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Albion students react to Big Show

One event Albion students can always count on for a good time is the Big Show. This year, Union Board brought in Neon Hitch and Mike Posner for a truly spectacular show. Traditionally, the Big Show [...]

Brief: Upcoming talent benefit concert

Performances of singing, dancing and spoken word, and all for the benefit of the Albion community? That’s right, The Art of Noise: Nothing but Talent Benefit Concert is preparing to put on a performance once again. [...]

Google Glass comes to Albion

Developed in 2012, Google Glass was officially released for beta testing early this year. Few lucky participants were approved to test the device for the price of $1,500, and Andy Boyan, a communication studies professor, was [...]

College takes action for The Big Read

Albion College has added an English major with an emphasis in professional writing to its English department. With hopes of supporting the professional writing emphasis, Jessica Roberts, associate professor, and members of the Albion community have gathered [...]

Singles mingle for Korean Black Day

In American society, many single men and women find themselves crying into a half-devoured chocolate box while watching romantic comedies on Netflix during Valentine’s Day. However, in Korean society, there is actually a day dedicated to [...]

Spartans unite for Lacey Holsworth

Last week you might have seen “#PrincessLacey” or “#LoveLikeLacey” floating around on Twitter. The trend started in memory of a little girl named Lacey Holsworth, who recently died of cancer at age eight. This death was [...]

Q&A with Poet Dan Albergotti

On Thursday, April 10, poet Dan Albergotti read a selection of his poems to an eager audience in the Wendell Will Room at the Stockwell-Mudd Library, as part of his current tour. On Friday, The Pleiad [...]

Women say no to rape culture

It’s easy to see the effects of rape culture in a woman’s day-to-day life if you know what to look for. The signs are everywhere, and they play a role in a lot of decisions women [...]

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 [...]

Associates program to recognize elite Brits

Effective this fall, a new program will recognize Albion College’s stand-out students who are capable of taking on responsibility that may exceed that of ordinary student employment. The Albion Associates program will offer up to 30 [...]