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 →

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 →

Campus attitudes towards greek life

KAYDEE HALL BUSINESS MANAGER At a campus the size of Alma’s, Greek Life has an impact on students, whether that impact is intentional or not. Many non-Greek students have opinions on Greek Life due to their observations, and much of these opinions are informed by media. A recent 5300 article satirically addressed Greek Life, comparing... Continue Reading →

New directors debut in play festival

KATE WESTPHAL STAFF WRITER December is quickly approaching, which means finals, snow, and the 10-Minute Play Festival are around the corner. Each year, Alpha Psi Omega, Alma College’s theater honorary, puts on several short, one-act plays during the first week of December. Every play is studentproduced, from the directing and actors to the tech and... Continue Reading →

Fall sports end, winter sports begin

HANK WICKLEY SPORTS WRITER As the snow begins to fall, it marks the end of the fall sports season. Each fall athletic team is now done for the year, bringing forth a new wave of excitement for winter teams and their competition. Some highlights from this fall season included big moments from football, men’s and... Continue Reading →

Students question Alma Commitment

JORDAN GINDER STAFF WRITER Alma College attracts students by guaranteeing them the Alma Commitment. This includes the Alma Venture as well as academic & career guidance, but also an on-time graduation. The on-time graduation promises that if you follow your track but do not graduate in four years the college will cover your tuition for... Continue Reading →

KMB performs Indoor Show

DYLAN COUR STAFF WRITER This past weekend, the Kiltie Marching Band, or KMB, had their last hurrah for the season when they performed their indoor show titled “Now in Technicolor.” The band played quite a mix of music and performances. In addition to their marching show, the band also performed their new show. “The indoor... Continue Reading →

French club celebrates FrenchGiving

WADE FULLERTON STAFF WRITER Students on campus celebrated the fifth annual FrenchGiving on Thursday, Nov. 15. The French Club works year-round planning events on campus and FrenchGiving remains one of their largest turnouts. FrenchGiving allowed students enrolled in French class to receive extra credit and experience how traditional French cuisine is made. This year, FrenchGiving... Continue Reading →

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