City Valhalla, New York
Slogan "The NEW Sound of Power" and "The Voice of Westchester Community College"
Frequency 88.1 MHz
First air date October 3, 1973 (1973-10-03)
Format Variety
ERP 42 watts
HAAT 123 meters
Class D
Facility ID 71709
Transmitter coordinates 41°4′13.00″N 73°47′25.00″W / 41.0702778°N 73.7902778°W / 41.0702778; -73.7902778Coordinates: 41°4′13.00″N 73°47′25.00″W / 41.0702778°N 73.7902778°W / 41.0702778; -73.7902778
Owner Westchester Community College

WARY (88.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a variety format. Licensed to Valhalla, New York, United States, the station is currently owned by Westchester Community College (WCC). The station is officially licensed from the Federal Communications Commission.

WARY broadcasts from in the basement of WCC's student center. The station is mainly run by the students of WCC with an all student E-Board with a school faculty member as the station manager. Each year, the station tries to have their very own concert during the month of May which is often referred to "WARY-Fest" or the "WARY-Showcase".

Programming includes talk radio, rock music, hip-hop, disk jockey, indie music, and a variety of other formats.

Former students from WARY went on to work for employers such as WXRK, Goom Radio, The Opie and Anthony Show, Sirius Satellite Radio, and The Howard Stern Show.

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