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Exposure 10.29.14

Exposure 10.29.14

October 28, 2014


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This week, new host Quin Hoffman takes over the show with a new Sexposure. Panelists discuss all things sex education and the impact that early education has on individuals. Sexposure will be back at the end of November. Follow our twitter account to stay up to date. Read More »...

Opening New Doors to Classical Music with the Lansing Symphony

Opening New Doors to Classical Music with the Lansing Symphony

October 17, 2014


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By Daniel Rayzel On Sunday, October 19th, the Lansing Symphony will continue its chamber music series with its second installment, “Cornucopia.” The concert will feature music by classical composers Joseph Haydn and Johannes Brahms with performances by Janine Gaboury, Stephen Foster, and Valeri...

Audiences Are “Falling Slowly” in Love with “Once”

Audiences Are “Falling Slowly” in Love with “Once”

October 17, 2014


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By Audrey Matusz Tony award winning Broadway musical, Once, has arrived to the Wharton Center to tell audiences a classic when “Guy Meets Girl” story that is everything but traditional. Read More »...

Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle CD Release

Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle CD Release

October 10, 2014


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By Daniel Rayzel On Saturday, October 11th, the REO town district will be hosting an album release party for The Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle’s (LUVS) upcoming album, ”Dream Machine.” REO Town President, Ryan Wert, describes the upcoming event as a combination of a “CD release s...

Marijuana decriminalization in East Lansing is put on hold

Marijuana decriminalization in East Lansing is put on hold

September 25, 2014


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By Aaron Martinez ---UPDATE--- On Monday September 29th, Ingham County Circuit Court Judge James Jamo ruled that the East Lansing petition to decriminalize use and possession of up to one ounce of marijuana for adults 21 years or older should move forward on the November 2014 ballot. This decision...

‘Fairchild Fanfare’ Properly Celebrates Renovations

‘Fairchild Fanfare’ Properly Celebrates Renovations

September 19, 2014


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By Audrey Matusz On Sept. 13, The Fairchild Theatre was an overflowing melting pot of American jazz tunes, German chamber music, Italian opera, and other worldly sounds to kick off the new concert year and properly celebrate the theatre’s recent renovation. As part of the Michigan State Fede...

REO Town: Beware of the Art

REO Town: Beware of the Art

September 5, 2014


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Here at the Impact, we want to bring you the best events and activities in the Mid-Michigan area all year, so stay up to date with the Impact89FM News team be the first to hear about what’s happening in your community. REO Town is a district directly south of downtown Lansing that has become a hub fo...

East Lansing City Council Approves Taxi Authority

East Lansing City Council Approves Taxi Authority

September 4, 2014


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By Aaron Martinez During Tuesday's East Lansing City Council meeting, the assembly approved a municipal partnership agreement to create the Greater Lansing Taxi Authority. The partnership with the City of Lansing aims to create a single unified set of regulations to help protect both riders and driv...

VIDEO PREMIERE: Impact Goes to Common Ground

VIDEO PREMIERE: Impact Goes to Common Ground

Dakota Johnston

July 18, 2014


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Last week at Common Ground, we sent out some of our reporters to capture what Common Ground is all about. Check out their hilarious interviews with the public in our newest video!

Exposure 6.03.14: Equality

Exposure 6.03.14: Equality

June 3, 2014


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For the Equality episode of Exposure, host Steven Rich brings forward a wide range of issues.  Zach Wahls, the Co-Founder of Scouts for Equality, a gay-rights scouting organization, called in to discuss the impact of the Boy Scouts of America's policy on gay members and leaders. MSU Professor and es...

Exposure 5.27.14: Life After Graduation

Exposure 5.27.14: Life After Graduation

May 27, 2014


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Host Steven Rich discusses what happens after the undergrad fun ends with experts Dr. Phil Gardner, Executive Director of the MSU Career Services Network and Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute, Charles Ballard, Professor of Economics at MSU, and recent graduate Hannah Duke. Reporter...

Unpaid internships on the mind of students, workplace alike

Unpaid internships on the mind of students, workplace alike

Gabby Saldivia

May 27, 2014


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Unpaid internships have been on the minds of students and the media; with news organizations such as New York Times, CBS and NBC reporting on the fairness of the free work. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs gets personal insight on what exactly unpaid internships entail for college undergrads. ...

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