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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, [...]

Aging Water Tower Could Result in Costly Repairs for the City

Guest Post by Corey Wheeler Albion’s water main system is a rising problem for the City of Albion, one that they need to address in the coming years. Albion residents may face rising water rates as [...]

Group Projects with a Purpose

Parents and children of the community have spoken. Now Albion College students will work to turn the community’s ideas into realities. Dr. Vicki Baker’s Economics and Management 359 class created surveys and sent them home with [...]

Administration and Students Gather to Discuss Hate Speech Incidents on Campus

On Wednesday evening, Black Student Alliance members and other students met with Sally Walker, vice president of student affairs, and President Mauri Ditzler in the James Welton house to discuss a series of hate speech violations [...]

Unity Rally Allows Students and Faculty to Talk About Equality

Hundreds of students and faculty gathered around the Albion rock on Sept. 17 to show their support for a more unified campus. The Unity Rally, organized by professors Cliff Harris, Carrie Walling and Brad Chase, was [...]

Unity Rally to Take Place Tomorrow

Thursday, Sept. 17, faculty and students will gather on the Quadrangle in order to demonstrate their support of diversity, fairness and respect. Professors Cliff Harris, Carrie Booth Walling and Brad Chase planned this event after receiving [...]

Community Dialogue Hosted at Washington Gardner Middle School

For the first time in years, there was excitement in the air at Washington Gardner Middle School last night. Over 100 community members joined Albion College students and professors in the auditorium for a community dialogue [...]

Annual Festival of the Forks to Celebrate its 49th Year

The weekend of Sept. 18 marks the 49th anniversary of the Festival of the Forks. The festival—started in 1966—has become a cherished tradition that celebrates the town’s geographical location. The town festival gets its name from [...]

Young Talent Rocks the Bohm

The atmosphere in the Bohm Theater swelled with anticipation. “Come on!” one woman shouted from the back. After a long, tense moment that he clearly enjoyed, emcee Genesis Terrell finally announced this year’s first place winner [...]

Campus Safety Tips: What Students Can Do While on Campus

Sunday, Sept. 6 brought a sobering note to Albion College’s campus. At 12:07 p.m. Campus Safety sent out a text message alert to students regarding an incident that had taken place early that morning on campus. [...]