Archive for Tag Archives: ' College'
Each year as flu season rolls around, I’m hesitant to go to my classes. With so many of my peers coughing, sneezing and just being generally sick in classes, it’s something I wish I could avoid. [...]
A legacy as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary is “something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past.” Reading a definition from a dictionary is fine, but what does it actually [...]
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, [...]
Two days after I moved into my final room at Albion College, I received a Timehop notification which took me to a photo my mother posted on Facebook three years ago. It was a picture of [...]
We, the Class of 2019, thought we were the big shots. With over 450 students—25 percent of which were students of color or international—we left Wesley Hall splitting at its seams and left a mark in [...]
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 [...]