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Exposure 10/8/13

Tonight on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks with Michigan State University Executive Director of Alumni Relations Scott Westerman about Homecoming at MSU. We touch base with a few MSU music composers and we feature their breaks on today’s show. Reporter Miguel Martinez gives us a review of Oktoberfest in Old Town. Later on the show, we will explore the economic and social growth of Africa. And lastly, we hear about the Michigan apple harvest and the Apple Butter Festival at the Fenner Nature Center. Read More…

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Spartan Sportswrap 10/07/13

Its the final show of Spartan Sportswrap after a legendary run since 1989. Hosts Alex Scharg and Anthony “Fino” Serafino talk about Michigan State football’s big road victory at Kinneck Stadium, Detroit Lions, and Tigers.

Plus, the Sportswrap crew dedicates the final 10 minutes as a tribute to the show including favorite memories, guests and laughs from the past years.

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MSU Today 10/4/13

Kirk Heinze talks with the very green president of Michigan International Speedway Roger Curtis.  Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Hall of Fame Spartan Sports Network leaders Will Tieman and Wendy Hart.  Retired Navy Vice Admiral Lee Gunn touts more renewable energy to buttress our national security.  And Scott Westerman offers his perspective on simplifying your life. Read More…

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Exposure 10/1/13

Abbie Newton hosts Exposure on the first night of October. She gets a breakdown of Obamacare and hears about Michigan’s future of renewable energy from a retired Naval Admiral. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs reports on Formula 1 racing at MSU and reporter Miguel Martinez gets a preview of Oktoberfest. To conclude the show, a unique pair from Detroit feature their Michigan-centric remake of a popular song.

MSU Today 9/27/13

Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk about concussions with MSU neurologist Dr. David KaufmanMSU Turf Grass guru Kevin Frank talks with Kirk Heinze in our Greening of the Great Lakes segment about what you can be doing now to ensure you have the nicest lawn possible next spring.  Then President Simon and AD Hollis return to talk with the MSU Alumni Association’s Sue Petrisin, the first woman elected to serve as president of Kiwanis International. Read More…

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Sexsposure 9/24/13

Tonight Exposure turns into SEXposure with help from Olin Health Center. The panel, made up of Dennis Martel, Kevin Bator and John Lee, discusses sexuality, the sense fulfillment sex brings and the abstract concept of what every freshman should know regarding sex when they first enter college. Read More…

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Exposure 9/17/13

Today on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks to two Michigan State professors about their research. First, Professor Scott Imberman in the Department of Economics speaks about the significance of the spillover effect of bilingual education. Then professor Bruno Basso from the Department of Geological Studies discusses the importance and usage of MSU’s first unmanned drone. Abbie takes a step outside the studio to talk to Tim Dempsey, East Lansing Planning & Community Development Director, about the city’s proposal to limit the number of seats served alcohol downtown after 12 a.m. Exposure welcomes Old Town Blues Fest Coordinator Ty Liggons to the studio to speak about the 9th year of the festival. Matchette & Frog, a band that will be featured at Blues Fest, also visited the studio. Lastly, we highlight MS80, a band of local high school students that will play at The Loft this weekend.

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