Excitement over new convenience store

JORDYN BRADLEY SPORTS EDITOR News spread this week about Alma College searching for someone to lease the old 7-Eleven building to give the school (and the community) more convenience. Alan Gatlin, COO and Vice President for Finance and Administration, gave insight on the process. “We were all caught off guard when 7-Eleven put up a... Continue Reading →

Remembering Stan Lee

ATULYA DORA-LASKEY STAFF WRITER If you’re reading this, I sincerely believe that your life has been touched by Stan Lee. There are some obvious examples, a large majority of you have probably either read a comic or watched a Marvel movie. If you haven’t done that, you’ve at least watched or read visual media created... Continue Reading →

Students start nonprofit for education

MADDISON LUEBKE CAMPUS EDITOR A new non-profit organization on campus is helping people who don’t have access to technology both nationally and around the world. The Five North project aims to give students a chance to experience more hands-on learning in communities that don’t typically have access to these sort of experiences. The Five North... Continue Reading →

GSD promotes expression

JORDYN BRADLEY SPORTS EDITOR The Gender, Sexuality and Diversity Club organized a Masquerade Ball as a post-Halloween hangout and PR Event. The ball, which took place last Friday in Tyler Van Dusen, was a way for the Alma community to get to know more about GSD. “GSD, or The Gender, Sexuality and Diversity Club, is--to... Continue Reading →

Chaplain encourages inclusivity

JORDAN GINDER STAFF WRITER Alma hired a new chaplain this year. Andrew Pomerville, an Alma graduate himself, brought with him a few changes to how the Chapel is run. One of those changes being the new Thursday service from 11:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. College staff and students pointed to the Chapel’s welcoming feeling no... Continue Reading →

The 5300 keeps campus informed

KELSEY WEISS STAFF WRITER The 5300 is a website developed by the students in Professor Matthew Cicci’s Writing for the Media course. The site and its social media hope to keep Alma students informed and entertained. Cicci also acts as faculty advisor to the Almanian. The 5300 may be an interesting name to some, but... Continue Reading →

ACUB outperforms the competition

JORDAN GINDER STAFF WRITER From Oct 25 to 28, the Alma College Union Board participated in the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Mid America Conference in Grand Rapids and won Program of the Year award for a budget under $75,000.“ During the conference, we are able to network with other campus activity boards, professionals,... Continue Reading →

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