Posted on June 19, 2022


Album Review: Stranger Fruit by Zeal & Ardor

June 19th is Juneteenth, which serves to commemorate the emancipation of African Americans that were enslaved, and is also frequently used to celebrate African American culture. While it is an important holiday to recognize and celebrate, many people don’t realize or acknowledge that it recognizes a very solemn and serious topic. Here at WUSC, we celebrate and acknowledge the emancipation from slavery and look to the progress that still needs to be made.

Posted on June 8, 2022


WUSC Pride

By Trevor Crocker (DJ Grilt Cheez) June is Pride Month, which was created to celebrate the accomplishments of and advocate for inclusion and equity for all members of the LGBTQIA+ […]

Posted on May 20, 2022


AAPI Heritage Month

By Trevor Crocker Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month was created to celebrate the history and culture of United States citizens of Asian and the Pacific Islander descent. AAPI […]

Posted on April 26, 2022


Interview: Art Star!

In this exclusive interview, Groove Girl sat down with Charleston-based experimental rock band Art Star ahead of their performance at the New Brookland Tavern last Monday. Together they discuss the […]