Atulya Dora-Laskey Feature National Oct 21, 2019 Uncategorized

Both sides of the table

ATULYA DORA-LASKEY STAFF WRITER Graphic by MEREK ALAM At the Democratic Debate last Tuesday, candidates faced a simple final question. Instead of devoting time to hearing the candidates plans to address the world melting or perhaps asking how they plan on housing millions of homeless people across the country, CNN anchor and debate moderator Anderson […]

Bailey Langbo Campus Oct 21, 2019 Uncategorized

Student Organization: something for everyone

BAILEY LANGBO STAFF WRITER Photo by RAUL RIVERA It’s no secret that our college boasts a wide array of clubs and organizations. If you can think of it, chances are, we have it—we’ve got Greek life, religious organizations, political organizations, service-oriented organizations, music groups, academic groups and special interest groups, among others, with the option […]

Kara Denike Oct 21, 2019 Thoughts/Opinions Uncategorized

Does a liberal arts title matter? New ranking on US news

KARA DENIKE STAFF WRITER For the past one hundred and thirty-three years, Alma College has continuously been considered a liberal arts college. Three weeks ago, an emergency faculty meeting was called in regard to the school’s new title with the newest release of this new US News College Ranking. Concerns were raised in regard to […]

Brett Jenkins Oct 21, 2019 Sports Uncategorized

Inclement weather starts new soccer tradition

BRETT JENKINS STAFF WRITER Michigan is known to have unpredictable and extreme weather, especially in the fall. To student-athletes on campus, it’s just a part of life. They can’t control the weather, and they can’t always cancel a game just because it’s raining. However, rain can cause more issues than just discomfort. Two weeks ago […]