Category: Mostly in Their Own Words
Community Perspective: An H’burg Graduate Today
Community Perspectives: Reflections on Vietnam in 1968
By Harold W. Smith Harold W. Smith is a participant in the Virginia War Memorial’s Mighty Pen Project and served in the Vietnam War with the U.S. Army. This Memorial Day, Smith has shared three of his writings with the project, saying they are some of his experiences “while in Vietnam in 1968 during the Tet Offensive, the …
Mostly in their own words: What’s the difference between running a marathon and a radio station?
Except for the one year he spent at New Hampshire Public radio, WMRA’s general manager, Matt Bingay has been at the station, in one capacity or another, for just shy of 28 years. He started at WMRA as a 10-hour-a-week student part-timer in the Fall of ‘92, went full-time in ’94, became program director in ’97, and since October 2017 has been running the joint.
Mostly in their own words: After traveling the world, Barbara Camph finds an OASIS in Harrisonburg
In a new occasional series focused on the people who make Harrisonburg special, contributor Martha Woodroof introduces us to Barbara Camph, an ebulliently creative person of a certain age with purple hair and an infectious laugh.