The holiday season is upon us and along with it come traditions and customs that may seem strange to anyone on the outside looking in. Impact reporter and International student Santiago Montiel spent some time delving into the topic of just how international students adapt to life in the United States, using his own experiences as well.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU head football coach Mark Dantonio, and they talk with the leader of the Spartan Marching Band John Madden. Scott Westerman shares his Career Quick Reference guide, and we catch up with former Spartan quarterback Kirk Cousins. Read More…
Live from Demonstration Hall at Michigan State University, Kim Vi & the Siblings plays “Eyes on You.” Spartan Sessions hosts MSU-related musical acts for live performances captured on video in various parts of MSU’s campus. Their EP is on the way early next year. Keep an eye out for the band’s EP, scheduled for release early next year. Kim Vi & the Siblings is comprised entirely of MSU College of Music students.
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Brace yourselves, people. It’s about to get meta up in here. Our generation’s obsession with Buzzfeed and Cracked ranked lists is something that John Cusack’s character in High Fidelity would be proud of. Personally, I think they’re a great way to get people pissed off and into heated debates about something as subjective as music.
Yesterday, Rolling Stone magazine released their Top 50 Albums of 2013. Say what you will about RS, but they’re the one of the most accessible and oldest music journals out there. That doesn’t mean we have to like it. Here’s my list of the Top 10 Reasons to Disagree with Rolling Stone’s Top 50 Albums of 2013.
Flashback tonight featured Impact classics – Chelbucket played two hours of oldies that were housed in-studio with an alternative feel. A HUGE thank you to those who gave me their requests. Y’all made my night =) Check out the full playlist here:
Stir It Up – Bob Marley and the Wailers
Fight For Your Right – Beastie Boys
Forever Young – Alphaville
With or Without You – U2
Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
Lips Like Sugar – Echo & The Bunnymen
Acid Witch – (Satanic Faith) Witchfynder Finder
Dark Funeral – The Arrival of Satan’s Empire
Necrophobic – For Those Who Stayed Satanic
This week on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks to MSU professor Susan Linz about her research regarding perceptions regarding female CEOs. She also discusses the Supreme Court case regarding the future of Native American casinos with MSU Law professor Matthew Fletcher and Perl Harbor with MSU History professor Jeff Charnley. Abbie talks with Jeremy Peters of 826Michigan, a non-profit organization that puts on Mittenfest. And lastly, we get a sneak peak into a holiday A Capella concert that will be presented by the Spartan Dischords this Saturday. Read More…
Torch and Twang is back for another four hours of Americana. Tonight, the show adds new music from Grey Reverend, The Show Ponies and more. Plus, concert talk!
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
The Harmed Brothers- When You See Me- Better Days
The Saint Johns- Barricades- Open Water
Bobby Long- Making You Talk- Wishbone Read More…
Tonight on the show we have new holiday songs from Wheesung and Gummy, and KARA! We’ll also hear from Primary’s latest project, as well as the new controversy surrounding the song.
Wheesung & Gummy – “Special Love”
Crying Nut – “Self Happy Christmas and New Year”
Geomeori (Primary and Park Myung Soo) – “I Got C (feat. Gaeko of Dynamic Duo)”
SHINee – “Keeping Love Again”
T-ara – “Day By Day”
G-Dragon – “Who You? (Japanese version)”
Kara – “フレンチキス / French Kiss”