Exposure

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Impact Exposure gives a voice to student groups at Michigan State University and organizations in the East Lansing area. Listen to see what is happening in your community.

Exposure 9/18/12

Emanuele speaks with associate professor of English Natalie Philips who explains her recent scientific study exploring how liberal arts exercises the brain. She then has Judy Hoberman on discussing the difference between men and women in regards to buying and more importantly voting habits.  New York Times bestselling author, Maggie Stiefvater,  discusses her new book  “The Raven Boys.” We are then joined by Ron Bertz & Stan Budzynski who talk about, and then treat us to, some Blues music. To wrap up the show the Impact’s own Elise Yoon the K-Pop crossover star PSY. ( Correction the survey cited in the interview with Judy Hoberman was done by CBS/NYT, not NBC)

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Exposure 9/11/12

Impact’s Gabriel Saldiva on Spartan Remix; Jenelle Marie, founder of  The STD Project, talks about STD awareness. Ronda Bokram, Staff Dietician at OLIN Health Center, discusses organic food. The Tejano Sound Band is on to talk about tejano music Hispanic Heritage Month. Marsha McDowell from Weaving of War talks about the project. The director and cast of Riverwalk Theatre’s “Spring Awakening” play are in to discuss the production. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Danielle Lutes of the MSU Slam Team.

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Exposure 6/26/12

It’s Emily Fox’s last live show!

Emily Fox reports on disaster areas for agriculture in Michigan. Kathleen Bolthouse, Lansing’s Queen of Blues, performs and talks East Lansing Summer Concert Series. Wade Fisher of MSU’s Dept. of Physics and Astronomy discusses recent findings regarding the Higgs Boson Particle. Stephanie Van Koevering of MSU’s K-12  Outreach Team talks about No Child Left Behind in Michigan. MSU’s College of Education’s Don Heller speaks about college affordability. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Angelina Mosher.

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Exposure 6/26/12

It’s Emily Fox’s last live show!

Emily Fox reports on disaster areas for agriculture in Michigan. Kathleen Bolthouse, Lansing’s Queen of Blues, performs and talks East Lansing Summer Concert Series. Wade Fisher of MSU’s Dept. of Physics and Astronomy discusses recent findings regarding the Higgs Boson Particle. Stephanie Van Koevering of MSU’s K-12  Outreach Team talks about No Child Left Behind in Michigan. MSU’s College of Education’s Don Heller speaks about college affordability. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Angelina Mosher.

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Exposure 7/17/12

Sara and Jeff Tow of Through The Blue call in to talk about their 50-mile marathon across Lake Michigan to support postpartum depression awareness. Jake L’Ecuyer of Venture for America is on to discuss the program. MSU Microbiologist Gemma Reguera discusses a new biofuel process project at Michigan State. Shirin Timms of the Refugee Development Center discusses the presence of refugees in Lansing. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring poet Angelina Mosher.

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Exposure 6/26/12

A group of MSU students join us in studio to talk about their journey-turned-documentary “Thrive for Less.” Patrick Ruhlig presents a story about the evolution of dubstep. Senator Rick Jones talks about the ban on synthetic drugs. Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys perform. Jane White from the Human Trafficking Taskforce talks about human trafficking in the state. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Emily Fox.

 

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Exposure 6/19/12

Emily Fox reports on Beehive Recording and the preservation of Detroit’s musical sound. The Anthony Stanco Quartet performs and talks about the East Lansing Summer Solstice Jazz Festival. Paul Moore calls in to talk about his company, Start Garden. Michigan Storytelling segment features Scott Lasser, author of “Say Nice Things About Detroit.”

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Exposure 5/29/12

Emily Fox reports on “The Empowerment Plan.” Smitty Smith and Matt Bliton talk about Pumpstock American Roots Festival. Brendan Dwyer discusses the Be a Tourist in Your Own Town event. David Myers of Michigan Virtual Schools talks about virtual schools and the future of online learning. Reverend Sokuzan Robert Brown talks about teaching meditation to prison inmates. Michigan Storytelling segment features Lucas Ball.

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Exposure 5/22/12

Erik Qualman talks about social media and his book “Socialnomics.” Cirque du Soleil production manager Chris Brislin is on to talk about the show. Nick Kanaan, MSU professor and Alzheimer’s researcher discusses the recent goal to end Alzheimer’s by 2050. Rocky Votolato joins us in the studio for a couple of acoustic songs and an interview. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Keith Taylor and his poem “Guilty at the Rapture.”

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Exposure 5/15/12

Lansing-based band Eight to the Bar is in studio to perform and talk East Lansing Art Festival. Mohammad Khalil, Professor of Religious Studies at MSU, talks about Sharia Law and a bill that would ban foreign religious laws in Michigan. Michael Craw of MSU’s James Madison school is on to talk about the LGBT community and President Obama’s endorsement of homosexual marriage. Brian Metcalf, Superintendent of Grand Ledge Public Schools, talks about a program to give kindergarteners iPads. Michigan Storytelling segment features Ellen Airgood, author of “South of the Superior.”

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