WSHL 91.3 FM is celebrating 50 years of music, talk, news and sports radio. Today, the student-run station, located in the Roche Dining Commons, continues to feature a wide variety of shows and covers a number of Skyhawk games.

Peter Q. George has been the station's engineer for four decades and heard one of the first sign-ons back in 1974. "WSHL has always been run by Stonehill students," he notes, "and there still is a lot of interest in college radio today." While WSHL now streams music, the station houses hundreds of records and cds that DJs often play. Listeners can tune in to the livestream or on the dial at 91.3 FM.

To celebrate this 50-year milestone, former DJs returned for an Alumni Takeover this spring. Kristen (Wollenberg) Frost ’93, who was the station's general manager in her student days, came back with her husband, Craig ’94, and daughter, Ella, to host a show. True to her WSHL roots, Frost played ’80s and ’90s alternative. 

"I was into music in high school and always preferred college radio," Frost recalls. "When I did my college search, I knew I wanted a school with a radio station. That's how I decided on Stonehill. I met the best people at the station. I was in my element here, and I loved being back."

Kristen (Wollenberg) Frost ’93

Kristen (Wollenberg) Frost ’93, Craig Frost ’94 and their daughter, Ella.

Old studio doors adorned with music and band stickers.

Peter Q. George, 40-year station engineer. 

Kenneth Grace ’76, Patricia (Squizzero) Yanikoski ’77, Robert Mattaliano ’77

Christopher Rogers ’94, Justin Dulude ’95, Nicholas Banks ’94

Joseph Yanikoski ’78, Matthew Grant ’17, Adrienne (Sudanowicz) Nicoloro ’96

Nicholas Banks ’94 and Christopher Rogers ’94