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Comedic Relief Coming to the KC

Post by Taylor Antal This Friday, Feb. 5, stand-up comedian Jen Kober will be gracing the stage in the Kellogg Center at Albion College with her lively and fearless attitude at 8 p.m., in the hopes [...]

Albion Students to Play in State Honors Band

This semester, make sure to keep an eye out not only for the orchestra and band concerts but also for the honors band concert built of highly-skilled students. Eight Albion students have been chosen to play [...]

Michigan-Born Band to Take the Bohm Theater

It’s not every day that a new and upcoming band ventures to little, old Albion to feature their music. However, on Wednesday, Feb. 3, Albion is in for a treat. Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers, [...]

Albion, Marshall Schools Step Closer to Annexation; State OK’s $4M Grant

While Albion College students packed for five weeks of break, Albion Community School (ACS,) facing dwindling enrollment and massive debt, approved the annexation of their district to Marshall Community Schools (MCS). While students feasted on holiday [...]

Ways to Beat Stress this Semester

Additional reporting by Sarah Likens With the semester well underway, there’s already so many opportunities and responsibilities vying for students’ attentions. Athletic practices, homework assignments and formal recruitment are just a few major things that can [...]

Albion Community School Faces Changes

Albion Community School (ACS) is in danger of closing. The K-8 is has been battling debt for years, but the State Department of Treasury has now stepped in to issue an analysis of its fiscal condition. [...]

A New Vision: College’s New Strategic Plan Coming Soon

Every five years a committee gets together and writes out the overarching goals for how Albion College wants to approach the next five years. These strategies are meant to help Albion become a better college. They [...]

Renovations to Equestrian Center

Albion College’s Equestrian Center contains a competitive club and varsity team. Any student can try out, whether they’ve been riding their whole life or have never sat on a horse before. The Equestrian Center offers many [...]

Combat the Cold: Tips to Stay Healthy

It’s that time of year again. As frigid weather and relentless studying drives us indoors, our stress levels skyrocket and so do our chances of catching a cold or the flu. According to nurse Cheryl Krause, [...]

Green Day Set to Sprout

Green is disappearing. Leaves are molting to yellow and orange. Grass is fading to sad browns. The Benjamins and Washingtons are disappearing from wallets. But Tuesday night, green will blossom again. Albion’s yearly Green Day means [...]