Kirk Heinze talks sustainability with Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon, and he talks with retired Navy Admiral Lee Gunn about renewable energy’s impact on our national security and Michigan’s economy. Then MSU President Simon and Spartans AD Hollis talk with MSU Alumni Association Executive Director Scott Westerman.
Acid Bath – Bleed Me an Ocean
Riot – Don’t Hold Me Back
Battlecross – My Vaccine
Another single off the new album, Good Lovin’ by Twin Peaks will make you wanna dance all night long.
Tonight our newest artist to find the T&T spotlight is Katie Buchanan, and her EP, GO. We have great new records from Cowbell, Greensky Bluegrass, and a tribute to Born In The USA! All activities start at 8, tune in for the treats!
Mustered Courage- Behind The Bullet- Powerlines
Butch Walker- The Battle vs. The War- Single
Curtis McMurtry- Ghost In My Bed- Respectable Enemy
Curtis McMurtry- Eleanor’s House- Respectable Enemy
Football is finally here and The Pact kicks off the season with an entire hour dedicated to only MSU and Lions football.
After the Spartans’ 45-7 “statement” against Jacksonville State, the panel debates what they saw on the field, if it surprised them, what positions surprised them, which disappointed them and what should be the concern headed into Eugene, Ore., to face the No. 3 Ducks.
In the second half of the show, The Pact welcomes local Detroit Lions historian and The Game 730AM’s The Drive with Jack Ebling producer, Doug Warren, to discuss Week 1 for the Lions, the recent cuts to trim the roster down to 53 and if the demoralized Lions fans have any hope for the Playoffs.
Here at the Impact, we want to bring you the best events and activities in the Mid-Michigan area all year, so stay up to date with the Impact89FM News team be the first to hear about what’s happening in your community.
REO Town is a district directly south of downtown Lansing that has become a hub for Michigan artists, and this Saturday, the REO Town Commercial Association is hosting their fourth annual Art Attack. REO Town President, Ryan Wert, describes the event as, “a traditional art fair combined with an eclectic local music festival”, and while the event will host 15-20 art vendors and 10 bands, the real stars of the show will be the artistic competitors, where 7 to 8 individuals will compete to create the best works out of an assortment of materials. Past years have featured such items as reclaimed materials from gutted demolish-ready houses, but this year, attendees can enjoy REO town favorite food and beer as they watch the artists cut, paint and weld donated city trash cans over the course of 6 hours to create their masterpieces.
The event is tomorrow, Saturday 9/05, from noon to 9pm in the Riverview Parking Lot (1123 S Washington Ave). More information can be found on their Facebook page.
By Aaron Martinez
During Tuesday’s East Lansing City Council meeting, the assembly approved a municipal partnership agreement to create the Greater Lansing Taxi Authority. The partnership with the City of Lansing aims to create a single unified set of regulations to help protect both riders and drivers from the often inconsistent regulatory rules. The authority documents also create new regulations for ridesharing services, like the apps Uber and Lyft, which will allow these services continue to operate in the Lansing area as other cities have threatened to eliminate them. This agreement came to be as the result of collaboration between East Lansing Mayor Nathan Triplett and Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero.
The partnership agreement must now be approved by the Lansing City Council, and city leaders in both Lansing and East Lansing are confident that the measure will pass when it comes up for a vote in the near future.
pity party playlist – 9/3/14
the front bottoms – 12 feet deep
shinobu – teachers get tired
braid – first day back
topbunk – you’re always on e and i worry about you
citizen – silo
mahogany – slow talking
happy body slow brain – move at different speeds
Welcome back students!
Here at the Impact we hope you all had a wonderful summer and dedicated this episode to welcoming back students, new and old. This week we hear from the President of the Spartan Marching Band, a member of the University Activities Board, the Director of the LGBT Resource Center and have a chat about the state of the university with ASMSU President, James Conwell.
Covering all things relevant to students all year long, we at Exposure are glad to have you back.
Tonight we are bidding farewell to the Summer of 2014 and welcoming the Fall. We will be looking back at this past summer’s top hits in Asian Music. Join us with music from Korea, Mainland China, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Iran and beyond!
CUSA (Chinese Undergraduate Student Association) is hosting a trip to Cedar Point on Saturday, September 13th. All students are welcome to join! The ticket includes round-trip bus transportation and park entrance for $69. Get your tickets this week:
Tuesday from 5-8 PM in the lobby of Hubbard Hall
Wednesday from 5-8 in the lobby of Brody Hall
Thursday from 5-8 in the lobby of Case Hall