WQSU-FM, The Pulse, is the radio voice of Susquehanna University. The 12,000-watt station, the third most powerful college station in Pennsylvania, is operated by students, faculty and staff as well as community volunteers. The station is run under the supervision of the Department of Communications. Programming includes blues, techno, classic rock, jazz music and talk shows. The station also broadcasts some of National Public Radio’s popular news, information and entertainment programs, including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Car Talk and A Prairie Home Companion.
WQSU was honored for excellence in broadcast journalism in 2013, its third consecutive first-place finish.
“I enjoy the opportunity WQSU gives me. I am able to play music that I love and have my voice heard over the air! It is a very exciting experience! I would encourage everyone to become involved with WQSU – it is fun, exciting, easy to join and, for many, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!”
— Codi Heath ’11
Communications – Mass Comm. | Shamokin, Pa.