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Exotic Animals Visit Campus

Students “Ooh’ed,” “Aah’ed,” gasped and smiled as they visited with some furry, scaly, or hairless guests on campus Wednesday, Nov 4. Union Board’s Exotic Animals event allowed students to touch or hold animals like chinchillas, foxes, tarantulas [...]

Show Your Best – Coming Soon!

Mark your calendars because something new is coming to Albion this year. This Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the Chamber of Commerce and City Hall are putting on the first ever community trade [...]

Albion Recognizes National Hazing Prevention Week

You may have noticed some of your friends’ Facebook cover photos changing, or perhaps a newly painted rock on Monday. These activities are all due to members of Albion Greek life actively participating in National Hazing [...]

Ode to the Union Board Water Bottle

It comes in many shapes, sizes and colors. It bears many uses, both as a place to hold your favorite beverage, and as a calendar of events to keep you “in the know” throughout the semester. [...]

Brits, Here’s What You Missed this Summer

Though many students called Albion’s campus home for summer programs, jobs or research, a majority of the student body ventured back to their hometowns for a three-month vacation from academics. Regardless of the number of students [...]

Student profile: Sydney Roeder

  Sydney is a sophomore from Midland, Michigan. She is an anthropology and international studies double major with a concentration in the Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service. Sydney is actively involved on campus through her various [...]

Opinion: Are night classes really necessary?

As college students, we frequently attend classes at obscure times of the day. One day we might be up for class at 8 a.m. The next day, our school days might not begin until 2 or [...]

Student Senate releases first student activity fee transparency report

This semester, the Albion College Student Senate Appropriations Committee has released their first bi-annual Student Activity Fee (SAF) Financial Report. The first report outlines the division of funds for various student organizations for the fall 2014 [...]

Humanities labs: liberal arts outside the classroom

Albion College is making some exciting innovations to its curriculum this year by introducing the humanities labs. The labs partner students’ coursework with hands-on projects during the Spring 2015 semester. The college received a $100,000 grant [...]

Food hub and commercial kitchen hope to feed new food economy in Albion

Do the terms “food hub,” “commercial kitchen,” or “business incubator” mean anything to you? The answer is probably not – not yet, that is. This spring and summer, the Albion Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) plans to [...]