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Sharon Frandsen’s recipe for success

Even in a sea of people, it’s never too difficult to spot Sharon Frandsen at campus events. She’s the one with a basket on her arm, a gaggle of students surrounding her as she passes out [...]

Frogs conduct nature’s orchestra on night hike

The sky hangs over us like a deep blue mirror, frosted with brilliant white flecks. Crunching leaves echo through the woods, where trees and walkers are barely distinguishable. The cool spring night wraps around us. On [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Behind the scenes with Less is More

The ukulele and acoustic guitar hummed throughout Mac’s Bar as the crowd anticipated feel-good tunes from the local musicians Less is More  with the hope of being guided through musical bliss. However, for Jane Finkel and [...]

Opinion: Miley Cyrus sociology course

Starting this summer, Skidmore College, a small, private, liberal arts college in New York, is offering a course titled “The Sociology of Miley Cyrus.” As a sociology major and a pop culture enthusiast, I am thrilled [...]

Tigers aim to bring championship home to Detroit

Today marks the start of the 30th season since the Detroit Tigers last won the World Series. 1984. That’s the year it was when a team led by the great Sparky Anderson paraded through the streets [...]

Students join the fight against hunger

The first thing that stood out at the Kids Against Hunger packaging event on Saturday, March 29 was the hairnets. Every participant in the Albion College Student Volunteer Bureau’s annual Kids Against Hunger event donned one [...]

Stockwell celebrates 15th annual poetry fest

On Tuesday, April 1, the Friends of the Albion College Library will be hosting the 15th annual Library Poetry Fest. The festival will be held on Shakespeare’s 450th birthday and will begin at 3 p.m. in [...]

Historic Kresge gym receives upgrades

Kresge gymnasium is Michigan’s oldest active intercollegiate athletic facility.  Built in 1925 after a campus fire back in 1922, it is now being upgraded with a new graphic system while still embracing its history. “President Frandsen [...]