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I'm sure Benny would love to know what students are putting in 30+ hours a week. As far as compensation goes, didn't some of you get VIP passes to 'roo as well as passes to just about any show you wanted to see. Also, I can't recall the insane amount of times I saw shows that needed an emcee up on the board that no one volunteered for. Furthermore, I'm pretty sure there aren't any college stations that pay their students. By that logic, you should get paid to attend your Biology lab, which I know is damn near as fun, but you don't just get to hang out talking to record company folks, listening to tunes and going to free shows. There are references to students in the article, just no names. Trying to find a student at the station when the interview was done would've been a chore. I believe MP tried to reach Michael Grider or Jamie Schagren (sp?) and ended up playing phone tag with MG. Those 2 may have put in close to 30 hours a week, (MG was there damn near everytime I stopped by the station when he was still working there) but I don't see them on here whining about not getting any credit. The story was about funding and raising money for the station. What exactly do the music department, specialty show hosts, etc. have to do with that?
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