Over the past two months, fliers advertising Squeller have been posted on bulletin boards all over campus. The first round bore only the silhouette of a large black squirrel and the name Squelller, leaving many wondering what exactly Squeller was.
In addition to the campus-wide measures, Randall has taken a personal step to assist Albion’s budget.
Albion administrators have instituted a pay and hiring freeze for the next year. Faculty and staff will not receive raises, and any searches for tenure track faculty have stopped, according to president Donna Randall.
We’re stopping the presses. Yes, starting next year, the Pleiad is going to be published exclusively online.
Students are not the only ones clamoring to see Madame Suzanna, the fortune teller that union board has booked for next Friday, April 10.
Bottoms up! Alcohol may be a growing problem on Albion’s campus.
It is rumored that a number of sorority women, who may or may not actually go to Albion, may have consumed alcohol in disproportionate amounts at their formal, and an unconfirmed number of Wesley RAs may or may not have been forced to resign due to alcohol violations.
Waste not, want not.
Baldwin is considering the idea of joining nearly 600 colleges and universities nationwide that have gone trayless in their cafeterias as a way to reduce food waste.
The number of enrollment deposits—the deposit that ensures a student’s attendance next fall- that Albion has received is down 10 percent from this time last year, from 101 to 91, according to Kevin Kropf, director of admission. Applications as a whole fell 13 percent.
Seniors are facing that dreaded question: What are you going to do with the rest of your life?
Amidst the job interviews and graduate school applications, another option is rising to the top of the list for many students: service organizations.