Alyssa Gall Feature Nov 26, 2019 Sports Uncategorized

Bowling makes history with big win

ALYSSA GALL SPORTS WRITER On Saturday, November 16, Alma College’s Bowling Team made history at the BGSU Falcon Classic. With some standout performances and the overall team score, both the Varsity and JV team finished the tournament in first place.   This first-place finish for both teams at a tournament is a first for the program and an indication for the rest of the season to come as the Scots […]

Campus Feature March 26, 2018 Syndey Bossidis Uncategorized

Tips to surviving hell week and exams

SYDNEY BOSSIDIS STAFF WRITER Photo by GRACE GRELAK Final exams are fast approaching—only 14 days until they begin. This means there is only one week until what students commonly refer to as “hell week”—a stressful time used by many to prepare for their upcoming tests, practice their presentations and write their last-minute papers. Stress is […]

Kara Denike March 26, 2018 National Uncategorized

Billionaires’ opinions on Warren’s tax plan

KARA DENIKE STAFF WRITER Early this month, Bill Gates, most well-known as the co-founder of Microsoft Corporations, was interviewed by The New York Times and voiced his thoughts on US Senator and possible presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax plans. Gates said, “I’ve paid over 10 billion in taxes, I pay more than anyone in […]

Courtney Smith National Nov 26, 2019 Uncategorized

Columbus Day or Indigenous People’s Day

COURTNEY SMITH STAFF WRITER Over the past several years, there have been many movements to replace the observation of Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day in light of the acts of terrorism committed by Columbus on indigenous communities during the Age of Exploration. The origins of Columbus Day prove much more complex than many know. […]

Chelsea Faber Feature National Nov 26, 2019 Uncategorized

Supreme Court decide the future of DACA

CHELSEA FABER STAFF WRITER The Supreme Court of the United States heard the case made by the Trump Administration to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows undocumented individuals who entered the country as a child to remain in the United States legally.  DREAMers were those brought to the U.S. illegally as […]