STUNT tumbles into winning record

By Joelle Fisher Sports Writer STUNT began its season in full force with two perfect performances on back to back weekends. The team sits at a 7-1 record with only one loss to Davenport by a 12-18 margin. “STUNT season is my favorite time of the year because I love the atmosphere and energy that... Continue Reading →

Spring teams prepare for break travel

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer Spring break is celebrated by college students everywhere. It is a time for relaxation and vacation. However, for the student athletes on spring sports teams, this time off means something different. Cheer and STUNT, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, baseball and softball all have this in common. All five teams will... Continue Reading →

Advancement office conducts phonathon

By Caden Wilson News Editor Every year, the Alma College advancement office hosts an annual fundraising phonathon, during which current students are hired and trained to call and talk with alumni and donors to the college. “It allows us to stay in contact with our alumni and friends and gives them an opportunity to support... Continue Reading →

Broadway struggles with accessibility

By Samantha Anteau Staff Writer In the past decade, as a result of the rise of the internet and a new resurgence in the popularity of musical theater, bootleg videos of Broadway productions have become a point of contention for many creators and fans.   Some creators and actors, such as Lin Manuel Miranda of Hamilton... Continue Reading →

Student Congress OK’s two new clubs

By Nathaniel Fryer Staff Writer Two new clubs are applying for Student Congress recognition. The new clubs are the Alma College PreVet Association and the Alma College Progressive Democrats.   Last semester, Student Congress voted and approved five new clubs, including Short Stack, Alma College Gaming Guild, National Students Nursing Association and the Board Games Club. ... Continue Reading →

Choir gets ready for spring tour

By Rose Cyburt Business Manager Every year during spring break, the Alma choir travels around the country performing. This year, it will go to Ohio, Illinois, Tennessee and Kentucky, as well as certain areas around Michigan.   William Nichols, conductor of Alma choirs, plans each tour at the end of the previous year. “I started planning... Continue Reading →

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