Archive for Tag Archives: ' Albion'

Senior Athletes: This Isn’t the End

As fall sports come to an end this month, Albion athletes must cope with the blank spaces in their schedules from the absence of practices and games. This lack of activity can be especially devastating because, [...]

Backward Progress

In the plant world, most plants can fall into two different categories: perennials and annuals. As a child my mother, a certified master gardener, tried her darnedest to teach me the difference between the two, and [...]

Profile: Mitchell on a Mission

Guest Post by Victoria Stewart Students at Albion College live in the city of Albion without recognizing what goes into maintaining this community. Behind the scenes, many unsung heroes dedicate their time and hard work in [...]

Holiday Shopping in Albion

It’s around a month until Christmas, and your favorite local stores are ready for the holidays. Are you? Waiting until after finals to find the perfect gift for your family can put a lot of pressure [...]

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. [...]

Bada-Bing, Bada-Bohm: Comedians Featured at the Bohm Theatre

Are you tired of Netflix and movie theatres? Are you looking for something different to do during your free time? The new comedy shows at the Bohm might be the perfect entertainment for you. The theatre [...]

Why the Briton?

The next time you’re cheering on the football team at Sprankle-Sprandel Stadium or buying a piece of purple and gold attire at the bookstore, you may stop and wonder, “What exactly is a Briton?”  Trajan Dubiel, [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]