City Pulse Live 12/12/12

LGBT Legal Project Staff Attorney for ACLU of Michigan, Jay Kaplan, calls in to discuss two cases involving same sex marriages and the involvement of the federal government. Scott Hagerstrom, executive director of Americans for Prosperity of Michigan, also calls in to talk about some of the recent events that transpired at the capital as well as other local politics. Later we hear an interview with mayor Verg Bernaro concerning the consolidation of local governments and the right to work.

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Spartan Sportswrap 12/10/12

Alex has his first guest of the semester Josh Mansour on again. Josh discusses Laveon Bell and the MSU football team as well as other Spartan Sports. David Zuckerman assists and discusses the Detroit Lions as well as other Michigan Sports.

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Afterglow 12/9/2012

Let’s decompress a bit. Semifinals week is over and now we’ve got a city full of students cramming in studying for finals and last-minute projects. We’ll be chilling out for the next couple of hours with tons of good music, so tune in! Playlist going up live below.  Read More…

MSU Today 12/7/12

MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with University Research Corridor Executive Director Jeff Mason.  Kirk Heinze talks with Spartan alumnus and Grand Traverse Pie Company co-founder Mike Busley about buying locally for the holidays and beyond.  And Kirk breaks down Governor Snyder’s recent message on energy and the environment with renewable energy advocate Mark Pischea.  And MSU Sports Medicine’s Dr. Jeff Kovan offers his winter fitness tips.

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