Edition Emily Cowles Feature Oct 1, 2018 Uncategorized

New king and queen crowned at game

EMILY COWLES STAFF WRITER Alma’s 2018 Homecoming Court, announced in the week prior to Homecoming, rode through the parade and onto Bahlke Field where the King, Christopher Nolan (‘19), and Queen, Najelle Gilmore (‘19), were announced. This year’s court consisted of 10 nominees, five each for King and Queen: Ben Elliot (’19), Eric Ferrara (’19), […]

Feature Oct 1, 2018 Uncategorized Wade Fullerton

Students participate in arts throughout Homecoming

WADE FULLERTON STAFF WRITER Alma’s Homecoming celebration featured performances by musicians, vocalists and artists. The weekend boasted events that spotlighted many of Alma’s performance groups, including the Kiltie Marching Band, Percussion Ensemble, the Pipe Band and the Kiltie Highland Dancers. Alma’s nationally renowned Percussion Ensemble and the Pipe Band kicked of Homecoming performances on Friday, Sept. […]

Chapin Kartsounes Feature Oct 1, 2018 Uncategorized

Clapping in SAGA causes controversy

CHAPIN KARTSOUNES WEB EDITOR You may have heard the thunderous applauses every once in a while during meal times. The clapping and cheering occurs whenever someone drops a piece of dishware, loudly in the middle of Hamilton Commons. Once it hits the ground, people sitting in Saga might begin clapping, cheering and sometimes they might […]

Feature Jordan Ginder Oct 1, 2018 Uncategorized

Budget decisions affect organizations

JORDAN GINDER STAFF WRITER Student Congress has recently made budget decisions, and some students have strong opinions about them. Almost all student organizations have had their budget cut by 15%. Student Congress Executive Council and Representatives spoke out in response to this. “Budget decisions are complicated in student congress. We want it to reflect how […]