Host Lily Guiney and city reporter Maggie George discuss activism at the State Capitol.
Host Griffin Wiles and guest/host of Houselights Liz Nas discuss problematic celebrities and whether people should separate their art from the artist's controversial views.
This week host Liz Nas reviews John Mulaney's show at The Wharton Center and discusses trending topics such as Queen Elizabeth II, the now King Charles and Trisha Paytas' birth.
Host Lily Guiney recaps monkeypox Q&A, protest at a city council meeting and abortion law update in Michigan. Campus administration reporter Vivian Barrett discusses last Friday's Board of Trustees agenda.
Host Nick Lundberg and football beat reporters Alex Faber and Jenna Malinowski discuss MSU's first football game against Western Michigan University this past week.
Host Griffin Wiles and sports reporter Melanie Soverinsky discuss Greek Life at Michigan State University. Melanie talks about experiences with sorority life and past collaborations with fraternities.
“This is not going to stop at Ukraine,” Tomkiw said. “You have a power-hungry leader just looking to take land that he thinks is his and he's obviously meeting a lot of resistance. But what if he turns to a higher power arsenal to achieve his goals? That's not just going to affect Ukraine. I think the world leaders need to see that this conflict will involve them and just sitting trying to avoid something that's already happened is pointless.”
The State News' 2021 women’s basketball beat reporters Elijah McKown and Jordan Nelson sit down to discuss the upcoming season after covering the team a year ago.