Quin Hoffman

Exposure 12/9/14

This week on the show…

Host Quin Hoffman talks about the charity project, “Classroom for Benson,” with the founders. Then he get the President of Detroit Bikes on the phone to talk about having a business in a city like Detroit. To wrap up the show he talks about sexual assault with Mara Abramson, a protest organizer, and Marie Rose and Bee Queener, the founders of Lansing V-day.

Mara’s story:¬†https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153361949932166&set=a.10150276158142166.399385.544592165&type=1&pnref=story

Exposure 11.25.14

This week on the show…

Host Quin Hoffman talks consent with Zoe Jackson and Jennay Opie. After that he sits down with internet security expert Mark Weinstein to discuss Net Neutrality. Also, Impact reporters Daniel Rayzel and Audrey Matusz talk to us about record stores and the recent Yik Yak craze that might be causing some problems.

Exposure 5.6.14: Abbie Newton’s Final Episode

Host Abbie Newton celebrates almost two years as Exposure Director during her last show. She highlights the best of the year and welcomes new Exposure Director Steven Rich to the radio waves.

Graphic novels grow in popularity, usage

Michigan State University has the largest comic book collection in the world. Comic books and graphic novels are becoming more popular as they are being used for both education and entertainment. Impact’s Quin Hoffman reports.

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