Related Program: Current State Current State #167 | September 26, 2013 By Current State • Sep 26, 2013 Related Program: Current State TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 53:15 Today on Current State: Cristo Rey Community Center's new Executive Director; Public Poetry Announcement; MSU Symphony opens new season; Voices of Experience series with 'Eternal General' Frank Kelley; and Banned Books Week. Tags: cs130926MichiganMusicPublic Poetry AnnouncementBook ReviewTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Cristo Rey's new exec looks to do more with less By Current State • Sep 26, 2013 http://www.cristo-rey.com/ Listen Listening... / 16:34 For 45 years, Lansing’s Cristo Rey Community Center has offered health, legal and other services, with an emphasis on Lansing’s Hispanic community. Last week, Cristo Rey welcomed a new Executive Director, whose job will be to do more with less. Public Poetry Announcement: Anne Sexton By Current State • Sep 26, 2013 Wikimedia commons Anne Sexton's "With Mercy for the Greedy" is today's Public Poetry Announcement. Current State's Public Poetry Announcements are read by regular contributor Stephanie Glazier. MSU Symphony opens season with challenging works By Current State • Sep 26, 2013 Wikimedia commons Listen Listening... / 8:55 The first MSU Symphony Orchestra concert of the season is Friday night at Wharton Center. Featured works include Lutoslawski’s Concerto for Orchestra and a clarinet concerto by John Corigliano. Voices of Experience: 'Eternal General', Frank Kelley Part I By Current State • Sep 26, 2013 www.law.msu.edu Listen Listening... / 21:04 Getting better acquainted with extraordinary people is the focus of Current State’s new series, Voices of Experience. Arguably, no one shares Frank J. Kelley’s perspective on Michigan. Book Review: Banned Books Week By Scott D. Southard • Sep 26, 2013 Wikimedia commons Listen Listening... / 3:52 This is Banned Book Week, where once again we stop to think about our first amendment rights and think about the books that are kicked out of our libraries and schools.