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Exposure 4/16/13

This week on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks about an event called Earth Day Extravaganza. Members of the Spartans Will 360 team come into to studio to talk about their journey across the globe.  A new bike-share business from Ann Arbor phones in to discuss future plans of expanding to East Lansing. Spartan spotlight on the Heavy and Light event Thursday evening. And lastly, music and an interview with Last Night Saved My Life, a band made up of MSU and other college students. Read More…

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MSU Today 4/5/13

MSU turf grass expert Kevin Frank with his tips and advice on how best to get your lawn going this spring.  All about an innovative executive development program that’s a collaborative effort between MSU’s Broad College of Business management professors and MSU’s Department of Intercollegiate AthleticsMSU J-school alumnus and MLive.com director of state news Bill Emkow, too. Read More…

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City Pulse – 4/3/13

This week, City Pulse’s own Larry Cosentino joins Berl in-studio to elaborate on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which was discussed in the Supreme Court last Wednesday. We also hear from Walnut Neighborhood resident, Dale Schrader, on developments  in the ongoing pole barn dispute. Later, Lansing Councilwoman Carol Wood discusses the 2014 fiscal budget.

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Exposure 4/2/13

Tonight on Exposure, Abbie chats with two MSU law professors about same-sex marriage legislation and the issues surrounding it. Impact’s Michelle Feghali reports on Clean Water Action and their efforts to to protect Michigan’s lakes. We hear a breakdown of right-to-work in Michigan. Impact reporter Micaela Colonna explores the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez one month after. A professor from MSU’s college of engineering, talks about a grant the college received and new outreach efforts. The show concludes with a visit and performance from the Roial Improv Players. Read More…

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“Guilty Pleasures” with Impact 89FM

Taylor Swift’s song “You Belong to Me” is my guilty pleasure of the week. This song is targeted to a much younger audience than myself and I don’t relate to its romanticized high school content. However, I always feel the need to sing it like I’ve just learned to drive and my braces have come off, among other teenage accomplishments.

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