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Mortar board taps new members

April 7, 2011
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This past month, juniors across the campus have been anxiously waiting to find out if they were chosen to be a part of one of the most elite honor societies on campus, Mortar Board. Over the past few days, many juniors have been “tapped” into this national honor society which recognizes college seniors for their…

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Creativity flows in senior exhibitions

April 7, 2011
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Creativity flows in senior exhibitions

The senior exhibition is being displayed in the Valade art gallery room in front of the library. Four talented seniors, Jami Pugh, Ashley Dixon, Brittney Saull and Ashley Deuschle have put out their best work for the public to view. Pugh has eleven pieces of art in the gallery room. The colors she uses are…

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Greek organizations celebrate 50 years

April 7, 2011
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Greek organizations celebrate 50 years

Last Saturday, active members and alumni of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, and Sigma Sigma Sigma gathered in the Adrian-Tobias Room to celebrate their 50th anniversaries of receiving their national charters. This was a very special occasion for all organizations involved, as it recognized their presence on campus and all the work that…

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Seniors showcase their musical talents

March 31, 2011
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Seniors showcase their musical talents

The Adrian College music department was proud to host two senior recitals in Dawson Auditorium this past weekend. Senior Nikki Baldwin had her music minor vocal recital Saturday afternoon. Baldwin, originally from Ludington, Mich., got into music at an early age because of her dad, and “found her niche” in seventh grade when she joined…

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Conference educates on women’s rights

March 31, 2011
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Last Saturday, Adrian College hosted the third annual Women’s Diversity Conference which took place in Ritchie Marketplace and Caine Student Center. Assistant professor of art history and director of women’s studies Carissa Massey, and director of multicultural programs Idali Feliciano organized the event. The conference celebrated the diversity of women, as well as taking into…

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Student Organization Spotlight: Circle K wins big awards

March 31, 2011
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Student Organization Spotlight: Circle K wins big awards

There are a lot of programs and clubs that promote leadership on the Adrian College campus; Circle K International (CKI) is no exception. CKI doesn’t only deal in leadership, they also deal with community service. They are the largest collegiate service organization in the world. CKI is part of Kiwanis International, a worldwide community service…

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Chi-O’s set to host Make-A-Wish dinner

March 31, 2011
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Chi-O’s set to host Make-A-Wish dinner

This coming Saturday, Chi Omega will be hosting its third annual Make-A-Wish Mystery Dinner at 6 p.m in the Adrian-Tobias Room. This philanthropic event offers a formal night of theatre and dinner. There will also be a silent auction. The event is hosted every year to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation and to grant a child…

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Seniors showcase final work in exhibition

March 24, 2011
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Seniors across Adrian College campus are preparing themselves for graduation and what’s coming next, with the art department being no exception. Seniors are coming out of their studio cocoons and revealing their butterflies, so to speak. Seniors Michelle Leman, Michael Abernathy, Mary Molnar, and Rachel Williams just recently had their artwork on display for their…

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ACADEMIC preps for nationals

March 24, 2011
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ACADEMIC preps for nationals

Every Wednesday evening at 5:45 p.m., the group ACADEMIC meets in the Caine Skyboxes. ACADEMIC – an acronym for a longer, much more delicate phrase that relates to Adrian College. ACADEMIC is a stands for the Adrian College Association for Diplomatic Educational Models and International Cooperation Club.The club itself was a joint effort between associate…

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Night of humor, awareness about women

March 24, 2011
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Night of humor, awareness about women

The second annual Vagina Monologues took place last Thursday and Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Adrian Tobias room. This event was sponsored by the Feminist Empowerment Movement (FEM) and featured a play written by women’s rights activist Eve Ensler. “The Vagina Monologues is a collection raising awareness of women’s issues in the United States…

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