The WGVU Morning Show

Weekly we focus on the work of area individuals and organizations advancing inclusion and equity in our community. This morning we speak with representatives from the Grand Valley State University Office of Multicultural Affairs. In studio are Assistant Director’s, Juanita Davis and Adriana Almanza. Joining the discussion is WGVU Grants Manager, Steve Chappell. This weekly radio segment is part of a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.  

Deana Weibel

Jul 19, 2019
Deana Weibel
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GVSU Professor Deana Weibel has conducted extensive research on space exploration and religion. We talk about her expertise as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Community Connections with a West Michigan leader...from the Corner Office, featuring EHTC's David Echelbarger this morning

The Weather Channel's Storm Tracker Jim Cantore joins TMS to talk about Hurricane Season, storm readiness, and the predictions for the rest of the year.

Author Andrew Lawler

Jul 19, 2019

Author Andrew Lawler is in town and joins us this morning to address the audience at Books and Mortar for his national bestseller ‘The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke.’

The Muskegon Health Disparities Coalition hosts a free movie screening of Unnatural Causes:  Episode 1, In Sickness and in Wealth on August 1 at the Harbor Cinema, followed by a discussion. We talk about the details with Alexis Dye.

Kent County Youth Fair
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The Kent County Youth Fair kicks off in early August and this morning we have guests in studio to talk about it.

Manager Valerie Maciejewski talks about opportunities that exist to get involved as a volunteer at the Frederick Meijer Gardens.

Summer Hydration

Jul 18, 2019
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Exercise Physiologist Dr. Todd Buckingham from Mary Freebed joins us to talk about how best to stay safe and hydrated in extreme heat.

Lions Club Car Show

Jul 18, 2019

Don't miss a pretty important Car show this Saturday on behalf of the Grand Rapids Lions. Dr. Pat Droste, Opthalmologist, joins us to talk about it.

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