Grab your controllers and your headsets, it's time to play the game (brownie points if you get the WWE reference too). This week, we're gonna talk about all things game related from our favorite gaming systems, favorite gaming franchises and more.
Join us on this week's episode of Houselights to talk about a myriad of topics, from the story of Gypsy Rose to the rap beef between Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj to learning how to peel an orange. Hope you guys enjoy this one!
We're back once again and this time, with a new format. In the future, we will have different guests on to talk about all things MSU sports-related and mainstream sports related. This week, we discuss MSU men's and women's basketball victories against University of Michigan, the NFL's NFC and AFC Championship games and more this week, as you take a seat at the table with us.
1909 host Alex Walters welcomes back frequent guest Theo Scheer to discuss common misconceptions about what can and can't be reported to MSU's Title IX office, as well as reporting on the after action review of MSU's response to the February campus shooting.
Turn the lights on, we're back! Our "founding father" of the Houselights podcast, Liz Nass, is back along side her guest Gabi Yeary to talk about female rage and the ins and outs of girl code.
The 1909 is back for the first episode of 2024. Join us this week as our host Alex Walters brings on reporters Owen McCarthy and Emilio Perez Ibarguen to discuss Michigan State's faculty union and the university's upcoming plans for the one-year anniversary of the MSU Feb. 13 shooting.
We couldn't end the semester without a bang. We have a packed episode full of news this week, including information on the Credit-No Credit grading policy for MSU students and an insightful reflection from Administration Reporter Theo Scheer to wrap up all of our coverage from this semester and more.
One of the best forms of relaxing is binge watching or binge reading. In this episode, hosts Shakyra Mabone, Jada Vasser and Anthony Brinson III will talk about their favorite Black TV shows, movies or books and discuss the impact it had on them growing up or even the impact it still has on them till this day.
We're pleased to make our return to The State News podcast network after a long break. With MSU men's and women's basketball season thriving and MSU football getting a new coach, we have a lot of catching up to do.