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.
On tonight’s edition of The Vibe, you’ll hear new tracks from Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug, Bodega Bamz, Kid Ink and more! Tune in at 9:30 to win tickets to see Juicy J and FowL at MSU’s Auditorium on 1/18. Follow the playlist below:
Ms. Jackson – Outkast
On Sight – Kanye West
SH!T – Future ft. Drake & Juicy J
1. Thee Oh Sees–Floating Coffin
I pre-ordered this record without even hearing it because, 1. I was pretty fond of the album art and 2. It’s THEE OH SEES. Needless to say I wasn’t disappointed in the slightest. John Dwyer is basically the reason I keep living. He turned 39 this year and is still the master of all that is psych-rock.
here is tonight’s playlist:
The Verve Pipe – The Freshman
Masons Case – Rumors
Masons Case – She Waits
Catalina Wine Mixer – Laura
Mustard Plug – On and On Read More…
Host Abbie Newton breaks down the political turmoil and conflict in Egypt with Russell Lucas, who is a Michigan State University Associate Professor of Arabic Studies and Co-Director of Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities. East Lansing cellist and soprano Marta Bagratuni joins Exposure to talk about her music and perform a few pieces. We revisit A2B Bike Share, a company started by two University of Michigan Students that is coming to Lansing in August. Lastly, Abbie speaks about Common Ground Music Festival in Lansing.
This week author Mark Binelli calls in to discuss his experiences growing up in Michigan and how they have contributed to his career. Nina Santucci, co-owner of Red Haven restaurant, elaborates on a VIP event held at her restaurant this Tuesday and later we listen to interviews featuring Anthony Bourdain and Yvonne Caamal Canul.
This week, both state representative Jeff Irwin and Jeff Hank of the Coalition for a Safer Lansing call in calls in to discuss the topic of decriminalizing the use of marijuana in Michigan. Later, Ben Duke of the 4th Culture Studios joins Berl in-studio and we listen to an interview with state representatives Andy Schor and Sam Singh.
This week we hear from top of the town winners Gretchen Whitmer, state senator, and the Soup Spoon Cafe, owned by Nick Gavriledes. We also listen to an interview with Roy Bourgeois concerning his advocacy of women in the Catholic church and later we listen to Ann Woiwode, Julie Powers, Scott Robbins, and Walt Sorg discuss a few environmental topics.
This week Alex talks about the burning of couches in Ann Arbor following their win this week and also discusses the upcoming national championship with a listener.