Posts by: Gabby Saldivia

Exposure 10/1/13

Abbie Newton hosts Exposure on the first night of October. She gets a breakdown of Obamacare and hears about Michigan’s future of renewable energy from a retired Naval Admiral. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs reports on Formula 1 racing at MSU and reporter Miguel Martinez gets a preview of Oktoberfest. To conclude the show, a unique pair from Detroit feature their Michigan-centric remake of a popular song.

Exposure 9/10/13

Tonight on Exposure, we hear from an MSU student from Syria about the turmoil in in his home country. We get a recap of the new Broad Art Museum exhibits and welcome back concert. Explore the economic effects of abusive partners. Talk with MSUFCU and COGS about their new partnership at Michigan State University. We close the evening with a performance by the Lansing based band, Desmond Jones. Their music will be playing throughout the show as well.

 

Exposure 9/3/13

Tonight of the first Exposure of September, host Abbie Newton talks with Carl Borchgrevink, a Michigan State University professor, about a class that explores the history, tastes, and fancy of wines. Carlee Henderson of VIM Magazine also visits the studio to speak about Michigan State’s only fashion magazine on campus. Later on the show, we speak about Spartan Remix and Student Ticket Day at the Wharton Center. 

Exposure 8/27/13

On the last Exposure show of the summer, host Abbie Newton and producer Gabriela Saldivia talks to actor Adam West, who played Batman and is now one of the voices on Family Guy. Wisaal, a band that will perform at the Loft comes into the show. We get an update on the MOSAIC Music Festival that will be happening in Lansing over Labor Day. Hear about the ‘Summer’s a Drag’ show at the Broad Art Museum. And lastly, Wharton Center joins the show to give a sneak peak on the performances of the new school year.

‘Summer’s a Drag!’ unites community for Michigan Pride

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Last Friday, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum hosted the fist annual “Summers a Drag” event in conjunction with Michigan Pride. The show was hosted by two local drag queens, showcased performances from community members and created a sense of unity and support among the participants and people that attended. Impact’s Gabriela Saldivia reports.

Photos by Colin Marshall

MSU Bikes brings new secure garages to campus

Living in Michigan, we have all faced the harsh weather conditions the seasons bring. MSU Bikes opened two enhanced security bike garages last week to help combat this problem and others for bicyclists on campus. Impact reporter Gabriela Saldivia visited the MSU bike shop located on Red Cedar Trail and heard from Tim Potter manager of the shop all about these new garages. Read More…

Old Town and Lansing’s Jazz Fest brings culture to area

Old Town, once a destitute ghost town, is now a thriving community filled with unique business’, art, food and people. Lansing’s Jazz Fest, which occurred earlier this month, took place in Old Town and brought with it an exciting energy. Impact’s Gabriela Saldivia reports. Read More…

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