Archive for Community

The Bohm II: A New Screen

During a visit to the Bohm Theatre, the students of Assistant Professor Andy Boyan’s mass communications class were lucky enough to meet with Executive Director, Nancy Doyal. She grabbed the attention of the class when she [...]

Albion’s 100 Year Anniversary of the Great Migration

As Thanksgiving arrives, Albion will be marking its 100 year anniversary with its role in the Great Migration. The Great Migration was the mass movement of about five million southern blacks to the north and west [...]

Mayor Domingo Reflects on His Time in Office

He was the superintendent of Albion’s streets, parks and cemeteries. She had just moved into town as Albion’s Utilities and Payroll Clerk. Through work they met and later married. Now, Joe Domingo is finishing his eighth [...]

Ludington Center Opens a New Space for Students and Locals to Collaborate

A new development in downtown Albion could be opening its doors in less than a month. You may have seen a building under construction on the corner of N. Superior and E. Cass. This is the [...]

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 [...]

Preserving the Albion Wildcats

Every school district has its own points of pride. Whether it’s in the form of displaying student artwork, showcasing the successes of athletic programs or simply creating a school culture, these personal artifacts are what make [...]