Salem Gray

Thinx period underwear faces lawsuit

SALEM GRAYSTAFF WRITER 2/6/2023 Near the end of last year, a class-action lawsuit was settled against Thinx period- absorbing underwear. Class members accused the company of lying to customers by advertising their underwear as a non-toxic and safe alternative to traditional period productsdespite the presence of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAs) in their products. The lawsuit was filed in May […]

Claire Wittlief

Classified documents found in the home of former Vice President

CLAIRE WITTLIEFFLAYOUT EDITOR 2/6/2023 On Jan. 16, former Vice President Mike Pence requested a group of lawyers to investigate his private residence in Indiana after classified documents were found in the Delaware home of President Joe Biden. Pence’s lawyers indeed found documents in the former Vice President’s safe that contained sensitive or classified information. Mike Pence’s counsel, Greg […]

Emma Figlewicz Zachary Carpenter

College takes steps to hire new professors

EMMA FIGLEWICZPHOTOGRAPHER ZACH CARPENTERCOPY EDITOR 2/6/2023 Alma College has multiple openings for professors that are either active or in the process of being filled for the upcoming 2023-24 school year. These openings result from various movements within departments including retirement, professors taking positions at other institutions and departments hoping to expand to better serve future generations of students. […]

Campus Darcy Daenzer

Students perform in annual choreography concert

DARCY DAENZERLAYOUT EDITOR 2/6/2023 This past weekend, Feb. 3 to Feb. 5, dancers participated in the annual student choreography concert featuring original choreography from Alma students. “Last winter semester, the co-director, Athelia Gray (’23), and I began to set the concert up by creating an auditionprocess–forms that both dancers and choreographers fill out–communicating with faculty advisors and creating rehearsal schedules,” […]