MSU Today March 2, 2012

MSU’s President Lou Anna Simon and Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU Provost Kim Wilcox and with Impact Radio’s Gary Reid and Emanuele Berry. Jim Peck shares a Spartan Saga on MSU alumna Gail Tavill of ConAgra Foods.

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Spartan Sportswrap 2/27/12

This sportswrap, Dave talks about our MSU boys basketball team. Other topics include the Redwings and Pistons, as well as updates on The Daytona 500 and ex-Tiger Joel Zumaya. 2-27-12

Video: Elliot Street Lunatic @ The Loft

http://youtu.be/aplACpWZP9g

Elliot Street Lunatic released their sophomore album, Ghost Town Lullabies in late January. The release show was a bit of a paradox though, as this was the last time the original members would play together. Thanks to ESL for allowing us to capture such a great moment.

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Colin Marshall
Matt Radick
Derek Berggren
Jeff Makarauskas

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Afterglow 2/26/2012

Another Sunday night, another awesome episode of the Afterglow. Giving away our third and final copy of Le Voyage Dans la Lune. We’re also back in business with a brand new array of working CD players! Alright! Full playlist below.

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Video: The Front Bottoms Interview @ MSU

http://youtu.be/JvER26AgKeM

The Front Bottoms were cool enough to share embarrassing tour stories, how they categorize themselves musically, and what the hell does that band name mean, anyway?

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Colin Marshall
Jenny Berggren
Kirk Mason

Interview:
Jesse Wiza

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Kirk Mason
Colin Marshall

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Exposure 2/28/12

The Ron Paul rally is recapped. The band “East Harvest” performs in studio. Former MSU band “Frontier Ruckus” is highlighted.

An interview with Mohammed Khalil of the Department of Religious Studies and Frank Ravitch of the Department of Law discuss the role of religion in politics.

Michigan Storytelling features Mary Quade.

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City Pulse Live 2/22/12

Host Berl Schwartz plays an interview with Barb Byrum, state representative for Michigan, about the possibilities and implications of register deeds in Ingham County.

Kelly Rossman-McKinney, a P.R. Executive, calls in to discuss the Lansing Casino and her resignment from the board of directors of Lansing Economy Development Corporation.

Berl gets Eric Schertzing, Ingham County Treasurer, Dr. Thomas Baumann, a physicist at MSU, and Kyle Melinn of City Pulse all together to discuss the school bond issue and the closing of the Red Cedar School.

The presidential primary is also discussed.

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New Breed and the Future of Jay Park

Jay Park


Jay Park, formerly known as Park Jaebeom of 2PM, just released New Breed, his first full-length studio album as a solo artist.  New Breed is more than just a debut as a solo artist; it’s a symbol of all the hardships of being a K-pop artist in the spotlight, and Park’s personal expression.

After training hard for years, JYP Entertainment debuted brother groups 2PM and 2AM in September of 2008.  2PM was always the flashier, dance-driven group while 2AM focused on ballads, bringing 2PM into the spotlight and into the hearts of millions of tween girls around the world.

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MSU Today 02-24-12

Inspiring and courageous Spartan gymnast Kathryn Mahoney and her coach Kathie Klages talk with MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis. Simon & Hollis also talk with the dean of sports broadcast journalism in mid-Michigan, Tim Staudt.

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