Host Lily Guiney discusses the Board of Trustees portrait unveiling ceremony, East Lansing's 'sanctuary city' naming, divestment protests and more.
Host Nick Lundberg and Impact sports contributor Joe DesVergnes meet one last time this semester and discuss the men's basketball team and their loss to Northwestern, players' flaws and more.
Liz Nass and Miranda Dunlap discuss their favorite Twitter tea moments, entertainment picks and culture stories of the semester.
Host Lily Guiney recaps the closure of Quality Dairy Michigan Avenue location, more on Board of Trustee race results, Starbuck Strike in Greater Lansing areas, NAISO's reminder of the history of MSU's land acknowledgment and a climate justice protest at Spartan Stadium.
The duo started with recaps of the Phil Knight Invitational tournament in Portland with the men's and women's basketball teams. Next, Lundberg updates the team's status, and Warren mentions the hockey team's recent success.
Host Griffin Wiles and campus reporter Noah Edgar discuss their experience at MSU. Wiles and Edgar go in depth about their current and past majors, academic journey and their point of view on college.
Host Liz Nass and culture reporter Jaden Beard discuss the Chrisley's tax evasion scandal and question, "Does wealth really matter in reality?" Nass and Beard talk more "Twitter Tea" about The 1975 band member Matty Healy's recent actions during concerts. Moving on, the two go in-depth and discuss Balenciaga's campaign ad controversy.
Moving on to Twitter tea, Nass acknowledges that Twitter is supposed to be shut down. Nass and Woehrle then discuss why shutting down Twitter won't be a wise decision.
Host Lily Guiney recaps Black Students' Alliance's 50th annual Black Power Rally, Michigan's election aftermath and what you need to know and interim president Teresa K. Woodruff's first interview.
Nick Lundberg and recurring guest Impact's sports contributor Carter Frye discuss the women's soccer team's win against Milwaukee during the NCAA tournament and each player's updated status.