The Bohm Theater will not be reopening this semester. The $8,660 allotted to the Bohm Movie Fee of the Student Activity Fund has been returned to students in the form of a $5 credit on each person’s student ID card toward Albion’s Eat Shop.
While you dump your plastic into one of the recycling bins around campus, you’re probably not keeping track of how much you recycle. But someone is.
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.
While the grounds department keeps the Quad lawn green every spring, the department started keeping itself green as well.
On Monday, Feb. 23, Governor Jennifer Granholm called for doubling the state tax on snuff, cigars and loose tobacco. The tax increase is expected to help balance next year’s state budget.
Come next fall, the college hopes that more veterans will be populating Albion’s campus, thanks to a recently launched initiative.
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.
Students in the Gerstacker Institute now have a new incentive to seek unpaid internships this summer, thanks to a newly created, one-time grant that will cover part, or even all, of their summer college tuition.