A letter to the editor: Handicap access

KELSEY TAYLOR As a handicapped student, I know exactly how difficult it can be to navigate campus, whether it’s about stairs in places stairs should not have to be or railroad tracks I can’t cross. I’ve spent my whole life dealing with these types of challenges all because of a virus that decided to leave... Continue Reading →

International students absorb new culture

EMILY COWLES WEB EDITOR At the beginning of the fall term, several international students, including Nino Lazariia, Anna Shokina, and Lemiao Yu, as well as the French T.A. Julie Le Sauce, started to call Alma College their home away from home for the upcoming school year. “I love [Alma] more because here people are more... Continue Reading →

Sibs weekend unites families

JORDAN GRINDER STAFF WRITER From Oct. 5 through 7, the Alma College Union Board put on Little Sibs Weekend, which offered students the opportunity to connect with their siblings along with participating in a variety of events over the weekend. "I think it [was] a great opportunity for students to bring siblings up, especially students... Continue Reading →

Domestic Violence Awareness begins

BRITTANY PIERCE HEAD EDITOR All throughout October, there will be several events on campus for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which started back in 1987. Domestic Violence Awareness Month developed from the Day of Unity Event in October of 1981 held by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence that expanded to a full week and eventually... Continue Reading →

Community and grad assistants replace RAs

KAYDEE HALL BUSINESS MANAGER Alma College has recently undergone several staff changes, many of which were in the Student Life Department. One such change has been the hiring of Graduate and Community Assistants to replace some Resident Assistant positions. Graduate Assistants are students at Central Michigan University that study Student Affairs and are employed by... Continue Reading →

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