MSU Today with Russ White

Sundays at 4 p.m. on AM 870

MSU Today is a lively look at MSU-related people, places, events and attitudes put into focus by Russ White.  Conversations with Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis are featured, too.  And Dr. Kirk Heinze shares his sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes conversations.  MSU Alumni Association leader Scott Westerman shares his observations on living the Spartan Life.

MSU Today | January 24, 2016

Jan 24, 2016

Kirk Heinze broadcasts from the Michigan Agribusiness Association’s winter conference.  And we learn about farmers who are applying just the right amount of fertilizers and herbicides and doing so only when necessary.

MSU Today | January 17, 2016

Jan 17, 2016

Detroit Free Press automotive critic Mark Phelan talks about the state of the automotive industry on opening weekend for the NAIAS.  And a conversation on climate change and its impact on our national security.

MSU Today | January 10, 2016

Jan 10, 2016

The state and future of Michigan’s robust Christmas tree industry, celebration details for MSU’s 2016 MLK Day celebrations, all about the university’s Land Management office, and a conversation with MSU admissions director Jim Cotter.

MSU Today | January 3, 2016

Jan 3, 2016

Kirk Heinze talks with former Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell about Heartwell's experience at the December 2015 climate conference in Paris.  And Heartwell talks about his sustainable legacy as one of America's greenest mayors.  Jennifer Orlando shares the details of MSU's 2016 MLK Day celebrations.  And Russ White talks with MSU alumni Bob Skandalaris and Susan Goldberg.

MSU Today | December 27, 2015

Dec 27, 2015

Russ White talks with MSU alumna and National Geographic editor in chief Susan GoldbergKirk Heinze talks sustainability initiatives in Lansing, too, with Judi Brown Clarke and about the Museum of Science and Industry’s Future Energy Chicago exhibit.  Then, President Simon talks with College of Engineering dean Leo Kempel.  And