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Career Planning’s third annual Dress for Success event

March 28, 2014
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Career Planning’s third annual Dress for Success event

On Wednesday March 19, the Institute for Career Planning hosted their third annual Dress for Success event. This event is set up like a fashion show in Caine Student Center for students to show them the proper ways to dress for interviews and for future careers. This year’s event was MC’d  by junior Janaye Powers…

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AC’s own Betz and Klaver open up for Spring Concert

March 26, 2014
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AC’s own Betz and Klaver open up for Spring Concert

Another year, another excellent Adrian College spring concert. Not only were Timeflies and Walk Off The Earth excellent in their main acts, but the concert also opened to someone pretty extraordinary. For the first time in it’s history, the event began with one of AC’s own, current sophomore Ryan ‘Hitman’ Betz, including junior Ben Klaver,…

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Blind violinist, Romel Joseph, to speak/perform at AC

March 21, 2014
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Blind violinist, Romel Joseph, to speak/perform at AC

It is typically believed by many that in order to be an accomplished musician, they must have their eyesight. The case is not so with violinist Romel Joseph. Joseph is a Haitian born, and blind, violinist who will be visiting Adrian College on his, “Never give Up Tour” held on March 30th in Dawson Auditorium…

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Alexander and Zalenko represent Model Arab League

March 21, 2014
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Two Adrian College delegates that participated in the Model Arab League that was hosted at Grand Valley State University on Feb. 13-15, received Honorable Mentions for the Michigan model. These delegates were sophomore Devin Alexander and junior Jordan Zalenko. The Model Arab League is, “a diplomacy simulation where students act as delegates representing countries of…

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TLC’S reality star, Amy Roloff, speaks at convocation

March 21, 2014
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On Wednesday, March 12, a bundled up and perky Amy Roloff walked into the Caine Hickman Boardroom and sat down for an exclusive interview with Janaye Powers and myself, before delivering her speech for AC’s convocation on Disabilities Awareness Week. She remained in good spirits despite the snowy weather and the media attention she received…

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Board of Trustees approve 5 new academic programs

March 16, 2014
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The Board of Trustees recently approved the addition of 5 new academic programs. These programs are finance, event and facilities management, graphic design, health care management and fashion design.  They will become available to students in either the fall or spring semester of the 2014-2015 school year. President Docking and Dean Agnes Caldwell hope that…

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Adrian City Commission addresses tough issues in town

March 16, 2014
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Monday, March 3 the City Commission met at the City Chambers Building at 7 p.m. As per usual, it started with a moment of silence and the Pledge of Allegiance. The Commission then honored Bob Fultz with some of his family members there. Fultz worked at the homeless shelter and volunteered at the Salvation Army.…

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AC looks forward to multiple new campus renovations

March 16, 2014
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AC looks forward to multiple new campus renovations

Adrian College has come a long way in shining up its campus in the past few years through many renovations and new building projects. Many alumni would say that the campus looks nothing like it was when they attended. As construction cones continue to line up around different areas of the college, plans for more…

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Kazee gives AC a look into mental health

April 25, 2013
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Kazee gives AC a look into mental health

“We want our students to realize the importance of mental health in a school community,” said Professor Craven of the Teacher Education Department. On April 17 at 6 p.m. all the tables in the Adrian College Tobias room were packed with students aspiring to become teachers. Nearly 100 people attended the presentation by LMSW (Licensed…

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Boston Marathon Bombings: What can AC do?

April 25, 2013
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It is hard for many to feel safe in the world we live in. More often than not, CNN and Facebook feeds are flooded with news of violence, whether it be gun violence in schools or threats to our country. The most recent act of terror on the United States people occurred Monday,  April 15,…

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