Lions and Tiger and Spartans! Oh my!
Impact street team will be playing Plinko and trivia for giveaways:
- Monday, August 29th:
- SBS from about noon until 3 p.m.
- U-Fest at the Union from about 7 – 10 p.m.
- Tuesday, August 30th:
- Comm Arts Meet Your College from 8:30-9:30 a.m. (ouch!)
- Sparticipation at Munn Field from about 5-8 p.m.
MSU Board of Trustee Dianne Byrum, MSU AgBioResearch Director Steve Pueppke, MSU Department of Radiology Emeritus Director Dr. E. James Potchen.
For Impact 89FM, my name is J.Wiz, and we are here at the Intersection in Grand Rapids with two friends from Tally Hall, guys, why don’t you introduce yourselves for us.
Zubin Sedghi (blue tie): I’m Z-intellect.
Ross Federman (gray tie) : I’m Ross, I don’t have a DJ name.
Z: You actually do have a DJ name!
F: ..I do have a DJ name.
This week on Sportswrap Dave and Megan talk Detroit Tigers, Lions and MSU Football.
This week on City Pulse Lansing City Council member/candidate Carol Wood.Lansing local and drag queen Justin Derke. We also hear from Michigan Institute of Contemporary Art President Terry and Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council Director Julie Po.
Dave and Megan give us the Big Ten Breakdown
This week on City Pulse Lansing City Council candidate Rory Neuner and Councilman/candidate Derrick Quinney. Berl talks with Mlive.com editor Bill Emkow. We also hear from Greater Lansing Housing Coalition Executive Director Katherine Draper.
This week on Exposure we speak with MSU professors who are launching a new field of water research. Randy Scott comics bibliographer to talk about MSU extensive comic collection. We talk with songstress Suzy Boggus, author of the American Folk Songbook. This weeks Michigan Storytelling Segment features Author Steve Amick.
Astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson, MSU alumni career services director John Hill, Detroit Free Press environmental reporter Tina Lam.