Sportswrap 01/2/11

MSU’s Outback Bowl win. Penn State, Northwestern and Iowa fall short.  A look ahead at the Sugar Bowl. MSU Basketball defeats Indiana and a weigh in on the Lions chances against the saints.

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Sportswrap 12/26/11

The Detroit Lions will head to the playoffs for the first time in nearly a decade.  A look ahead to the MSU vs. Georgia football game and the beginning of MSU Men’s basketball conference play. And finally, the NBA returns. Breakdowns of the Lakers vs. Bulls and the Mavericks vs. the Heat.

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Tonight on Exposure

From 7-8pm we will be talking about how a recent MSU alum spent the last year drinking one cup of coffee with a stranger every week. Also, learn about Ebonics in education and hear from the new mayor of East Lansing.

The Top 10 K-Pop and K-Indie Songs of 2011

 

Girls Generation blew up worldwide this year with their hit “The Boys”

Each year here at WDBM, the station staff votes for our favorite songs of the past year.  I love year-end lists, and usually have no trouble contributing my votes, however when I looked at the hundreds of songs that have been added to The Impact’s daily rotation in the past year, I couldn’t find more than a few songs that I had even heard.

Sure, I’ve become somewhat discouraged with indie music – how can you not with band names like “Girls,” “Boat,” “Yuck,” or “Wire?”  But this isn’t to say that indie rock isn’t good enough; it’s simply that in 2011, K-pop has become more relevant than ever.  I’ve been immersed in it completely, and it’s highly addictive.  If you’ve heard about the Korean Wave or K-pop and are wondering what it’s all about, keep reading.  If you are more into indie music and would rather die than listen to pop music, KEEP READING.

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MSU Today 12/16/11

Mitch Albom’s 12/10/11 MSU commencement address, inspiring MSU alumna Brittany Fox on Thai Song Fair Trade, MSU Beyond Coal Campaign president Talya Tavor.

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City Pulse 12/14/11

Jay Kaplan, staff attorney for the ACLU of Michigan’s LGBT Legal Project discusses HB 4770 and its potential implications; Rob South discusses his guest column in this week’s issue of City Pulse on a forthcoming Grand River Avenue/Michigan Avenue corridor study; Jerry Ambrose, Lansing’s finance director, on leaving his post to join the Emergency Manager team in Flint; and Joan Nelson, executive director of the Allen Neighborhood Center, on a new year-round farmers market and community kitchen coming to the Eastside Neighborhood.

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