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Shonda Buchanan visits Alma College

LIATHANO RAMERIEZPHOTOGRAPHER MEGAN NEELEYCOPY EDITOR 3/13/2023 Professors have expressed students’ hunger for Shonda Buchanan’s literary works. Buchanan, an award-winning poet and educator, is now working for the Master Fine Arts program in Creative Writing here at Alma College. Among her most accomplished works is her memoir, Black Indian, an intergenerational telling of Buchanan’s “large extended family […]

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EPA demands clean-up by Norfolk Southern Corporation

LIATHANO RAMIREZGRAPHIC DESIGNER HANNAH STIFFLEREDITOR-IN-CHIEF 3/13/2023 The Gilded Age is known for the expansion of railroads. In the 1900s, trains revolutionized the economy beyond imagination. Despite the positives of train transportation, there are continual mechanical errors that have led to environmental catastrophes. On Feb. 3, 2023 in East Palestine, Ohio, a train derailed causing a […]

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Despite Alma’s efforts, not all feel it is accessible

EMMA FIGLEWICZSTAFF WRITER 3/13/2023 Every day, students utilize Alma College’s facilities to get around campus efficiently and safely. Though the college in many ways tries to accommodate students to make buildings assessable to everyone, there are many areas that are lacking.  Whether it be from lack of elevators in certain dorm buildings, nonfunctioning handicap doors […]