KZSU Program Guide
KZSU's program guide is a zine put out at the beginning of fall, winter, spring, and sometimes summer quarters by KZSU staff. We leave stacks of 'em at local record stores, coffeehouses, and assorted locations throughout campus.
If you'd like us to mail a copy right to your house, email your name and mailing address to our program guide editor to be put on our mailing list.
Winter 2011 Program Guide
Winter 2010 Program Guide
Summer 2010 Program Guide
+ Spring 2008 - Eggheads unite. You have nothing to lose but your jokes. Wait! That came out wrong...+ Winter 2008 - Best of 2008, DJ quests.
+ Fall 2007 - Patryk DeRosa, DJs and the rain.
+ Summer 2007 - KZSU turns 60, DJs Fry.
+ Winter 2006 - Best of 2005, John Vanderslice, The Dwarves.
+ Fall 2005 - Animal, vegetable, or mineral?
+ Summer 2005 - Official Timetable. DJs' guilty pleasures!
+ Spring 2005 - Program Guide and Mail-Order Catalog. Your Imaginary Friend interviews John Trubee, DJs' fashion prognostications.
+ Winter 2005 - The Winter 2005 Program Guide and Activity Book. DJs' top picks of 2004; Mike reviews The EX, and other to help form young, impressionable minds.
+ Fall 2004 - The Short Song Marathon: 1000 songs in 1000 minutes, and your sample ballot for quality radio.
+ Summer 2004 - Ben vs. Benjie in a fight for supremacy, plus the usual reviews and such.
+ Fall 1996 - Debra's first impressions of KZSU, Secret Agent goes to a Deadguy show, and interviews with rock juggernaut NoMeansNo and KZSU luminaries Dr. Sauce and DJ Coles
+ Spring 1996 - KZSU DJ at-home listening, interviews with American Sensei and Eskimo, Creole cooking with Leonard, and a trip to see those Missouri elementary school kids who drew us a new logo
+ Winter 1996 - Idiot Flesh are ex-Mormons, Moe! attacks stage, Yasmin goes to the opera, a profile of KZSU DJ Dopestyle, and top 10 of 1995 lists (including Kevvy Kev's top 10 words)
+ Summer 1995 - basketball with Tim, Sean, and Mike Watt, interviews with Jerry Only and Dystopia, the evil which lurks within vending machines, and Just Ask Glenn
+ Spring 1995 - Glenn spends a day at the KZSU record fair, Clay interviews Michael Moore (the musician, not the moviemaker) and Secret Agent chats with Avail