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No More Swiping

Arriving on Albion’s campus this fall, the whispers in the dorm halls already started before the first day of classes – free laundry?! The rumor was the laundry machines in all of the buildings were free, [...]

The Big Read Is Warming Up

Albion is one of 77 cities that has been awarded the National Endowment of the Art’s grant to host The Big Read, which aims to bring a community together through a common book. This year’s book, [...]

Where Are They Now: Craig Miller, ’77

Each year, Albion College elects 10-11 alums who participated in Albion’s athletic programs to be inducted into the Albion College Hall of Fame. Of the 10 individuals elected this year, one of them is Craig Miller [...]

Opinion: Moving the Marching Band to Second Class

It was early fall of 2015 when Samuel McIlhagga, an associate professor and director of bands at Albion College, first found out. Because of athletic facility upgrades, the A-Field – where his British Eighth Marching Band [...]

Festival of the Forks Celebrates 50 Years

The Albion Festival of the Forks has been a staple of the community since its inception in 1966. For the past 50 years, the Festival of the Forks has been a fantastic way to showcase the [...]

Albion’s First Microbrewery on its Way

Students looking for after-hours entertainment will soon have their thirsts quenched with the opening of Albion’s first microbrewery. As part of a joint venture, Associate Physics Professor   Dr. Charles E. Moreau; alumni Ben Wade (‘99) and [...]