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Bi-Weekly Horoscopes 10/9/2023

LOTTIE CARMANLAYOUT EDITOR Aries (March 21st-April 19th) Your inner demand for adventure keeps making a continuous appearance in your everyday thoughts. It might be worth entertaining a new leadership opportunity that could open new doors into unexpected pathways.  Taurus (April 20th-May 20th) You are one to always feel a need to be independent and gain […]

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Midterm resources

COLE PEARSONPHOTOGRAPHER MEGAN NEELEYCOPY EDITOR 10/9/2023 With students entering week seven of the semester, midterms are fast approaching; however, there are many on-campus resources at Alma College intended to aid in stress reduction and increase exam preparedness.  In preparation for midterms, students are encouraged to employ the multitude of academic resources available to them; it […]

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Dr. Spinner to present at MCTE conference

CLAIRE WITTLIEFFSTAFF WRITER WILLOW NUTTSTAFF WRITER 10/9/2023 Every year, the Michigan Council of Teachers of English (MCTE) hosts a conference dedicated to bringing together the educators of Michigan. Their mission is to help provide professional resources and encouragement for current educators in the state, mainly supporting the language arts. One of the principal things MCTE […]

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A new era for American tennis

AUBREY SEGERGRAPHIC DESIGNER DARCY DAENZERLAYOUT EDITOR NAYONIKAA SINGHAALSTAFF WRITER 10/9/2023 Tennis players– Coco Gauff, 19, and Ben Shelton, 20– recently made an impressive showing at the annual U.S. Open. Gauff became the youngest American woman to win the tournament since Serena Williams in 1999, and Shelton became the youngest American man to reach the final four […]