Farewell to the Almanian

KAYDEE HALL BUSINESS MANAGER As I enter my last week of my undergraduate career, I would like to take this time to reflect on my time at Alma College and with the Almanian. After spending three and a half years on Alma’s campus, it seems still too soon to be leaving. It’s an over-shared sentiment,... Continue Reading →

The P.C. debate

MADDIE LUEBKE CAMPUS EDITOR A huge debate in the political sphere recently is concerning politically correct speech. Many public figures are being called out online for their potentially offensive language and their ignorance when refusing to adapt their language to an ever-changing world. Mistakes can be made, especially when one is raised in a different... Continue Reading →

Unique sound prevails

MADDIE LEUBKE CAMPUS EDITOR “Glory Sound Prep” is Jon Bellion’s sophomore album, and it truly solidifies his alternative pop sound in a way that he hasn’t touched yet, proving that Bellion is an innovator in the industry. Jon Bellion’s album “Glory Sound Prep”—GSP—was released on November 9, 2018. He had been leaking and releasing songs... Continue Reading →

Voters still suppressed

ATULYA DORA-LASKEY THEN: The 15th Amendment, ratified shortly after the Civil War and abolition of slavery, reads as the following: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” Optimistically,... Continue Reading →

Laundry frustrates students

EMILY COWLES STAFF WRITER Having to do one’s laundry on campus is something a lot of students deal with, including having to wait for open washers and dryers. The students living in the newly-renovated Mitchell and Newberry Halls have nine washers and dryers, so these students do not have to wait for the machines as... Continue Reading →

Fall brings new happenings

TREY NICHOLS STAFF WRITER Autumn is one of the most wonderful times of the year. From going to cider mills to jumping into piles of leaves, fall can be full of fun times and fond memories. One of my favorite things to do in the fall is go on long walks on trails. Once the... Continue Reading →

Women seek equality on Halloween

KELSEY WEISS STAFF WRITER As Halloween approaches, college students are getting ready with their costumes and plans. They are choosing between dressing cute or dressing scary and are deciding who they want to become on Halloween night. However, women’s Halloween costume choices can be rather narrow. If a person were to look for a Halloween... Continue Reading →

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