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Early signs point to promising season for Tigers

The temperatures have warmed up, the trees are beginning to bud, that annoying bird is chirping outside my window every morning, and the Detroit Tigers are off to the one of the best starts in recent [...]

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 [...]

Gallery: Bohm Theatre reopens downtown

Additional reporting by Josh Van Laan The Bohm is back and better than before. On Thursday, Oct. 16, the Albion community came together to celebrate the reopening of the city’s historic downtown Bohm Theatre. The event [...]

Why the Tigers can still win the ALDS

The month of October holds a special place in my heart. It’s not because of Halloween, changing leaves, or even pumpkin spice-infused everything. October means one thing to me: playoff baseball. The Detroit Tigers won the [...]

Celebrating The Wizard of Oz 75 years later

Much like an Albion first-year, 75 years ago a Kansas girl named Dorothy found herself on her own and a long way from home. Based on the 1900 L. Frank Baum book, The Wonderful Wizard of [...]

Opinion: The 65-year legacy of Orwell’s 1984

Quick! Get away from your TVs and computers! The government is watching you… That’s a warning that would be relevant, if George Orwell had accurately predicted the future in 1984, which was published 65 years ago [...]