Wednesday, December 8, 2021

The 1909: Peaceful protests against hate on campus, FIJI sexual assault case dismissed

In this week's episode of The 1909, we'll talk about the peaceful protests that happened across campus after a racist incident occurred. We will also be talking about a sexual assault case reported at Phi Gamma Delta that was dismissed by Ingham County Prosecutors.

Welcome to The 1909, the podcast that takes an in-depth look at The State News' biggest stories of the week, while bringing in new perspectives from the reporters who wrote them.


The 1909 Team

Podcast coordinator: Anna Liz Nichols

Host: Haley Sinclair

Segment 1: Racial hate incident on Michigan State's campus being investigated

Guest: Sara Tidwell

Producer: Haley Sinclair and Katie Kelley

Segment 2: MSU Sona survey features racist content, President Stanley responds

Guest: Wendy Guzman

Producer: Haley Sinclair and Katie Kelley

Segment 3: Ingham County dismissed FIJI sexual assult case

Guest: Hannah Brock

Producer: Haley Sinclair and Evan Jones

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Recorded and edited by: Anna Liz Nichols

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