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The Vibe 2/14

What’s up all the lovers, single ladies, single guys and complicated couples out there? Tonight on The Cultural Vibe, DJ CJax and DJ Spenny have a special treat for you! In order to celebrate Valentine’s day in fabulous East Lansing (and across the world if you listen online), they will be spinning some of their favorite love related tracks. Music from Usher, Alicia Keys, Marvin Gaye, Anthony Hamilton, and so many more talented artists will take you through the whole relationship in just four (way too short) hours. From meeting your love, to falling in love, through the rough patches, all the way to the make up, WDBM will be airing tracks just for you tonight from 8pm-midnight!

As always, feel free to tweet out a request using the hashtag #VibinDirty or call it in to 517-884-8989! And don’t forget to keep up with the show by following along with our playlist below: Read More…

Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle CD Release

By Daniel Rayzel

On Saturday, October 11th, the REO town district will be hosting an album release party for The Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle’s (LUVS) upcoming album, ”Dream Machine.” REO Town President, Ryan Wert, describes the upcoming event as a combination of a “CD release show and [a] preview of the Robin Theater,” which will be opening this coming spring.

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O.A.R. drummer, Chris Culos, talks performing, microbrews, comfort food

Lansing had its annual Microbrew and Music Festival on April 18 and April 19. There were over 100 performing musicians and over 200 microbrews. O.A.R. took center stage at the festival. Exposure host Abbie Newton spoke with their Drummer, Chris Culos, about the band’s music and his preferences on microbrews.

Is multitasking bad for us?

As students are approaching Exam week, they find themselves studying, catching up on work, figuring out summer plans, subleasing apartments and well…multitasking. Our reporter, Sarah Torrico delved into the topic of multitasking to understand its impact on our lives.

Special Report: Squirrels on campus

Squirrels can be seen everywhere on Michigan State’s campus. Some students laugh as they scurry about, some students offer them food, while one student even trained a squirrel as her pet. Reporter Alsha Claussen takes to the wilderness to learn about these furry creatures.

Newscast 4/18/14

On Friday’s newscast: Russian vs.Ukrainian conflict, mass shooting at Jewish Community Center, Lansing man faces 55 years in prison, Spartan Sportswrap, weekend weather report, music update, Lansing Microbrew and Music Festival and an interview from headliner O.A.R. Read More…

Inside Out President’s Report: A look at the lives of nine Spartan students

Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon released her annual report a couple weeks ago. Last year, the report was called Spartans Will 360 and it showcased the work MSU professors and faculty were doing around the world. This year, the report was called Inside Out. It showcased the lives of 9 Michigan State students. A production team followed the students around for a full year as we began to understand what a Spartan life looks like. Three of these students and one student producer came on Exposure to talk about the experience.

Zine community aims to be inclusive

Zines are making their way into our current culture. Earlier this year, there was an event called “Print Party; Celebrating Queer Feminism Through Zines” in Lansing, that aimed it’s focus on people that do not identify as a cisgender male. Reporter Gabriela Saldivia has more. Read More…

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