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Wising up to Gmail

September 15, 2009 Kelsey Lauer 0

On Wednesday, August 26, at 7:59 a.m. Albion students, faculty and staff logged onto the familiar Novell GroupWise e-mail system for the last time. From […]

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Safety Solutions

September 8, 2009 MacKenzie Burger 1

David Carey, chemical hygiene officer, stands next to a shelf containing hundreds of organic compounds in the chemical supply room in Kresge Hall.

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Accredit cards

September 3, 2009 Kyle Gillis 0

Students arrived back on Albion’s campus to hear a new buzzword flying around: accreditation. According to Susan Conner, Albion College provost, accreditation is a process […]

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Legislation results from Bay City man who froze

April 24, 2009 MacKenzie Burger 0

In January of 2009, 93 year-old Marvin Schur died a “slow, painful death,” according to autopsy reports, from hypothermia that occurred after an electricity limiting device was placed on his home. Schur was never informed a limiter had been placed on his home, may have suffered from short-term memory loss, was living alone and was found frozen to death in his ranch-style home at a temperature below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Squeller

April 17, 2009 Holly Setter 0

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.

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Active minds on camera

April 17, 2009 Kelsey Lauer 0

It may be hard to read someone else’s mind, but it’s certain that they are “always thinking”—especially if they are Albion students.

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