Special feature about college radio by IMPACT’s own Jesse Wiza. Vincent Delgado, a Professor from the Residential College of Arts and Humanities, and Geri Zeldes, a Professor from the School of Journalism, talk about their new project called “The Ave.” Marquette County Commissioner Mike Quayle discusses his proposal to make the Upper Peninsula a separate state. Jessica Koski of the Keewenaw Bay Indian Community alks about sulfide mining in the Upper Great Lakes. Michigan Storytelling features John Gagnon, author of “Lake Superior Profiles: People on the Big Lake.”
We play an interview with Mike Grebner, a candidate for Inham County Drain Commissioner, about the race and current politics.
Joe Grimm of the MSU Journalism Program stops by to discuss his book about bullying and the threat it presents.
We talk to Mike Kolhoff of the Lansing Workers Center about Peckham Industries, salaries, and unions.
Here’s something a little different. Tonight on the afterglow we’re airing our interview with Simon Postford of Shpongle. They’ll be performing this Friday in Detroit at the Majestic Theater, so if you’re into them you may be interested. I’ll be trying to head that way, and some other Impact people will be there too, so post in the comments if you want to meet up!
I’ve got plenty of great music to play after the interview too, so stay tuned for your regularly scheduled Afterglow. Playlist up live below.
Dave discusses Michigan teams and players in the recent draft, as well as the recent slump from the Detroit Tigers. Dave and Megan also catch us up on the racing world.
Folk band, Gun Lake will be in the studio to perform. We will also be talking about the issues facing higher education and the job market for MSU grads. Tune in from 7-8pm.
Dave discusses recent events in Detroit baseball as well as the recent investigations into the NFL.
Tonight from 7-8 learn about how art will take over “The Ave” in East Lansing. Hear from people of the UP on some of the issues they are facing in the great north.
Kirk Heinze talks about the state of agriculture in Michigan with Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Director Keith Creagh, and MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Charles Hasemann, who leads MSU Business Connect and Spartan Innovations. And we learn about this weekend’s Green Street Fair in Plymouth.
Dana Kirk from Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering talked about the university’s plans for an anaerobic digester to aid in creating renewable engergy that can be utilized by MSU.
Mark Fain, frontman of the Ann-Arbor based band Gun Lake, spoke about his band and the concert they along with Frontier Ruckus and Gifts or Creatures will be performing at the Loft Friday May 4th.
Dean of the College of Education Don Heller discussed the rising costs, student loans, and other issues regarding higher education.
Phil Gardener, Director of MSU’s Collegiate Employment and Research Institute, spoke about the current job market for college graduates.
Last Afterglow of the semester! Got some good songs lined up to help turn down the “I’m freaking out” factor of your weekend. Playlist going up live below!