MSU Today April 13 2012

US Senator Debbie Stabenow talks about clean energy and clean water, Be Spartan Green’s Jennifer battle on MSU’s Energy Transition Plan, MSU alumna Marci Fitch on community sustainability at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, MSU Alumni Association leader Scott Westerman talks with MSU alumna Brittany Fox about her Thai Song Fair Trade Project.

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City Pulse Live 4/4

Berl talks with Myra and Charles Ford from the Lansing Board of education about education issues in Lansing.

Brian Jeffries, President of Lansing City Council, is on to discuss Lansing general politics.

Joan Bauer, State Representative, calls in to talk about stem cell research.

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Afterglow 4/8/2012

Happy Easter everyone! This DJ was spending the evening with family, so the Afterglow was a rerun of my show from March 11. Rest assured that there’s fresh music on the way next week!

Hunx & His Punx @ Lager House

http://youtu.be/Le6Vod8S7LA

Hunx & His Punx…well…here.

Camera:
Colin Marshall
George Henry

Interview:
Jesse Wiza

Edit:
George Henry

City Pulse Live 4/11

Host Berl Schwartz discusses the MLive vs. LSJ topics with Ex. Director of Michigan Press Association Mike McLaren and Ari Adler, Press Secretary to the House Speaker.

Dan Hartley and Jake Petchel stop by to talk about the Capital City Film Festival this weekend.

We talk to Judah Friedlander, who plays “Frank Rossitano” on 30 Rock, about the show, his stand-up act, and his performance coming this Friday.

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Tonight on Exposure

From 7-8pm the team at Olin Health Center are in to host Sexposure. This week’s topic: Relationships. Call in to join the conversation at 517-432-3893.

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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