Impact’s Spencer Ray explores how people are doing on their 2014 fitness resolutions.
There is a restaurant nestled in the outskirts of Old Town Lansing known to many. Although small, Golden Harvest is certainly a breakfast destination. To enjoy the unique food, eclectic culture and fun spirits inside however, one must wait. Impact’s Gabriela Saldivia brings us this waiting experience.
What is that thing we call the Cyclotron? Michigan State graduate student Ragnar Stroberg sits down with Impact’s Carmen Scruggs to teach us all about it. Stroberg also talks about his response to being nominated one of Australia Business Insider’s Most Eligible Bachelors in Science.
Host Abbie Newton talks with Casting Director Kerry Shanahan about the ABC show, Extreme Weight Loss, where contestants attempt to lose half of their body weight in one year. The Broad Art Museum Associate Curator of Architecture and Design Alec Hathaway discusses the museum’s ongoing project, East Lansing 2030. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs talks to a doctoral student about the Cyclotron on MSU’s campus. Michigan State students Gabriela Saldivia and Colin Marshall join the show to chat about their 31-day raw food diet. Lastly, we explore the popular Lansing restaurant, Golden Harvest, and we assess how MSU students are doing on their 2014 resolutions.
Michigan State University students Gabriela Saldivia and Colin Marshall challenged themselves both mentally and physically as they participated in a 31-day raw food diet. They documented their experiences on their blog as they only ate food in its natural form. Impact’s Abbie Newton talks to the duo as they speak about their new perspectives on food.
Impact’s Steven Rich explores what its like to be a college student. Between classes, work, homework, eating, sleeping, exercising, drinking and engaging in weekend activities, Steven gives us an idea of a typical week at Michigan State.
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Quincy Suehr is a Michigan State University ROTC National Guard Cadet. In his future, he hopes to combine a civilian and military career, much like his father. Quincy’s father, Jack, was also in the National Guard. As Quincy grew up in a military household, he realized he had a passion for the service. Impact’s Abbie Newton explores this unique father-son relationship.