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City Pulse – 3/27/13

This week Bill Mathewson, general council member in the Michigan Municipal League calls in to elaborate on the Open Meetings Act, Berl speaks with Alice Brinkman, founder of the REACH Studio Art Center, who calls in to discuss the accessibility of art within the school system, and Gail Philbin talks about big agriculture and what it’s doing to our farmland. Later we hear former and current mayor, David Hollister and Virg Bernero, talk about the budget for the city of East Lansing.

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Exposure 3/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Lansing City Councilwoman Judy Washington and Ingham County resident Beth Contretras talk about the “vicious dog ordinance”. Impact reporter Alex Sharg explores on and off campus dining options for students. Anas Attal, an MSU student born in Syria, talks about strife in his native country. We chat with a Michigan State doctoral student who won big on Jeopardy. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reports on vehicle/pedestrian accidents on campus. East Lansing Police Captain Jeff Murphy talks about how Spartans can safely celebrate. Finally, Nick Carver with our Michigan Storytellers segment. Read More…

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Spartan Sportswrap 3/25/13

Alex has all of the March Madness news you need. From game recaps to future predictions, Alex breaks down the NCAA tournament for you. And as always he has the latest news from around Michigan sports. Make sure to check back in each week for the MSU Spartan Sportswrap.

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MSU Today 3/22/13

Spartan Dawgs Andre Hutson, Todd Duckett, and Tim Bograkos return to talk more about life after Spartan athletics.  Then in our Greening of the Great Lakes segment, Dr. Kirk Heinze talks with the director of the MSU Museum, Gary Morgan.  And Scott Westerman shares his thoughts on choosing leadership in our Spartan Life segment. Read More…

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City Pulse – 3/20/13

Kareemah El-Amin, executive director of the Food Bank of Michigan, calls in this as does Kyle Melinn who discusses the political future of Virg Bernero with Berl. We also listen to Andy’s interview with economist/author Jeremy Rifkin and another interview regarding cold cases in Lansing with Captain Daryl Green of the Lansing Police Department.

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Exposure 3/19/13

Tonight on Exposure, host Abbie Newton chats with army veteran, MSU student and Truman scholarship finalist, Kent Dell. Impact’s Mary Hathaway reports on reactions to the new pope from the Vatican. Members of the Council of Graduate Students or COGS, discuss recent initiatives. Impact reporter Miguel Martinez reports on recent immigration legislation in Michigan. MSU Peace Corps representatives talk about their presence on campus and personal experiences volunteering. Lastly, MSU professor of Economics Charles Ballard explains the sequester. Read More…

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Spartan Sportswrap 3/18/13

This week Alex is joined by Dan Dickerson, the voice of the Detroit Tigers. Dan talks about this upcoming season as well as the weather difference currently between Florida and Michigan. Along with the Tigers, Alex brings news of March Madness. This year our Michigan State Spartans were given the three seed. Check back in next week for more news about all the sports you love.

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MSU Today 3/15/13

Tim Bograkos and Todd Duckett talk about life after Spartan athletics (2000 national champion Spartan hoopster Andre Hutson will join Tim and Todd in future conversations).  And MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans athletic director Mark Hollis talk with another former Spartan athlete thriving in the community, Lauren AitchRuss White with MSU alumna and Easter Ann Peters’ Operation Cool author Jody Lamb. Read More…

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