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Pleiad Staff Book Recommendations

As the holidays rapidly approach, the staff at The Pleiad wanted to get in on the holiday gift-giving action. This year, our staff members compiled a list of book recommendations perfect for every kind of reader [...]

Yesterday’s News: Today’s Place To Be

by Sadhna Ramanathan Knick-knacks, novelties, ornaments, baubles, curios and more, you can find them all at at Albion’s own antique store downtown, Yesterday’s News. In order to ring in the holiday season and parade, they are [...]

Opinion: What ‘Up North’ Really Means

My first year at Albion was a whirlwind of new things — a new town, new friends and despite being from Michigan, eight hours from home. Being a Yooper I’d never spent much time “under the [...]

Vandalism and Unity: Albion Rallies Together After Downtown Is Graffitied

Additional reporting by Sarah Finn and Andrew Wittland Yesterday morning, the campus and community awoke to startling news. During the night of Nov. 14, four storefronts along  S. Superior Street as well as other buildings and landmarks [...]

Opinion: Honoring Our Heroes

My biggest hero has always been my grandma, Emma Marie Burger Mahaney. When I was in second grade, we had to make paper flowers for our grandparents. Having only a grandma, I made her the most [...]

Black, Intelligent and Living in Segregation: An Afternoon With Dr. James Curtis

It’s a tough pill to swallow, but America is not as far removed from segregation as we would like to imagine.  What adds to the mental distance we put between us and the 1950’s is that [...]