Exposure

Tuesday | 7:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.

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 12/9/14

This week on the show…

Host Quin Hoffman talks about the charity project, “Classroom for Benson,” with the founders. Then he get the President of Detroit Bikes on the phone to talk about having a business in a city like Detroit. To wrap up the show he talks about sexual assault with Mara Abramson, a protest organizer, and Marie Rose and Bee Queener, the founders of Lansing V-day.

Mara’s story: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153361949932166&set=a.10150276158142166.399385.544592165&type=1&pnref=story

Exposure 11.25.14

This week on the show…

Host Quin Hoffman talks consent with Zoe Jackson and Jennay Opie. After that he sits down with internet security expert Mark Weinstein to discuss Net Neutrality. Also, Impact reporters Daniel Rayzel and Audrey Matusz talk to us about record stores and the recent Yik Yak craze that might be causing some problems.

Exposure 11.18.14

This week on the show…

Host Quin Hoffman talked with Dr. Arbergast about the screening of a award winning documentary at MSU. Then he speaks with Chaplin Sarah from One Community Church, about her push to help the LGBT community become more accepted in the religious world. Finally, Crystal Gause and Noah Saperstein come on the show to talk about their fight against police brutality and racism.

Exposure 10.14.14

This week on Exposure, host Steven Rich talks with Bret Miller, Bill Vincent and Casey James of the new film Some Are Born. You can find their Facebook page here.

Impact News reporter Aaron Martinez dives into an issue handicapped students are experiencing at Spartan Stadium. You can find Katie’s Facebook and GoFundMe at these links.

And we close the show with a conversation with artist Claire Kleese, who’s piece Sjor was featured at this year’s ArtPrize in Grand Rapids.

Exposure 09.30.14

This week we celebrated college radio day and dove into the vast world of college radio.

MSU Campus Radio alums Scott Westerman, Exective Director of the MSU Alumni Association and Steve Schram, Director of Michigan Radio, helped us explore Impact’s history and talked about what the future of college radio holds.

Doug Blake of Pirate! Promotions showed us a different side of the college radio industry.

We also took a look at another excellent college radio station, University of Minnesota’s Radio K, speaking with Music Director Ross Koeberl.

And to close the show, Impact Station Manager Ed Glazer sat down with Steven to talk about new direction and goals at Impact89FM.

Don’t forget! This Friday (Oct. 3rd), Impact will be airing an hour long celebration of all things college radio at 1pm.

Exposure 09.09.14

This week, host Steven Rich talks with Krya Stephenson of the MSU Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention Team about what MSU is doing to step up and fight the problem of college sexual assault and rape.

We hear from MSU professor Crystal Farh about just how much a bad boss can make a work environment.

Amy Bonomi of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies helps us explore the long-term effect 50 Shades of Grey might be having on young girls.

And, Lindsay Brieschke talks about Alzheimer’s and Lansing’s annual walk to end the disease.

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