Diocese of Davenport

Pacem in Terris Honors Kurdish Activist

A health expert, author, and human rights activist is this year's winner of the Pacem in Terris, Peace and Freedom Award. Widad Akreyi was born in the Kurdish region of Iraq, and as a child witnessed the genocidal campaign by Saddam Hussein against the Kurds in the late 1980's.

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Davenport School Start Times Redo

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WVIK (90.3 FM) is the National Public Radio station for the Quad Cities region of eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois. WVIK is licensed to Rock Island, Illinois, and owned by Augustana College. Studios are located on Augustana's campus in Rock Island. It broadcasts at 90.3 FM across eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois, and at 95.9 FM in Dubuque, Iowa and a small portion of southwestern Wisconsin.

WVIK honors Don Wooten

Jan 1, 1970

On May 16, WVIK hosted a gala dinner honoring station founder and longtime host Don Wooten. Wooten talks about receiving the recognition and offers a few life lessons.

WVIK will celebrate Dubuque Week Sept. 15-21 with special broadcasts and events, including an appearance by Garrison Keillor of "A Prairie Home Companion."

Roald Tweet, writer and narrator of Rock Island Lines, will air five new episodes of his program that focus on the history of Dubuque. These can be heard at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, Sept. 15-19 at WVIK 90.3 FM and at 95.9 FM in Dubuque. These new episodes of Rock Island Lines during Dubuque week are sponsored by Mercy Medical Center, Dubuque.

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WVIK 90.3 FM - Augustana Public Radio

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Capital campaign

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Events Calendar

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WVIK News

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Contact WVIK News at news@wvik.org or (309) 794-7551.

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Budget Forum

Join us for a discussion about the two-year long state budget impasse and the financial future of Illinois.

WVIK Podcast

Examining the equity (and the lack thereof) in art museums. Produced in partnership with the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art and the Figge Art Museum.

WVIK Podcast

Conversations focusing on groups of people who are marginalized politically and socially, and the people working to provide change for those communities.