This week on Exposure hear a panel of gay military vets talk about the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Emily speaks with Peter Briggs the Director of the OISS about MSU’s increase in international students. Also, the rise of poverty in the US, how Illinois is eating carp to fight hunger and the history of puns.
This week’s Exposure dedicated to all of the positive movements to revitalize Detroit. Directors of Live-Work Detroit talk about their project. Emily shares stories about art, urban agriculture, film and music. Also, readings about Detroit from John Gallagher, William Langford and Max Katsarelus.
This week on Sportswrap Dave and Megan talk MSU’s victory over CMU and U of M football. Also, listen in for a discussion of the Lions 3-0 start and the Tigers division win.
Dave and Megan give an in depth autopsy of the Spartan loss to Norte Dame and look ahead to the CMU game next week. Hear discussion about the Tigers division win and their playoff chances, in addition to the controversial knock out in the Ortiz Mayweather fight.
MSU’s President Lou Anna Simon and Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with their counterparts from the University of Michigan – President Mary Sue Coleman and Athletic Director David Brandon. And they talk climate change with MSU professor and state climatologist for Michigan Jeff Andresen and longtime Detroit TV meteorologist Jerry Hodak.
Berl talks Oliver Towers with Randy Hannan and Lisa Webb Sharpe. The show also features Medical Marijuana Attorney Thom LaVigne and LSO conductor Timothy Muffitt.
Former Michigan Govoner Jennifer Granholm talks poltics with Berl. Jake Distel and Susan Whitall are also featured on the show.
O’Leary Paint CEO David O’Leary, MSU men’s and women’s golf coaches Casey Lubahn and Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll, MSU Police communications director Florene McGlothian-Taylor.