91.3 The Summit Donates TARDIS

Time Travel Machine Travels to Miller South
Posted on 08/18/2021
Image of TARDISAt Miller South School for Visual and Performing Arts, in room 201, TARDIS is being assembled after its big move.

TARDIS will be student run with Miller South artists recording messages for 91.3 The Summit (WAPS) in the time machine. Messages will be aired on WAPS-affiliated KIDJAM Radio. What a cool studio for our seventh- and eighth-graders to get to work on these important messages!

Several years ago, it was 91.3 (FM) The Summit's all-star volunteer master carpenter Henry Gulich who crafted a *TARDIS for the radio station whose studios were inside the Conrad C. Ott Staff Development Building on Steiner Avenue in Firestone Park.

The TARDIS served as a third recording studio. The British-style phone booth was used daily for production, recording and editing. The station has since moved to Ellet CLC, but there was no real space for TARDIS. So they loaded it on a truck and delivered it (in real time) to Miller South and Principal Carolyn Herstitch.

So now we are excited that its new home is Miller South where students will reap the benefits of the wisdom of *TARDIS, Time And Relative Dimension In Space.

It has been dubbed Studio K, in honor of Mr. Gulich's late wife, Komal Gulich.

*TARDIS is a time machine and spacecraft that appears in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its various spin-offs.

From the students at Miller South: "91.3 The Summit ... we think you are the best!!! Thank you a million!

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