ATO’s “Tau Cuts” raises $1800 for cancer research

March 26, 2014
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ATO’s “Tau Cuts” raises $1800 for cancer research

Last Thursday, March 20th, Adrian College’s Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity raised nearly $1,800 from their fundraiser, “Tau Cuts”. Throughout this fundraiser, AC students gathered in Caine Student Center to witness several students have their heads shaved. ATO hosts this fundraiser in order to raise money for the Hickman Cancer Center, located in Adrian, MI.…

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Congratulations to the ACHA D3 Gold team for winning Nationals three years in a row!

March 26, 2014
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Congratulations to the ACHA D3 Gold team for winning Nationals three years in a row!

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Men’s lacrosse beats Elmhurst College Bluejays, 14-4

March 26, 2014
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Men’s lacrosse beats Elmhurst College Bluejays, 14-4

Written by: Kelsey Stanton The Adrian Bulldogs men’s lacrosse team traveled to Elmhurst Bluejays’ home field Saturday, March 15 in their third game of the season. They now boast a 2-1 record for the year and a commanding start to the season. The Bulldogs were able to easily shut down Elmhurst in a definite 14-4…

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Women’s Lacrosse falls to Augustana College 21-10

March 26, 2014
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Women’s Lacrosse falls to Augustana College 21-10

The Bulldogs had their home opener Saturday afternoon as they took on the Augustana College Vikings. The Vikings gathered an early lead and carried a 12-6 advantage to the break. The Bulldogs battled hard in the second half as they looked to even the score. With every goal scored by the Bulldogs, the Vikings seemed…

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Baseball sweeps Franklin by scores of 15-6 and 10-9

March 26, 2014
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Baseball sweeps Franklin by scores of 15-6 and 10-9

Written by: Kelsey Stanton The Adrian College Bulldogs men’s baseball team swept the Franklin Grizzlies Saturday, March 15 in a double header. The Bulldogs are now 4-3 overall with the two wins under their belt. The game was scheduled to be played at Adrian as their season’s home opener, but was moved to Franklin due…

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Our View: Try something new, attend the spring concert!

March 21, 2014
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As I’m sure we are all aware, the 2014 spring concert is only days away. The advertisements, for the concert, this year have been extensive and the email reminders have been even more extensive. But honestly, I know you are still asking yourselves the same question, “Is it worth going?”. Before the two bands, Walk…

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“Ban Bossy” campaign is a smokescreen for celebrity publicity

March 21, 2014
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The “Ban Bossy” campaign endorsed by Beyonce, Condoleezza Rice, Jennifer Garner, and Sheryl Sandberg has been spreading virally over the last week. Considered as four influential women they have joined together to get the world to stop using the word “bossy”. This campaign is part of a feminist movement directed at people to stop referring…

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“March Madness” strikes again

March 21, 2014
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It is that time of the year again. It is a month-long event of monstrous proportions. This is one of the few times of the year where the majority of the population turns their televisions to one event. 68 teams, across six different venues and three different time zones, all locked in an epic struggle…

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MI “Rape Insurance Bill” passes

March 21, 2014
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In December 2013, Michigan’s Legislature approved a bill that prohibits insurers from paying for abortions unless a separate rider is purchased along with insurance. On Thursday, March 13, 2014 this bill went into effect. According to mlive.com, this is a “citizen-initiated” law that is backed by Right to Life of Michigan.  However, this bill never…

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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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