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Q&A: Molly Beauregard talks meditation, education and the power of creativity

Sociology professor Molly Beauregard has taught at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit for 15 years. In 2013, she co-founded Tuning the Student Mind, a foundation sponsored by the Creative Activist Program supporting individuals who use [...]

Report: Interfraternity pledge-fighting ring under investigation

Late Saturday evening, Albion police officers blocked entry to multiple fraternities for investigation of what has now surfaced to be a top secret, inter-fraternal pledge-fighting ring. Rescued pledges, drenched in Natty Light and each others’ tears, [...]

Blues at the Bohm is a hit with College, community

On the first Monday in March, the rhythm of the blues lured an eclectic group of Albion’s community into the Bohm Theater. It all started less than three weeks before when Albion College chemistry professor Dr. [...]

Up your dating game with an Albion twist

When I think “dating” at Albion, three things come directly to mind: third floor Mudd, the unsettling smell of a fraternity and heading to jackson to eat AKA sushi—over and over and over again. I mean, [...]

Four years, 48,000 kilometers: a senior’s reflection on studying abroad

In this competitive economy, college students everywhere are looking to obtain an edge, a unique element, a resume-builder that sets them apart and gives them an advantage. Throughout my college career, I’ve had the opportunity to [...]

Opinion: Obama forgoes bipartisanship for liberal agenda

Late Tuesday evening, President Barack Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union address. His speech aimed to not only outline the White House’s 2015 legislative agenda, but evoke a sense of unity amongst the American [...]