WFNP — The Cutting Edge of the Hudson Valley

Send Us Your Song Suggestions!

A Pandemic Playlist – Spring 2021!

WFNP is looking for song suggestions to help brighten the sprits of our friends and classmates that are in quarantine or isolation.

We know that music has a way of healing, so why not share a song or two that have positive or uplifting messages.


We’ll be compiling the song suggestions into playlists and airing them on WFNP, the college radio station, throughout the semester.

You can listen at 88.7FM, or via our website at We’ll be posting the schedule for these special playlist shows on our website, and on our instagram, @wfnptheedge.

Want to host your own ‘pandemic playlist’ hour, or even have your own weekly radio show, contact us HERE for more information.

Spring Sign-On, February 1st

WFNP is officially on the air!

Our daytime DJs are on the air Mon-Fri 11am-6pm.

Our FM staff signs on each weeknight at 7pm with Edge News, talk programming 7:30-8pm, and music shows for the rest of the night.

Interested in getting involved with the station? Sign up HERE. WFNP is open to all majors, all class years, all students (both those living on/close to campus or fully remote). We have opportunities for anyone to get involved in a number of departments. Learn more by clicking HERE.

Congratulations, Magnificent Glass Pelican!

Cutting Edge Music Reviews

About Our Station

WFNP is the official student run radio station of the State University of New York at New Paltz. We are an educationally affiliated, non-commercial station, striving to serve the community’s best interest. The station provides innovative, cutting-edge music, news, and talk programming. WFNP broadcasts to the campus community, the entire Hudson Valley, and beyond via our web stream and 88.7 FM.

Our DJs work hard to give listeners great shows and keep them coming back for more. Each DJ has the ability to create their own masterpiece for the community!

Learn about the history and development of our station, as told through one of our alumni Maggie Zielinski.

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