Thursday, July 2, 2020

The 1909: College affordability featuring generational wealth and inexpensive places to drink in East Lansing

November 25, 2019

In this week's episode of The 1909, our Administration Reporter Karly Graham gave insight on what college affordability means for some students at Michigan State University. Campus Reporter Wendy Guzman explains the importance of generational wealth and what it means for college-age students. Copy Chief Alan Hettinger shares his list of inexpensive bars in East Lansing.

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: Kaitlyn Kelley

Segment 1: College affordability: How managing expenses takes a toll on students

Guest: Karly Graham

Producer: Alan Hettinger

Segment 2: Where to drink without draining the bank: Inexpensive East Lansing bars

Guest: Alan Hettinger

Producer: Karly Graham

Segment 3: 'Students now simply don't face that reality': Why acquiring generational wealth is an issue today

Guest: Wendy Guzman

Producer: Griffin Wiles

Recorded and edited by: Anna Liz Nichols

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