Exposure host Abbie Newton talks to Michigan State University Economics professor Ron Fisher about the economics and business behind the NCAA Tournaments.
MSU senior Logan Stark is not your typical student. He served as a Marine Sniper in 3 deployments, one of which was in Afghanistan. Since his return he has taken up biking as a way to mentally and physically heal from the war. In doing so, he discovered a way he could help fellow veterans rehabilitate through a program called Ride to Recovery. Exposure host Abbie Newton spoke with him about the project and its potential impact.
“I can’t believe Mercer beat Duke! A 11 seed beating a 3 seed? I had Blue Devils going all the way to the Final Four! My bracket is ruined!”
If you can’t read the above sentence, we have bad news. You can’t sports. Don’t worry! This means you haven’t succumbed to March Madness. Unfortunately, we have bad news again. Everyone will think you’re an ignorant hipster until March Madness is over. Don’t worry again! The Impact’s music experts have handcrafted a Rosetta Stone of sorts that will translate your useless skill of liking good music into the totally useful skill of being able to talk about sports with other people! Sing along to the music, and watch your sports knowledge grow!
Playlist by Stacey Karl
Written by Kevin Glide
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Tonight, Torch and Twang brings you concert previews for Noah Gundersen and Lindi Ortega, plus new music from Chuck Ragan, The Baseball Project, Chuck Mead and more!
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
6 String Drag- Bottle of Blues- High Hat
Cahalen Morrison & Eli West- Livin’ in America- I’ll Swing My Hammer with Both My Hands
Todd Snider- Brenda- Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables Read More…
Mayday is playing live tonight in Chicago! We’ll hear from them and others tonight!
Korean indie rockers Love X Stereo will be playing at the Pike Room in Pontiac tomorrow night — Tuesday, March 25th, get your tickets here!
The Office for International Students and Scholars is looking for Globie Awards nominees. If you know someone who has distinguished themselves with service to the international community, nominate them here!
Every once in a while, you come across a unique performer, comedian or musician. That is exactly what happened to when Exposure Director Abbie Newton found Riders in the Sky, a western cowboy quartet. She sat down with Ranger Doug to talk about western music, comedy and yodeling.
Host Abbie Newton brings you the economics behind the NCAA Tournaments. She speaks with MSU Economics professor, Ron Fisher, about the business of the NCAA Tournaments. She talks with MSU student Madeline Valentine about biking across the United States for Bike N’ Build. Veteran Marine sniper Logan Stark visits the studio to talk about a new biking rehabilitation program he is bringing to East Lansing. Later on the show, we talk about the Sexual Assault Intervention Team using skydiving as a way to raise money and help people overcome sexual assault. Abbie ends the show with a little Western music as she speaks with Ranger Doug from Riders in the Sky.
If you haven’t heard, Thee Oh Sees went on a short-lived “hiatus” while John Dwyer moved to L.A. Fortunately, they recently announced they would be releasing a new album, Drop, April 19th. Our Jam of the Day is “The Lens” a track from the upcoming album on Dwyer’s label, Castle Face. Get ready to enter an animated tripped out dream utopia.
Something about this new video from The Coathangers that just isn’t quite right, but I can’t put my finger on it…. You can grab their new album, Suck My Shirt at The Lager House when they play with Audacity, April 13th.
March Madness is upon us and The Pact has you covered.
MSU basketball is front and center with both the men’s and women’s tournaments, as Spartan Nation has its eyes fixed on two national titles.
Fino, Faith and Austin open the show with an analysis of the men’s run thus far. Who has stepped up in the clutch, and who needs to show more? These three break it down.