Archive for Tag Archives: ' Plebian'

Albion Professor Finds Cure for PPD Epidemic

Albion professor Dr. Ronald Drumpf has made a breakthrough discovery that is sure to change college campuses and society alike. Working tirelessly since his tenure began this past summer, Drumpf has recently shared that he has [...]

President-elect Ditzler’s new ’14-’15 initiatives

In an email sent out to the student body on Tuesday, April 1, President-elect Mauri Ditzler outlined one of his major initiatives of the 2014 – 15 school year. He plans to tackle one of the [...]

Notice: The Pleiad goes Greek

Albion’s student-run newspaper, The Albion Pleiad has a very important announcement to make. As of April 1, 2014, the organization has made the executive decision among members to join the Greek life on campus. The Pleiad plans [...]

College announces plans for new Starbucks

Last year, local business owners opened the first Biggby Coffee in the city of Albion. This week, the college announced its plans to open a Starbucks Coffee for the 2014-15 academic year. Starting late this May, [...]

Pleiad advises The Times during moratorium threat

Once Lupita Nyong’o and Chiwetel Ejiofor left the red carpet after receiving Best Picture for 12 Years a Slave, a Twitter user identified a flaw in the article on which the movie is based. The New [...]

Downton Abbey to film season four at Baldwin

The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) announced on March 30 that it would be postponing its production of Downton Abbey. Because of the new renovations in Baldwin, where the crew planned to film, season four will not [...]

Final Four no more

The 2009 March Madness Final Four Tournament, arguably the most anticipated sporting event in college, has been canceled. [...]

Wanted: Landshark

Bryan Gundersand’s, Grosse Pointe senior, hard work ethic and natural talent have given him many looks by professional baseball scouts as a possible entry in the 2010 MLB draft. [...]

Cricket team pessimistic on season

With the men’s cricket team season just around the corner and fresh off of a spring break trip, the Brits don’t have much hope for a winning season. According to rookie coach Rob Handler, hard [...]

Angels in the outfield

After receiving backlash from the Catholic community for scheduling Opening Day on Good Friday, the Detroit Tigers have invited Pope Benedict XXX to throw out the ceremonial first pitch for the season home opener. [...]