My Legs Hurt

From the time I was 10, my legs just didn’t feel right. I complained to my parents but it just didn’t make sense since I hadn’t been doing anything out of the ordinary. On some days, just walking around school could set it off. Multiple doctors’ appointments were in vain--there never seemed to be an …

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AC Survivor Wraps Up Season One

On April 6, AC Survivor had its “Season One” finale. The final four team of Jarvis, Dale, Sam and M.D. competed in one last immunity challenge. This was a memory test that saw the final four try to run over and memorize as many logos of past seasons of the show, and then write as …

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Figure Skating Takes Bronze at Nationals

On April 13-14, 2019, the Adrian College Varsity Figure Skating Team competed at the Intercollegiate National Championships at the University of Delaware. The team has been undefeated in the Midwestern conference for seven consecutive seasons, continuing to show the excellence of the Bulldog Skating program. The team placed third in the nation, behind Boston University …

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City of Adrian approves application for autonomous vehicle grant

With a 5-2 vote, the Adrian City Commission approved Downtown Development Authority and Economic Development Coordinator Chris Miller to apply for the U.S. Department of Transportation / Federal Highway Administration Autonomous Vehicle Project. This grant would provide $2 million to fund two autonomous busses that would potentially run two routes in the city. One route …

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