Adrian College Esports Program Recap

By: Anthony Bussing Located in Shipman Library, the Adrian College Esports program potentially has as many noise complaints as victories under their belts this season as the halfway point of fall semester passes with a team undefeated up to week four and great performances all around otherwise. New to this year is the program director …

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How the AC Alert System Keeps the Campus Safe

Written By: Karlie Acord Although Adrian College is a small campus, there is a large student body that is always scattered across the multiple facilities. In order to keep everyone safe, the college implemented the AC Alert system in October  2013. Since its implementation, the alerts have notified students and faculty of the various situations …

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Review of “Deathloop” (Arkane Studios, 2021)

Written by: Anthony Bussing As much as I wanted "Deathloop" to be the culmination of all things Arkane, I’m quite disappointed that while the sugar and spice in the kitchen are new, it's the same old meat.  The story of “Deathloop” develops as the player explicitly learns how to complete a series of intersectional objectives …

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The Silent Survivors of Adrian College

Written By: Catherine Weddle * Names have been changed to protect the identity of our sources (Amanda Smith, Emily White, John Davis) The end of fall semester was coming and the feeling of Christmas spirit was right round the corner. Amanda Smith* and her teammates prepared for a fun night out at one of Adrian’s …

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Editor’s Guide to Surviving the Darker Months 

Written By: Karlie Acord and Helena Mazzarella  As we transition into the damp, dark months of the year, we simultaneously transition into seasonal habits. With less sunlight, the fall and winter months cloud people’s desires to face the harsh elements. With these darker and colder days, we sink into hibernated states. According to Psychology Today, …

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Adrian College Has A Healthy Start to the Semester

Written By: Catherine Weddle Nearly two years ago, students and faculty of Adrian College were given the news that COVID-19 wasn’t just a rumor. Classes were moved online indefinitely, and it seemed no one had any real answers to when life would be normal again. Although struggles and losses of COVID-19 still surround the world, …

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A Student Athlete’s Take On Covid-19

Written By: Bailey Mruzik COVID-19 has been an unprecedented time for everyone, young and old. We have all sacrificed family get-togethers, school functions, sports, and everything “normal” in our lives.  We’ve hid our faces behind masks, been extra careful about hand-washing and social distanced in order to keep us and our loved ones safe. However, …

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“Fallout 76” Review

Written By: Anthony Bussing Bethesda Game Studios’ initial 2018 release of “Fallout 76” has had a series of content updates and general improvements bringing the game to its current “Fallout Worlds” version of the live service title, retaining and recruiting the player base of nuclear post-apocalypse fans. The presentation of the newest update is in …

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