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Students enjoy their meals in Ritchie Marketplace during the 2009-2010 school year. Sodexo is ending the school year with many upcoming events, and has big plans for the 2010-2011 school year. (Photo by Jon Wittkop)

Sodexo finishes semester, high hopes for next year

Throughout the 2009-2010 academic year, Sodexo has put on various events in Ritchie Marketplace. “We try to do something every month,” Tim McLaughlin, the general manager for Sodexo, said. According...

Medieval event held at AC late last month

Medieval event held at AC late last month

Saturday, March 27, Adrian College co-hosted the first annual “Medieval and Renaissance Studies Consortium,” in conjunction with Alma College. The event is the result of last fall’s call for student...

Adrian College President Jeffrey Docking delivered his annual State of the College Address Friday in the Adrian Tobias Room. Several topics were discussed, with the main topic being college improvement. (Photos by Briana Doolan)

Docking delivers speech

“Shared Vision, Shared Success,” was the title of Adrian College’s Annual State of the College Address given last Friday at noon in the Adrian Tobias room by AC’s seventeenth President,...

Sophomore Krystin Stiefel does an experiment with methane gas in Chemistry class. Stiefel is attending San Jose State University in California this summer for a summer school program. (Photo Courtesy www.facebook.com)

Chemistry student heads to California

From June 13 to July 24, sophomore Krystin Stiefel is going to San Jose State University in CA for the ACS Nuclear and Radiochemistry undergraduate summer school. Stiefel was one...

Freshman Sandra Bryan competes in the Hand on a Van competition, sponsored by the Adrian College Circle K group last month. (Photo by Anthony Spangler)

Circle K attends district convention in Lansing, MI

Over spring break, from March 12 to March 14, Adrian College’s chapter of Circle K went to Lansing for their annual district convention. “We are a service organization affiliated with...

Students in the advanced Japanese language class are asking students to fold paper cranes to send to Hiroshima, Japan as a sign of peace. (Photo by Jennifer Miller)

Japanese students fold cranes in hopes of peace

With a square piece of paper, color side up, make a fold diagonally corner to corner. When I first walked into the advanced Japanese language classroom, I wasn’t sure what...

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Professor and wife achieve year long goal

One complex man, one simple goal: To build a genuine log cabin entirely from scratch. Assistant professor of sociology, social work, and criminal justice, Derek P. Brereton (known simply and...

Author Ryan D’Agostino visited campus yesterday, to speak as part of the on-going Convocation program. D’Agostino’s speech was about becoming successful and recognizing when you have a good idea, and, most importantly how  to put that idea into use. (Photos by Jennifer Miller)

Acclaimed author speaks at convocation yesterday

It all starts with an idea. Most people meet success when they get a good idea, recognize it for what it is, and run with it. Or, at least, that’s...

Adrian College alumni and students organized a benefit concert to help rebuild the New Victorian School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (Photo by Jon Wittkop)

Adrian College musicians host concert to benefit Haiti

Last Friday, Adrian College hosted a benefit concert in Dawson Auditorium for the country of Haiti. All proceeds went to help rebuild the New Victorian School in Port-au-Prince. AC Alum...

The bride and groom share a romantic moment on the dance floor. (Photo by Skyler Lambert)

Second annual Make-A-Wish dinner raises funds, adds laughs

The drunken and flirty wife wandering around in cahoots with everyone. The tipsy best man still in the immature college party mindset. The bride’s sister focusing the spotlight on herself...