MSU Today April 6 2012

Russ White talks with MSU President Lou Anna Simon about FRIB funding, state funding for higher education, and the “new realities” President Simon says are impacting higher education.  Kirk Heinze shares a couple of his sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes conversations, too. First, Kirk talks with MSU Turfgrass guru Kevin Frank about how the record March warmth is impacting our lawns this spring. And Kirk previews the 2012 Michigan agriculture season with Michigan Farm Bureau President Wayne Wood.

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Win Tickets To The 5th Annual Grand River Gayoje Tonight On The Asian Invasion

KSO Presents: The 5th Grand River Gayoje

Each year here at Michigan State, the Korean Student Organization puts on the Grand River Gayoje.  Roughly meaning “song festival,” the Gayoje is a sort of talent show for local students to show off their musical talent, and a chance for the local community to enjoy some Korean pop culture.  Performances range from the hottest K-pop dance hits to heartfelt ballads, and the KSO members themselves usually provide some entertainment as well.

This year’s Gayoje will be at the Pasant Theatre at the Wharton Center and is on Saturday, April 7th, 2012.  Our very own Asian Invasion host Danny will be performing again, and I can’t wait to see his performance!  Tune into the Asian Invasion tonight from 8 – 10 PM for your chance to win tickets to the Gayoje!

You can check out the trailer for the event here, and tickets can be purchased through the Wharton Center Box Office.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and the show starts at 7 PM!

 

Afterglow 4/1/2012

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Hunx & His Punx @ Lager House

http://youtu.be/Le6Vod8S7LA

Hunx & His Punx…well…here.

Camera:
Colin Marshall
George Henry

Interview:
Jesse Wiza

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George Henry

Exposure 4/3/12

Alison Gass, curator of Contemporary Art at the Broad Art Museum, speaks about the TEDxLansing event.

TEDxMSU was last weekend on Campus. Jeff Jorge talks about the presentation he gave.

Anjana Schroeder gives a presentation on “First Fridays” and getting MSU students to go out to Lansing.

Ryan Miceli presents a feature detailing the current events regarding NASA.

Les Miserables is coming to campus soon, and cast member Max Quinlan speaks about his role and the play in general.

Michigan Storytelling special feature: an Audio Drama by Chris Huffman.

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Spartan Sportswrap 3/26/12

Dave talks about MSU’s recent loss in March Madness as well as the rest of the tournament. Some other topics discussed include the recent charges brought upon the New Orleans Saints, and fights in the NHL.

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The Vibe Talks with JScriptz

Check out The Impact Vibe’s interview with JScripts. The American rapper, producer, and member of the group Straight Flush took the time to speak with the Vibe’s Antonice. Find out more about his flow and what happens when you miss your bus on tour.

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City Pulse Live 3/28

This week we talk all about smoking issues within the Lansing Casino. We discuss it with Virg Benero, Mayor of Lansing, Cynthia Hallett, Executive Director of Americans for Non-Smoker’s Rights, and Roger Martin of Martin Waymire. Jonas Greenberg is on to talk about being gay in the play “Next Fall.” Jame McAloon-Lampman wraps up with a conversation about the 6th Annual Humanitarian Awards.

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