Impact’s Steven Rich explores what its like to be a college student. Between classes, work, homework, eating, sleeping, exercising, drinking and engaging in weekend activities, Steven gives us an idea of a typical week at Michigan State.
Tonight on Exposure, we kick off our new series of shows. On tonights episode, we focus on all things health while exploring the college student’s life style. Abbie talks with Ronda Bokram, a nutritionist from Olin Health Center, Janice Schwartz with the MSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine in the Detroit Medical Center and Rick McNeil, the director of IM facilities at MSU. We also hear from various students about topics such as working out, drinking habits and stress. Lastly, Impact reporter Steven Rich gives us an insight into a day in the life of a “normal” college student.
Quincy Suehr is a Michigan State University ROTC National Guard Cadet. In his future, he hopes to combine a civilian and military career, much like his father. Quincy’s father, Jack, was also in the National Guard. As Quincy grew up in a military household, he realized he had a passion for the service. Impact’s Abbie Newton explores this unique father-son relationship.
The Vagina Monologues are a series of performances written and delivered by Eve Ensler in 1996. They acted as a tool for female empowerment as they instigated conversations about love, sex, birth and the female experience. Since 1996, they have been performed across the world. The Michigan State University Sexual Assault Program will perform the monologues on January 31. We spoke with a few of these women on Exposure.
In this day and age, people find themselves communicating more and more through the use of technology. Khalid Ibrahim started to realize this fact and decided to do a little experiment to understand the power of handwritten communication. He purchased a journal, wrote in it for seven days, then passed it on to a friend. The journal was passed on in similar fashion for one year. WDBM’s Abbie Newton explores the impact of the journal and of the power of the pen.
Michigan State University is composed of students from over 140 countries, bringing a variety of cultures, attitudes and religions to campus. Impact’s Alsha Claussen delved into the subject to understand the prevalence and variety of religions at Michigan State University.
Get Covered America, a non-profit organization spreading awareness about enrolling for healthcare, visits Exposure to talk about the Dec. 23 deadline to enroll in the healthcare marketplace. Impact’s Abbie Newton speaks with Get Covered America Communication Lead Shawn Dhanak.
Khalid Ibrahim decided to buy a journal in January of 2012. He wrote in it for 7 days then passed it on to a friend. The friend wrote in it for 7 days and passed it on once more. This routine continued for one year before Khalid was reunited with the journal. The journal was filled with entries that conveyed emotion, ideas and thoughts. Khalid visited Exposure to talk about this unique project.
Botanist William James Beal changed the study of botany and is honored by the Beal Botanical Garden at Michigan State University. Exposure host Abbie Newton discusses this history with the curator of the gardens, Frank Telewski.
Exposure pays tribute to Nelson Mandela upon his death. Michigan State University professor of history Peter Alegi visits the studio to discuss the history and legacy behind Nelson Mandela, who was a global leader who peacefully fought for democracy and ended an apartheid.