Thursday on Lake Effect:
A Milwaukee university extends a helping hand to students with autism spectrum disorders to help them navigate the college experience. Then we learn how the Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers focuses specifically on bike use and more frequent exercise among the people it serves. Plus the MSO’s principal violist Robert Levine reveals why he chose the viola all those years ago.
- Amy Van Hecke, associate professor of psychology; Mary Carlson, clinical assistant professor of educational policy and leadership, Marquette University
- Tatiana Maida, Sixteenth Street Healthy Choices Department Manager
- Robert Levine, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra principal violist