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Locally Owned Sandwich Shop to Open, Highlight Fresh Food, Albion History

By Sadhna Ramanathan   Move over Subway, there’s a new sandwich shop coming to town: the Forks Sandwich Eatery. “We’re a local family-owned and operated casual sandwich restaurant,” said owner Tom Maddux. “We’re hoping to entice [...]

My First Kiss Went a Little Like This

By Rachel Barry Kissing is everywhere: that couple next to you on the subway, your parents before they head off to work and your favorite actors on the movie screen. But have you ever wondered, why [...]

Opposites Attract or Oxytocin Attracts?

By Sadhna Ramanathan Love at first sight, opposites attract, meant for each other: all of these clichés can be equated to chemical reactions. So yes, Riri, it really is Love on the Brain. “It’s thought that [...]

President Ditzler on Borders, Principles and the Need for Meaningful Action

  Guest Piece by President Mauri Ditzler   These are interesting, challenging and confusing days in America. For many, a new administration’s policies have them wondering where they fit into America and concerned about what America [...]

Opinion: Jabrill Peppers Should Top Everyone’s Heisman Shortlist

By Tyler Schingeck When Jabrill Peppers signed his letter of intent with the University of Michigan in the spring of 2013, it was no surprise he received comparisons to an all-time Michigan football great, Charles Woodson. According [...]

Yesterday’s News: Today’s Place To Be

by Sadhna Ramanathan Knick-knacks, novelties, ornaments, baubles, curios and more, you can find them all at at Albion’s own antique store downtown, Yesterday’s News. In order to ring in the holiday season and parade, they are [...]