Campus Maddie Luebke News Oct 22, 2018 Uncategorized

Escrow causes Greek Life debate

MADDIE LEUBKE CAMPUS EDITOR The Alma College administration has been working on budget cuts to avoid the rising cost of tuition, and one of those cuts was to get rid of escrow funds for fraternities and sororities. The Interfraternity council on campus—IFC—has had many meeting concerning these decisions. In previous years, escrow funds were given […]

Campus Emily Cowles News Oct 22, 2018 Uncategorized

Elevator speech promotes change

EMILY COWLES STAFF WRITER At the beginning of fall term, Professor Henry Balfanz’s Selling/Sales Management class was given an assignment called an Elevator Speech and was instructed to write about problems in Alma’s campus community. These speeches were then presented to Alan Gatlin, chief operating officer (COO) and senior vice president for finance and administration. […]

News Oct 22, 2018 Uncategorized Wade Fullerton

Should we celebrate Columbus Day?

WADE FULLERTON STAFF WRITER The annual celebration of Columbus Day, a nationally celebrated holiday since the mid-nineteenth century, is a topic of avid debate. Columbus Day–occuring on October 12th– conjures a complex story of America. Columbus Day is a holiday that is celebrated in many countries in the Americas and commemorates Columbus’s first voyage to […]