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 5.27.14: Life After Graduation

Host Steven Rich discusses what happens after the undergrad fun ends with experts Dr. Phil Gardner, Executive Director of the MSU Career Services Network and Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute, Charles Ballard, Professor of Economics at MSU, and recent graduate Hannah Duke. Reporter Carmen Scruggs focuses on the value of an unpaid internship and whether or not students are being taken advantage of.

Unpaid internships on the mind of students, workplace alike

Unpaid internships have been on the minds of students and the media; with news organizations such as New York Times, CBS and NBC reporting on the fairness of the free work. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs gets personal insight on what exactly unpaid internships entail for college undergrads.

Student Organic Farm welcomes 17 piglets

Just south of Michigan State University’s main campus sits a 15-acre Student Organic Farm. Here, students can learn about the farming industry with hands-on experience. The farm grows and distributes produce, raises livestock and explores means of sustainable farming. The latest development at the farm is the Pastured Pig Project. Impact’s Abbie Newton explored the farm and assisted in the production of this piece.

Exposure 5.20.14: Greater Lansing Events and Activities

For Host Steven Rich’s first show, he highlights ways to stay busy this summer. Joan Nelson of the Allen Street Market, Brendan Dwyer of the Great Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau and Megan Martin of the Portland Rodeo Days discuss some of the events to look forward to.

Exposure 5.6.14: Abbie Newton’s Final Episode

Host Abbie Newton celebrates almost two years as Exposure Director during her last show. She highlights the best of the year and welcomes new Exposure Director Steven Rich to the radio waves.

Sexposure 4.29.14: Sensuality

Exposure Host Abbie Newton welcomes Sexperts Dr. Dennis Martell, Dr. Tina Timm, Jenelle Marie and Kevin Bator to the studio to talk about sensuality, kissing and sensory attraction on Sexposure.

O.A.R. drummer, Chris Culos, talks performing, microbrews, comfort food

Lansing had its annual Microbrew and Music Festival on April 18 and April 19. There were over 100 performing musicians and over 200 microbrews. O.A.R. took center stage at the festival. Exposure host Abbie Newton spoke with their Drummer, Chris Culos, about the band’s music and his preferences on microbrews.

Is multitasking bad for us?

As students are approaching Exam week, they find themselves studying, catching up on work, figuring out summer plans, subleasing apartments and well…multitasking. Our reporter, Sarah Torrico delved into the topic of multitasking to understand its impact on our lives.

MSU Students produce documentary that brings awareness to sexual assault

Every two minutes, a person is sexually assaulted in the United States. A group of student documentary film makers at Michigan State took this fact to heart and created a documentary about sexual assault, called Every Two Minutes. Student Director Kirk Mason and student Producer Laura Swanson visited the studio to talk to Exposure host Abbie Newton about the film. Every Two Minutes will premiere on Thursday, April 24 at Studio C! in Okemos, Michigan at 7 p.m.

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