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Kim Jong — Oh no you didn’t

North Korea has again been in recent headlines by threatening the United States with nuclear weapons. This seems to be a recurring trend that ends in nothing, but is this time any different? Is this the [...]

Jackie Robinson Day

Spring is here, which means baseball is back. Many people, regardless of their level of baseball fandom, know the story of Jackie Robinson and how he changed the game forever. His exploits were recently displayed in [...]

Pope Francis hails Macho Taco as ‘divine’

In a surprising move, the new Pope has used his infallibility to declare the apparent divinity of Albion College’s new restaurant, Macho Taco. The Mexican-themed eatery is one of a few places the school has opened [...]

Hunt Seat rides to close regional victory

At the conclusion of their season in February, Albion College’s equestrian Hunt Seat team took first place in the region for the first time. The regional victory was a first for the team, leaving its members quite ecstatic. [...]

E-House moving on to a better place

The solitary white house that stands on the corner of Cass and Huron can be easily overlooked. But behind the simple facade are special amenities that give its residents greater control over their own living situation. [...]

Troy Kase: He wants to get you a job

The college experience has to end someday. I am sorry that I had to break it to you this way, but eventually we all have to leave and find some sort of career. Luckily, Albion has [...]

KΔ Shamrock: fighting child abuse with flapjacks

Hungry and possibly hungover guests flocked to Tennant Hall on a Saturday morning to experience nirvana in the form of stacks of pancakes. Kappa Delta’s Shamrock event was successful and culminated with an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast [...]

Alpha Chis fight domestic violence

Pies were thrown on a cold overcast day on the Quad in the name of combating domestic violence. Alpha Chi Omega’s Go Purple Week spread domestic violence awareness through a week of events where Albion students [...]

Opinion: the 51st state?

Last Tuesday’s election night was full of excitement culminating in the reelection of President Obama. However, this news overshadowed many other important election decisions that have the possibility to create public policy changes not only in Michigan, [...]

Fear fest: ΔΣΦ fundraises with spooky activities

Fraternity houses are sometimes considered to be dark and scary, but last weekend at the Delta Sigma Phi house, the fear was intentional. Philanthropy chairman Michael Dix, Rockford junior, organized the event that went from Oct. [...]