Posts by: Gabby Saldivia

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…

Exposure 8/20/13

Gabriela Saldivia fills in for Abbie Newton tonight on Exposure with a show packed full of local, state and international news. We take a deeper look into what’s happening in Egypt, feature a breakdown of the international travel advisory and embassy closures, hear from famous cellist Marta Bagratuni, learn about developments from MSU Bikes and explore Old Town and the Lansing Jazz Fest. Read More…

Exposure 8/13/13

Tonight on Impact Exposure, Gabriela Saldivia fills in for host Abbie Newton. We talk to Michigan State University Sailing team about their unique sport, explore what Broad Art Museum has in store for the coming fall, hear from a Spartan who participated in the 2013 World Dwarf Games, discuss a new political leadership program coming to campus and lastly learn about the Back to School Expo from event organizer Todd Duckett. Read More…

Exposure 5/14/13

Tonight on the first half of the show, Exposure producer Gabriela Saldivia fills in for Abbie Newton with an environmental report regarding May being Bicycle to Work month. The groups in the area that promote this event such as the Be Spartan Green campaign, the Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council and MSU Bikes came into the studio to chat about it. In the second half of the show, we hear form the Peter Nelson Quartet and the Roial Improv Players. Read More…

Student Organic Farm expects birth of Spartan piglets

There will be new members of the Michigan State family very soon. Two pigs at MSU’s Student Organic Farm are expecting to give birth to the youngest Spartans piglets in May. Impact’s Mary Hathaway went to the farm to get a first-hand look at the soon-to-be-mothers and those who care for them. Read More…

East Lansing working to become a city of the arts

People might consider East Lansing a college town before they consider it one of the arts. However, with the construction of the Broad Art Museum and a few other initiatives in the community there could be a new outlook for the arts in East Lansing. Miguel Martinez reports. Read More…

The first ever Global Day of Service brings Spartans together worldwide

On April 13th the MSU Alumni Association hosted its first Spartan Global Day of Service encouraging alumni to give back to their communities. With projects ranging from Lansing to Beijing, the Day of Service was the beginning of a renewed Spartan commitment to give back. Steven Rich reports.

Wells Hall preacher and Christianity on campus

Michigan State’s Wells Hall houses much activity throughout the day. One of the more prominent features, the Wells Hall Preacher (oftentimes with his children), represents Christianity on campus, along with others like the Jehovah’s Witnesses and student group The Furnace. Impact’s Sonja Trierweiler reports. Read More…

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