Finishing touches for the Women’s basketball season

With their second to last game, our Lady Bulldogs matched up against nationally ranked number 10 Hope College on the AC court for another win toward a March Madness journey. Hope beat Adrian 78-52 in the “Pink Out” game Feb. 14. I was able to attend the game with my good friend Mitchell Lindsay and …

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Random Acts of Kindness

During the month of October, Adrian College’s Softball team participated in Random Acts of Kindness. This is where they spent the whole month performing random act of kindness for others. The random acts ranged between setting out a bowl of candy in the library for students to leaving out quarters by the washers and dryers …

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What You Need to Know About Jasmynn’s Voice

Imagine going through your everyday routine conversing via iPad. This scenario is a daily reality for Jasmynn Archer, an 18-year-old high school student living with autism. Though she is technically nonverbal, she is able to use an iPad to communicate with family and friends. Jasmynn and her parents, Melissa and David Archer, will be on …

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Lenawee County athletes stay in the home spotlight in AC sports

One of the biggest decisions a student athlete has to make is choosing where to continue his or her athletic career beyond high school. Besides just figuring out which coach or team atmosphere is the best fit, there are additional factors that weigh on a student’s mind. Do I choose to leave my own state …

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Men’s Volleyball learns valuable lessons from Hiram Invitational

Photo by Mike Dickie: AC Men's Volleyball junior defensive specialist Joseph Herrera Eight wins, 14 losses. The Men's Volleyball team hopes last year's 8-14 record soon becomes a distant memory. The overall record of 8-14 was the final statistic for the Bulldogs 2018 season. Last season was head coach Zak Krug’s first. Still, the 8th-place …

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Adrian’s Latest Play Empowers Women

On February 20-22 at 7:30 P.M., and on the 23 of February, the matinee show will be at 2 P.M., Adrian College Theatre Department is hosting the play “Lysistrata.” translated by Sarah Ruden. According to https://www.ancient-literature.com, it’s a bawdy anti-war comedy by the ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes, first staged in 411 BCE. It is the …

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New Changes for Academic Services

The Academic Services Department in Jones Hall has some new faces this semester, according to Ben Ernst, who took over last semester as director. Joining Ernst is Steven Mitchell, tutoring coordinator, as well as Barbara Dame, accessibility services specialist. Dame replaces Danielle Ward, who left the college in December after 20 years to work for …

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