Soccer Mommy grows up on new album “Clean”

By Paige Daniel Thoughts Editor Soccer Mommy, whose Bandcamp account I first stumbled upon deep in the depths of another artist’s Twitter, is now being covered in Rolling Stone, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly and the New York Times with the release of her debut studio album, “Clean.”  This trajectory strikes me out of the blue –... Continue Reading →

Wrestler Ladd earns All-American status

By John Durga Staff Writer A national title is the highest level of victory a college athlete can achieve. Winning this puts them at the very pinnacle of their competition. Brendan Ladd (’20) gave himself the opportunity to be the best of the best. Entering the national tournament Ladd was 33-5 on his season. This... Continue Reading →

Football program brings in familiar faces

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer Since being announced as the football team’s head coach in January, Jason Couch has made some changes.    One big move has been the team’s coaching staff. Last week coach Couch brought home some familiar faces, as well as kept some coaches around.    “The new coaches I have asked to join... Continue Reading →

Scots travel for break competition

By Joelle Fisher Sports Writer While many students travel across the country searching for a week of relaxation after stressful midterms, student athletes on campus packed their bags and boarded their buses/planes in search of competition. Six teams traveled near and far to kick off their seasons over spring break.    The baseball team went 3-3... Continue Reading →

Campus to host gun violence protest

By Monica Kunovszky Web Editor Friday, March 2 at Central Michigan University, a student shot his parents. This is not the first gun violence story that has made national headlines. Two weeks prior, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, had a gruesome school massacre that killed 17 individuals and injured 16 more.   ... Continue Reading →

Model UN does it again at Midwest competition

By Cassie Florian Staff Writer While many students were finishing up their midterms and heading home for break, Alma College’s Model UN team was winning yet another “outstanding” award at the Midwest Model UN conference in St. Louis.   The college has won this award for 25 years consecutive years, and have  won 46 outstanding awards... Continue Reading →

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