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Student Organization Spotlight – Green Action Club cleans up AC

November 29, 2012
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Student Organization Spotlight – Green Action Club cleans up AC

Have you ever wondered how to reduce your impact on the environment or even help save it? If so, then the Green Action Club is for you. This club is made up of people who care about the environment and who are striving to reduce their carbon footprint and help make a positive impact on…

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Chem dept. celebrates Chemistry Week

November 1, 2012
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Chem dept. celebrates Chemistry Week

This past week, the Adrian College Chemistry Club and faculty of the Chemistry Department celebrated National Chemistry Week. Each day during the week of Oct. 22-27, the Chemistry Club hosted an activity that promoted chemistry. All events were open to the public and included a variety of events from chemistry demonstrations to guest lecturers to…

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Adrian’s Robinson Planetarium recently upgraded

October 25, 2012
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Adrian’s Robinson Planetarium recently upgraded

The Robinson Planetarium has been on Adrian College’s campus since the 1960s, but has since fallen out of the public spotlight. Since acquiring several new renovations, that has all changed. “I think the planetarium looks amazing,” said sophomore Kassy White. “There is a big difference from what it was before, and the full dome projection…

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Siegfried Ramler reveals his life story

October 11, 2012
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Siegfried Ramler reveals his life story

On Oct. 4, Adrian College hosted a guest speaker, Siegfried Ramler. Ramler was invited to AC to share his incredible life story. “I think he is a wonderful human being,” said Dr. John Eipper, Spanish professor and President of the World Association for International Studies. “I wanted him to come speak here at Adrian College…

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Planetarium to host show

October 11, 2012
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Fall is here, and Halloween is right around the corner. The Robinson Planetarium and Observatory are kicking off their fall-themed shows. One such show is the “Star Talk: Spooky Halloween” show. The show focuses mainly on what can be seen in the sky during this time of year. The planetarium staff will go over what…

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Student Organization Spotlight – ISO helps students become cultured

October 4, 2012
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Student Organization Spotlight – ISO helps students become cultured

Have you ever wanted to learn more about a certain country’s culture? Maybe you would like to learn about different places to travel in the world. Or maybe you’d just like to learn about different countries of the world. If so, then the International Student Organization (ISO), is for you. “ISO aims to unite students…

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“Drowsy Chaperone” looks to bring laughs

September 27, 2012
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Every year the Adrian College Theater Department puts on a series of plays and a Fall musical. This year the musical is “The Drowsy Chaperone” written by Bob Martin and Don McKellat with music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison. The show has been described as a “musical within a comedy.” Its a…

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“MacBeth II” opens with a strong first

September 20, 2012
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The Adrian College Theater Department and members of the theater fraternity Theta Alpha Phi have a busy semester and year ahead of them. During the upcoming year they have many great performances lined up for students, faculty and members of the community to enjoy. One such performance is that of “Macbeth II.” “The show is…

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Let the dodging and diving begin!

April 19, 2012
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Let the dodging and diving begin!

On Friday, a Heroes vs. Villains dodgeball game was held to kick off Sibs and Kids Weekend. The event was open to anyone participating in the weekend’s activities, or anyone who just wanted to come and have fun. It was sponsored by Campus Activities Network (C.A.N.). Before the game actually started, a Hero and Villain…

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Student Organization Spotlight – Social Work Club aids community

April 12, 2012
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Student Organization Spotlight – Social Work Club aids community

Dictionary.com defines social work as “organized work directed toward the betterment of social conditions in the community, as by seeking to improve the condition of the poor, to promote the welfare of children, etc.” If you ask anyone in the Social Work Club, they will most likely say that this is a correct definition, but…

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