Video: Impact Reel – Fall 2012

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Dig this compilation of videos we made since this time last year.

Audio: Pretty Lights – “Hot Like Dimes”

Exposure 10/23/12

MSU Head Debate Coach Will Repko is on to talk about the 54B District Judge Debate. Impact’s Abbie Newton reports on ASMSU’s hosted debate between Mark Meadows and Andrea Lark regarding the race for 54B District Judge. Impact Reporter Thea Card discusses the change in Michigan’s liquor license processing. Paul Starr, founder of imabeerhound.com, talks about Michigan brewing. Lauren Godlesky, Impact Reporter, discusses MSU’s off-campus leasing season. Christine Greenhow, Assistant Professor in MSU’s College of Education, talks about Twitteracy: Tweeting As A New Literacy Practice. Impact’s Anjana Schroeder reports on international students and finding authentic food. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Angelina Mosher.

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MSU Today 10/19/12

Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with their counterparts from Ann Arbor: U of M President Mary Sue Coleman and Wolverines Athletic Director David Brandon.  And Admiral Dennis McGinn tells Kirk Heinze about the American Council on Renewable Energy

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Spartan Sportswrap 10/18/12

This week Alex and the gang start things off discussing post season baseball and the Detroit Tigers on their way to the World Series. As always they bring you the latest news in Michigan sports from around the state. Listen in every week Live on 88.9 FM from 7:00-8:00 P.M. or here on the web.

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City Pulse Live 10/24/12

Director of Teaching Tolerance, Maureen Costello, calls in to discuss “Mix It Up At School Day”, a day where students sit with others they do not usually talk to, author Steve Miller joins Berl in-studio to talk about topics relevant to his book “Nobody’s Women”, and singer/songwriter Gino Federici expands on his career in Las Vegas as well as other life experiences. Towards the end we hear one of Gino’s songs, “Mambo Italiano.”

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Exposure 10/16/12

MSU Lecturer in Law Phil Pucillo discusses the history of affirmative action in the courts. MSU Professor Roger Baldwin discuss the disappearance of liberal arts schools. Impact’s Lindsay Benson reports on the Izzone Campout and Midnight Madness. Impact Reporter Abbie Newton talks about MSU Homecoming. Impact’s Lauren Godlesky reports on medical marijuana. Artist Ben Arthur comes in to talk about his latest CD and book “If You Look For My Heart.” Exposure welcomes The Bard Owls into the studio.

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Afterglow 10/21/2012

Prepare for two hours of awesome, the Afterglow’s drifting into the airwaves tonight. Still warm enough for the robe and slippers in the studio, so I’m rockin’ ‘em. The playlist goes up live below, so keep your refreshing finger handy!

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City Pulse Live 10/17/12

Jamie Farr calls in to talk to Berl about his role as “Klinger” in the television series “M*A*S*H”, Joan Nelson talks with Andy about her involvement with the Allen Neighborhood Center and the upcoming event “The Big Fuss About Food”, and we hear an interview with the candidates for the LCC Board of Trustees.

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Mutemath Interview

Mutemath gave us some time before their sold out show at The Loft in Lansing, MI. What font are you?

Camera:
Colin Marshall
Brad Kinnan

Interview:
Liz Riesterer

Edit:
Jared Harburn

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