The impact music can have on the mind and soul is immense and our appreciation for what music has done for us is just as big. On this week's episode, hosts Shakyra Mabone, Jada Vasser and Anthony Brinson III discuss their love for music and their favorite artists.
What would be a more fitting topic for the show than Broadway? Host Liz Nass and features reporter Hannah Woehrle talk about their experiences in the theater, as well as what they're most excited for in the upcoming season.
Host Lily Guiney breaks down a flurry of news from last week, including a new Strange Matter location at the MSU Union, a walk-out in protest of gun violence and fresh details surrounding the search for Michigan State University's new president.
With the return of pivotal pieces like Tyson Walker and Malik Hall, things are still looking bright for MSU basketball in the offseason so far. Host Bella Johnson and women's basketball reporter Nick Lundberg talk what their return means for the 2023-24 season and how the team is shaping up overall.
Hosts Anthony Brinson III, Jada Vasser and Shakyra Mabone have copy chief Claire Grant on the pod to discuss growing up in different situations, both geographical and financially, and how those experiences shape your perspective.
Host Liz Nass and spotlight reporter Dina Kaur discuss their favorite and least favorite celebrity couples — from Joe Alwyn and Taylor Swift to Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson — on this week's episode. In addition, they answer the age old question of every celebrity relationship: Was it true love or just good public relations?
Spring storms have come to East Lansing and with them a lot of news to talk about. Host Lily Guiney recaps last week's news, including a student movement for MSU to divest from weapons manufacturers, a fatal crash and questions surrounding disabled students amid evacuations.
Host Bella Johnson is joined by BTN Student U broadcaster Marin Klein this week to discuss the big news around MSU athletics, including a new women's basketball head coach, hockey roster changes and other updates.
On this week's episode, hosts Shakyra Mabone, Jada Vasser and Anthony Brinson III discuss mental health in the Black community, as well as their personal journeys and methods to cope when things get tough.
MSU experienced its first spring storm of the year on April 5, 2023. The Red Cedar River flooded throughout campus, causing closed sidewalks and parking lots. Students rushed between classes to avoid the showers.
It's the episode you all have been waiting for! Host Liz Nass and entertainment reporter Jaden Beard debate the matchups for their first celebrity fight bracket and determine who would win in a metaphorical or literal fight.
After the tragedy on Feb. 13, the MSU Union is set to reopen today and some students are ready to welcome it back. Host Lily Guiney is here to discuss the reopening, as well as a new rule that may conflict with MSU Athletics' nearly nine million dollar deal with Caesars Sportsbook.
Former Sports Round Table host Nick Lundberg hosts this weeks episode with men's basketball reporter Alex Faber, discussing the future of Spartan men's basketball, as well as a little reminiscing about Nick's tenure on the podcast.
While living the Black experience everyday, many of our best and worst experiences come from our hair — it can be our biggest form of confidence, but also showcase our biggest insecurities. Hosts Jada Vasser, Shakyra Mabone and Anthony Brinson III dive into everything that comes with Black hair on this week's episode.