MSU Today 6/13/12

Russ White talks about MSU’s new urban food systems innovation partnership with the city of Detroit with Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and Metro Food Plus Innovation Cluster Detroit co-director and MSU professor Rick Foster.  Kirk Heinze talks about Ford Motor Company’s latest Blueprint for Sustainability and learns about the Pure Michigan Agriculture Campaign.

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Afterglow 7/8/2012

Live from the Impact studio, it’s time for another night chillin with the Afterglow. I spent the last couple weekends out of town, so it’s good to be back on the air for ya’. I’m posting the playlist live as I go, check it out below!

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Exposure 7/17/12

Sara and Jeff Tow of Through The Blue call in to talk about their 50-mile marathon across Lake Michigan to support postpartum depression awareness. Jake L’Ecuyer of Venture for America is on to discuss the program. MSU Microbiologist Gemma Reguera discusses a new biofuel process project at Michigan State. Shirin Timms of the Refugee Development Center discusses the presence of refugees in Lansing. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring poet Angelina Mosher.

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Afterglow 7/15/2012

The Flashbulb - Opus at the End of Everything

Exerting considerable influence on electromagnetic oscillations which are converted via electroacoustic transducers into sound waves meant to induce relaxation in human subjects. A muggy summer night, let’s chill out a little with some Afterglow. The itinerary of auditory experiences is being updated in real time below.

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City Pulse Live 7/11/12

Walt Sorg and Jerry Ketchum, two Democratic candidates for the 68th District House Seat, discuss the race, the competition, and politics in general. Anne Barna, an Analyst for the Barry-Eaton District Health Department, talks about her new project Community Health Assessment. Aaron Payment, Chairman of the Ste. Saint Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, discusses the possibilities of a Lansing casino.
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College Radio: Still relevant today?

How is college radio remaining relevant?

We share playlists on Spotify. We stream albums from Pitchfork. We create our own stations on Pandora. With all these new ways to discover new music, is college radio still a relevant medium?

Turns out some college stations are fighting to stay ahead of the curve and continue to lead the music industry in innovation. In this piece our Music Director Jesse Wiza talks with Thor Slaughter of KWVA, Erin Ginty of EMI Records, and Bryan VanGelder of CBS Interactive Music Group to find out what’s going on left of the dial.

Exposure 6/26/12

A group of MSU students join us in studio to talk about their journey-turned-documentary “Thrive for Less.” Patrick Ruhlig presents a story about the evolution of dubstep. Senator Rick Jones talks about the ban on synthetic drugs. Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys perform. Jane White from the Human Trafficking Taskforce talks about human trafficking in the state. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Emily Fox.

 

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