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Super Bowl LI Preview and Prediction

The Atlanta Falcons are making their first Super Bowl appearance on Sunday, Feb. 5, and they’re looking to win the city of Atlanta’s first major championship since the 1995 Braves’ World Series victory. However, they’re going [...]

An In-Depth Look at the Ludington Center

As a town bouncing back from economic hardships over the years, Albion is beginning to find the spark it once had. An integral part of improving Albion has been bringing Albion College faculty and students together [...]

Brits Swimmer Takes to the Sea

Each year, Albion students have opportunity to study all over the world, including Spain, Costa Rica and the Caribbean. Last semester, Nick Smith, a Midland, Michigan, junior and a member of the Brits’ swim team, completed [...]

Season Preview: Track and Field

In the 2016 indoor season, the men’s track team finished third at the MIAA Indoor Championship behind Trine University and Calvin College. The women finished fourth behind Calvin, Hope College and Adrian College. This year, in [...]

Sal Konkle, Marshall Redhawks Girls Basketball Coach, Named Coach of the Year

In 1981, Sal Konkle was a standout senior at Marshall High School for the women’s basketball team. She led her team to the MHSAA state championship game against Okemos High School, but the Redhawks were on [...]

The Pistons Are Moving Back to Downtown Detroit

This afternoon, the Detroit Pistons announced they would be moving back to downtown Detroit and will share the new Little Caesars Arena with the Detroit Red Wings next year. Last month, Pistons owner Tom Gores announced [...]