The WGVU Morning Show

We discuss Youth Exchange and Study (YES) and the Congress Bundestage Youth Exchange scholarship program. Dawn Martinson and Katharina Schuster are our guests.

Nana's Run

Apr 11, 2017
Nana's Run

Nana's Run is a fundraiser for ALS. It’s a run/walk named for Nana Vanderlaan. The Co-Chairs, Cassandra Thorndill and Sydney DeVos, join us to talk details.

Finding Your Style

Apr 11, 2017

Finding Your Style with Amanda Deppe and Mary Leslie from the Leslie Studio sharing tips and practical advice on personal and professional style. Today's topic: “Shifting our Perspective.”

Telling Your Story

Apr 11, 2017

Telling Your Story, a monthly conversation brought to us by partners from St. Ann's, Porter Hills, Clark and Emmanuel Hospice. Today we hear from Sheila Bartle, lifelong educator and creator of GiveVoice.

Local First

Apr 11, 2017
Local First

Guests from Local First talk about the first Measure What Matters Workshop coming in May.  Mieke Stoub joins us.

Naturally Speaking

Apr 11, 2017
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Naturally Speaking with Mark Harvey, state archivist with the Michigan History Center.

Creating the Future

Apr 10, 2017
Kendall College

Kendall College of Art and Design presents the conversation, “Creating the Future:  Explore the History of Design-Based Education in America.” Ken Krayer and Scott Bultman join us to share the details.

Susan Shannon and guests join the Morning Show to discuss what's happening at the Children's Assessment Center and its mission to protect kids of Kent County as a Darkness to Light Partner in Prevention.

Michigan Wildlife Council

The Michigan Wildlife Council presents its latest campaign, a first effort to help educate Michiganders about the importance of wildlife conservation and more. We speak with Jim Hammill this morning.

The Westside Stride

Apr 10, 2017

The Westside Stride is a free community pub run/walk, with a unique inclusiveness and casual approach to fitness. Jessica Slaydon joins us this morning to talk about it.

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