Wake up to the grim state of Title IX

By Abigail Fergus A year ago when I learned that Nick Piccolo, former vice president for student life and Title IX coordinator, was retiring I became anxious. Piccolo had become an important mentor to me as he provided me with wisdom and sanity. He would no longer be a resource on campus every day. I... Continue Reading →

College hosts Pine River Film Festival

By Cassie Florian Staff Writer This past Saturday Alma College had their second ever Pine River Student Film Festival at the Strand theater from noon to 9 p.m. There were high school films, homegrown films and college films shown at the event in the narrative and documentary categories.   At the end of every category the... Continue Reading →

“Provoke” showcases NMS seniors

By Caden Wilson News Editor “Provoke is what we’d like our work to do to viewers. There’s a wide variety of projects at this show, and they all have the ability to spark some sort of emotion or feeling,” said Zachary Kribbit (‘18).   Kribbit is one of several seniors exhibiting work for the New Media Studies department’s senior show... Continue Reading →

Seniors celebrate final Masterworks concert

By Kelsey Taylor Staff Writer This past weekend was the annual performance of the Masterworks Concert, which sees the union of the Alma Choirs and the Alma Symphony Orchestra to showcase a musical masterpiece.   This year, the chosen piece was Franz Joseph Hadyn’s The Creation, composed in the late eighteenth century. The concert is performed in three... Continue Reading →

Senior staff reflect, say farewell

Photography Editor Tavyon Richardson (‘18) My college experience has forever changed me. I am not only glad to have this opportunity, but I am also glad to have made a positive impact on so many people. I have also been through many hardships in Alma pertaining to my racial identity, but I am still here.... Continue Reading →

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