Andy fills in as host for Berl with Ingham County Drain Commissioner Pat Lindemann calling in to discuss waste runoff in the Red Cedar River. We also hear from Yannet Lathrop, policy analyst at the MI League for Public Policy, who tells of the upcoming fiscal cliff. Later we hear about the future of the Cristo Ray Community center in East Lansing.
Vancouver-based band Said the Whale highlights their GIGANTIC music video endeavor for their latest album. Have you seen any?
This week marks the first Spartan Sportswrap Sports Chat. Takudzwa Kubvoruno is on to talk about recovering from major injuries at the high school level and going on to compete in college. Afterwards, Alex is joined by a full panel as they discuss a wide range of topics in an open discussion. Hear what they have to say about NCAA athletes and payment on the first of many Spartan Sportswrap Chats.
It’s 11/11! Make a wish. Hopefully it was for some Afterglow. Behold! Here it comes.
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MSU’s Broad Art Museum is opening this weekend and with it an exhibit by German artist Jochen Gerz . The project, titled ” The Gift: Lansing, Michigan,” invites community members to have their portraits taken, becoming part of the museum’s art collection. Impact’s Emanuele Berry had trouble keeping a straight face during her photo session.
Bruce Venden Bergh, a Professor of MSU’s Department of Advertising, summarizes the political ad season. Lauren Godlesky, Impact Reporter, talks about the effect of political ads on MSU students. Impact Reporter Micaela Colonna discusses Republicans on campus. Impact’s Gabby Saldivia reports on international students that can’t vote. MSU’s Spartan Sur is on to talk about Hindi-Fusion a capella. Carmen Scruggs, an MSU Reporter, gives MSU students’ advice for the future president. We call Abbie Newton and get the scoop on an Election Day Watch Party in Akers Hall. Impact Reporter Gabby Saldivia reports on who MSU students would consider their ideal candidate. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs discusses which presidential candidates are the most attractive. Impact Reporter Thea Card reports on political internet memes. Finally, Anjana Schoreder, another Impact Reporter, finds out how students would score the election if they got the chance.