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So You Want to Define the Relationship…

Dear Kit, I’ve been talking to this guy since the start of school and I really want to be in a relationship with him. I’m not sure how he’s feeling and I just what to know [...]

An Escape into Netflix

The college life consists of hour-long to three-hour-long classes, never-ending homework and the option of a social life or sleep. Yet somehow, students attain the ability to include Netflix into their busy days. Entertainment like Netflix [...]

Collaboration Space Coming Downtown

The empty building at 101 Superior St. looks chipped, grey and lifeless as the clouds overhead–but that’s all about to change. The building in downtown Albion will become an active creative collaboration site in the near [...]

Midterm Management: How to Get Through Midterms Without Losing Your Mind

It’s one of the most stressful times of the year, and if you google tips on how to survive it, you’re probably going to find the cliche responses: Don’t pull all nighters, don’t play on your [...]

Guide to Fall Fun

Fall has finally arrived. The weather is getting chilly and the amount of time you want to spend outside is slim to none. If this is your first year on campus, you might be wondering what [...]

Britons Weekly: This Past Week in Briton Sports

Football The Brits traveled to Holland, Mich. to face off against MIAA rival Hope College. Because of the cold and rainy conditions, the Brits ran the ball much more than they passed it. Trenton, Mich. senior [...]

President West? I Ain’t Saying He’s a Vote Winner

Oh sweet Yeezus. Kayne for president? And—more alarming—Kim Kardashian as the first lady? Two months ago, West left MTV’s “Video Music Awards (“VMAs”)” with a Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award in his hand and a slack-jawed [...]

Finding Positive Energy During Your College Years

This week I did not receive a specific question, so I’m deciding to write about something I feel is extremely relevant to college students and people in general—cutting negativity out of your lives. My inspiration behind [...]

Musical Performance Paints a Thousand Words in Goodrich Chapel

By Katie Boni Last Sunday, Tess Miller performed a faculty recital on flute and piccolo entitled “Word Play: Music Inspired by Words, Words Inspired by Music.” The program featured music selections that were inspired by quotes, [...]

Albion Native, Forrest Jackson, Leads Marshall Football Team to a Win Against Rival Lumen Christi

Guest Post by Morgan Garmo Friday night, Sept. 25, the Marshall Football team defeated Lumen Christi, 21-14, at Albion College, breaking Lumen Christi’s 20 year winning streak against Marshall. This game was more than a rivalry. [...]