Posts by: Ed Glazer
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Dana Kirk from Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering talked about the university’s plans for an anaerobic digester to aid in creating renewable engergy that can be utilized by MSU.
Mark Fain, frontman of the Ann-Arbor based band Gun Lake, spoke about his band and the concert they along with Frontier Ruckus and Gifts or Creatures will be performing at the Loft Friday May 4th.
Dean of the College of Education Don Heller discussed the rising costs, student loans, and other issues regarding higher education.
Phil Gardener, Director of MSU’s Collegiate Employment and Research Institute, spoke about the current job market for college graduates.
Gary Moran, director of the MSU museum talked about Rachel Carson’s groundbreaking book “Silent Spring”.
Michigan environmental activist Lynn Henning spoke about Earth Day and other environmental topics.
The MSU Energy Transition Plan is discussed with Jennifer Battle of the Office of Campus Sustainability.
A Representative of the Sierra Club talked about fracking.
The topic tonight is relationships.
Alison Gass, curator of Contemporary Art at the Broad Art Museum, speaks about the TEDxLansing event.
TEDxMSU was last weekend on Campus. Jeff Jorge talks about the presentation he gave.
Anjana Schroeder gives a presentation on “First Fridays” and getting MSU students to go out to Lansing.
Ryan Miceli presents a feature detailing the current events regarding NASA.
Les Miserables is coming to campus soon, and cast member Max Quinlan speaks about his role and the play in general.
Michigan Storytelling special feature: an Audio Drama by Chris Huffman.
An MSU panel of experts (Harry Perlstadt, Saundra Schneider, and Len Fleck) discuss the Supreme Court hearing over Obama’s health care plan and the issues surrounding health care.
John Elsinga, Delhi Township Manager, speaks about the township’s effort to convert its waste into power.
TEDxMSU presenter Alex Galarza talks about the TEDxMSU event being held at the Business College.
Alex Michael presents a feature on the lives of international students at MSU.
Glenn Stutzky from the School of Social Work talks about the new class, “Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse”.
Carmen Maret of Folias Music talks about tango music and the adventures surrounding the genre and performances.
Steve Tomioh of the Rosebud Lakota reservation in South Dakota speaks about the music of the Lakota culture.
MSU Professor of Anthropology Monir Moniruzzaman informs us of his research into organ trafficking in Bangladesh.
Olin Health Center comes in to host Sexposure. The topic: Fetishes
The Ron Paul rally is recapped. The band “East Harvest” performs in studio. Former MSU band “Frontier Ruckus” is highlighted.
An interview with Mohammed Khalil of the Department of Religious Studies and Frank Ravitch of the Department of Law discuss the role of religion in politics.
Michigan Storytelling features Mary Quade.
Kevin Barnes speaks about his band “Of Montreal” and their new album. Local band Those Willows perform in studio.
Two MSU students talk about the medical condition Synethesia, a blending of the senses, and how it impacts their lives.
MSU Provost Kim Wilcox speaks about changes MSU is making to help students graduate on time.
Special feature, “What is Art” by Nick Oren.
Tonight on Exposure the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle perform live.
John Kinch & Julie Powers speak about the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability.
Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus of the University of Arizona, speaks about the topic of environmental sustainability. Rita Chapman of the Sierra Club speaks about the controversies of hydrofracking.