Adrian College is grateful to have such great staff and faculty. Recognition is definitely deserved for many of them, however, there is one in particular that is to be centered on. Professor Mesaros-Winckles is a Professor who currently works here in the Communications Department. She received her education for her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication at Spring Arbor University, with concentrations in advertising/PR and journalism.
Month: March 2022
Adrian College Begins Mahan Renovations
Exciting news coming to campus as renovations for the Mahan building are underway. Mahan is the Center of Art and Interior Design that has many amazing aspects that not many people know about. The renovation is a very exciting project for AC and something that has actually been in the works since 2010.
Main Star of the Show, Russell Dickerson Performs At the Adrian College Spring Concert
The Adrian College Spring Concert happened Friday 18, 2022 in the Blue Gym in Merillat Fitness Sports Center, on campus. Featured in the concert were; Carter Faith, a beginning southern country musician; After Midtown, another beginning but northern country group; and the main star of the concert, Russel Dickerson.
Adrian Students Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Adrian College students were thanking St. Patrick last Thursday when they woke up to sunny, 70 degree weather. One of the warmest days since the start of winter, falling on one of the biggest party holidays of the year, seemed like a gift from the leprechaun gods.
‘The Batman’ is Thrilling, Emotionally Real Entertainment
Director Matt Reeves’ The Batman does not play out like a traditional superhero movie. It does not pay homage to or mimic the tropes of the many Marvel superhero action movies that have flooded the movie market in the past decade. Indeed, most of the classic Batman franchise trappings: the Batmobile, the gadgets, the butler, and the villains are all completely reimagined, recreated to fit this film’s interpretation of the character.
Adrian Skating Makes History At National Championships
While many people were home for spring break, the Collegiate and Senior Synchronized Skating Teams competed at their National Championship event in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Collegiate team came home with a silver medal, and the Senior team earned their first-ever national medal, which was pewter.
Adrian Tennis Returns to Orlando
721 days had passed since the Adrian College tennis team was down in Orlando, Fla. for their annual spring break trip. It had been since my freshman year that I had been able to experience the Florida heat while grinding on the tennis court with the rest of the team. As the tennis team came back on the long drive from Orlando to Adrian two years ago, nobody could have ever seen what was going to happen next.
Small Businesses Booming in Adrian
Throughout the pandemic, we have seen a growing love for small businesses and the stories behind them. Luckily, Adrian is full of small businesses that grab the attention of shopaholics and foodies. There are even tons of services that you can receive through them. After asking Adrian College students what some of their favorite small businesses are, here is a list of fun places to check out in your free time!
Bulldogs Take to Ice for Quarterfinal Match-up With Hobart
The Adrian College Men’s NCAA hockey team is once again back in the NCAA Tournament; they will be facing an unfamiliar opponent in Hobart. It was not supposed to be that way; however, these two teams were originally scheduled to play each other in the first round of the NCAA tournament two years ago before …
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Adrian professor Philip Howe reacts to Ukrainian Conflict
On Feb. 24, a conflict began in Ukraine after Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, authorized a full-scale military invasion of the country. This came after months of a Russian military buildup along Ukraine’s borders, and diplomatic back-and-forth between Russia and various Western state powers.