 E5

In episode five of the Globe Sports Corner, Tanner Camp interviewed both Goshen College women’s basketball head coach Stephanie Miller and Goshen College Tennis senior Luke Rush. Camp goes down memory lane with Rush as they discuss the success the tennis program has provided for the Maple Leaf athletics

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91.1 The Globe is WGCS-FM, a nationally recognized award-winning college radio station licensed to the Goshen College Broadcasting Corporation and operated by the Goshen College Communication Department. The station programs a mix of Americana and Triple A music and offers a platform to discovering culturally progressive content.

91.1 The Globe is a living laboratory for students interested in launching a broadcasting career.

As a federally licensed trustee, operating in the public interest, WGCS serves the greater Goshen community with a distinctive and professional radio voice. WGCS also serves Goshen College, its owners, by providing a quality on-air product that supports and extends the college’s core values, mission, programs and standards. Within this framework, WGCS provides a dynamic environment in which students learn industry standards of operating, marketing and managing a radio station.

Broadcasting since 1958, 91.1 The Globe is a non-commercial, educational radio station with signal origination 24 hours a day from the campus of Goshen College in Goshen, Indiana.

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