Posts by: Gabby Saldivia

Death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez one month later

On March 5, 2013 Venezualan President Hugo Chavez died. One month later, Impact’s Micaela Colonna reports on how the country is handling Chavez’s death as well as what the MSU community thinks about the future of the country.

Exposure 4/2/13

Tonight on Exposure, Abbie chats with two MSU law professors about same-sex marriage legislation and the issues surrounding it. Impact’s Michelle Feghali reports on Clean Water Action and their efforts to to protect Michigan’s lakes. We hear a breakdown of right-to-work in Michigan. Impact reporter Micaela Colonna explores the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez one month after. A professor from MSU’s college of engineering, talks about a grant the college received and new outreach efforts. The show concludes with a visit and performance from the Roial Improv Players. Read More…

Exposure 3/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Lansing City Councilwoman Judy Washington and Ingham County resident Beth Contretras talk about the “vicious dog ordinance”. Impact reporter Alex Sharg explores on and off campus dining options for students. Anas Attal, an MSU student born in Syria, talks about strife in his native country. We chat with a Michigan State doctoral student who won big on Jeopardy. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reports on vehicle/pedestrian accidents on campus. East Lansing Police Captain Jeff Murphy talks about how Spartans can safely celebrate. Finally, Nick Carver with our Michigan Storytellers segment. Read More…

Recent immigration legislation has effects in Michigan

Recently, immigration policy and legislation have been highly debated topic’s at the state and national level. Impact’s Miguel Martinez reports on Deferred Action Child Arrival or DACA, regarding immigrant youth and it’s effects in Michigan. Read More…

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