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On Moderation and Health: Red Cedar Rancor Episode 2

The state of Spartan health is discussed on this episode of the pod, as Ed & Stefan are joined by Olin Health Education Service Coordinator Dennis Martell. Dennis defines health and the purpose of health education at MSU. We also discuss the ongoing debate about the attendance of MSU students at home football games, student mental health data, and the relationship between the lack of eye contact & technology.

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MSU Today 10/10/14

In our sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes segment, Kirk Heinze thoroughly examines the Lake Erie algal blooms issue and talks with the Reverend Faith Fowler about her new book titled This Far By Faith: Twenty Years at Cass Community. And Scott Westerman shares his thoughts on Effecting Change. Read More…

MSU Today 10/3/14

2014 MSU Homecoming grand marshal Jemele Hill. From the MSU Today archives, a July of 2007 conversation with the charismatic and visionary leader of MSU’s renowned department of radiology, Dr. E. James Potchen. And Kirk Heinze on a very successful homegrown Michigan company near St. Johns that makes liquid fertilizer. Read More…

City Pulse Live 10/01/14

This week’s guests are author Dan Mishkin; Detroit Free Press editorial page editor Stephen Henderson; photographer Ernst Floeter; Jill Fritz of Keep Michigan Wolves Protected and Drew Youngedyke of Michigan United Conservation Clubs.

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.

City Pulse Live 9/24/14

This week’s guests are author Dan Mishkin; Detroit Free Press editorial page editor Stephen Henderson; photographer Ernst Floeter; school board candidates Joy Gleason and Thomas Morgan; and board incumbent Guillermo Lopez.

MSU Today 9/19/14

Fall lawn care tips from MSU Turfgrass guru Kevin Frank; Michigan’s bountiful 2014 apple crop; Madonna’s dad, Tony, who along with his wife Joan, owns and operated Ciccone Vineyard in Suttons Bay; Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU Alumni Association Executive Director Scott Westerman. Read More…

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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