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Stateside: Friday, Jan. 21, 2022

On today's show, a University of Michigan student weighed in on the social media frenzy following the removal of Mark Schlissel as president of the university. Then, a former Michigan State University cross country athlete joined us to talk about the prevalence of eating disorders in the world of sports. Plus, a filmmaker discussed his work capturing the story of two beloved piping plovers. Finally, Tammy Coxen and Lester Graham mix up a special non-alcoholic cocktail for Dry January.

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  • Claire Hao, U of M senior and former editor-in-chief at the Michigan Daily
  • Maggie Farrell, former MSU cross country runner and graduate student at Texas State University
  • Bob Dolgan, filmmaker behind the documentary Monty and Rose 2: The World of Monty and Rose.
  • Tammy Coxen, owner of Tammy's Tastings
  • Lester Graham, Michigan Radio environmental reporter

Editor's note: The University of Michigan holds Michigan Radio's license.

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