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 11/1/11

This week on Impact Exposure get your local music fix. Hear interviews and features with Michigan artist Frontier Ruckus, Chris Bathgate and the Rainbow Seekers, of Joe Hertler and the Rainbow seekers. Also, MSU professor John Waller talks about his research on the dancing plague and Emanuele Berry shares a feature on ballroom dancing at MSU.

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Exposure 10/25/11

This week on Exposure Emily welcomes local musicians East Harvest. A panel discusses alternative housing options and Emily talks with students and administration about the battle over clean energy on campus. Also, reporter Anjana Schroeder shares a feature on domestic violence awareness month. This weeks Michigan storytelling segment features Mardi Link.

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Exposure 10/18/11

This week on Impact Exposure we welcome Jazz  singer Sunny Wilkinson and  learn how a Michigander walked 1,000 miles around Lake Michigan.  Also hear about Occupy Lansing and the psychology of what makes someone great.

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Exposure 10/4/11

This week’s show features live music form the Mid-Michigan Bluegrass Association.  Msu professor’s Dan Clay talks about sustainable coffee production and professor  Jason Moser  discusses the psychology of the mind and mistakes.  The Michigan Storytelling segment feature’s  Karl Iagemma.
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Exposure 9/27/11

This week on Exposure hear a panel of gay military vets talk about the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Emily speaks with Peter Briggs the Director of the OISS about MSU’s increase in international students. Also, the rise of poverty in the US, how Illinois is eating carp to fight hunger and the history of puns.

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Exposure 9/20/11

This week’s Exposure dedicated to all of the positive movements to revitalize Detroit.  Directors of Live-Work Detroit talk about their project.  Emily shares stories about  art, urban agriculture, film and music. Also, readings about Detroit from John Gallagher, William Langford and Max Katsarelus.

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