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Photos: New community park opens

On Saturday, Sept. 13, members of the Albion community and representatives from Albion College gathered to celebrate the opening of Collaboration Corner, Albion’s newest park. The park, located at the corner of Michigan Ave. and Monroe St., [...]

Review: Senior Art Show

The Senior Show is a gallery that is set up and features art from the graduating art majors. They use work from their entire collegiate experience to display how they have grown throughout the years.   [...]

Review: Time and the Conways

Synopsis: Written by J.B Priestly in 1937, this play follows a rich widow and her six children. It begins in 1919, only a short time after Mrs. Conway’s husband drowned. Her children are playing charades and [...]

Maria Costa: actress, comedian, activist

Albion College’s Organization for Latino/Latina Awareness and the feminist group Power combined their efforts to present activist, comedian and actress Maria Costa to the student body. Maria Costa had her education at Wayne State University. [...]

Albion uses BAT as career tool

You may have seen it in the CPO emails or heard about it on campus, but do you really know what the Bloomberg Aptitude Test is? The BAT is a finance-based exam for students all over [...]

Student workshop review

Miami - written by Meghan Bortle, directed by Max Brosnahan-Lusk “Basically, I wanted to do a simple show for student workshops. I worked with Meghan Bortle on a script that incorporated different themes I wanted play [...]

Little Albion, Big Love

Two Albion College students were involved in The Peppermint Creek Theater Company in Lansing during a production of Big Love. The show had seven performances. Based on American-written play The Suppliants, by Charles Mee, this rendition [...]

My morning workout

In the past years, I have always hit up the gym later in the day. This semester, however, I decided to start running in the mornings. Right after I wake up, I head over to the [...]

Review: The Merry Wives of Windsor

Women were, throughout history, often considered to be the subordinate partner in a marriage. Expected to be civil and faithful. But what happens when a couple classy women want to have a little fun? Well, they [...]

Opinion: Equality in the U.S.A.

Chicago, my hometown, is celebrating the 90th anniversary of the formation of the Society for Human Rights (SHR). Founded in 1924, this was the earliest known gay rights organization in the U.S. It was shut down [...]