With the first week of December behind us, the Christmas season is in full swing. This is the perfect time to curl up with a blanket and watch a holiday film. It’s something about holiday movies that bring out the joy in people. Maybe it’s the positive memories of growing up watching a cherished holiday …
A poem by Paszionique Kelly.
Sporting nearly one billion worldwide players, over half of these are adults who play regularly, chess is one of the world’s most popular hobbies. Despite this resounding popularity around the globe, organized chess is nonexistent in Lenawee County.
Welcome back Bulldogs as we have already kicked off the Spring 2022 semester on a good note. Adrian College is able to remain open and continue in person learning as everybody is continuing COVID-19 struggles.
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Written by: Kylee Doty This is the part you never think about until it comes. It’s still hard for me to fully understand that I’m graduating and what that means. It’s also hard to write four years into 500 words, but I’ll try. I started school here at 17, and turned 18 a few weeks …
All Photos Courtesy of Hannah Schaffer
Written by: Jayme Hein As we get further and further into our lives, it seems that we are faced with more and more ethical issues, especially when we enter the workforce. Luckily, Dr. Spence, a professor in the Department of Philosophy, Religion, and Leadership at Adrian College is giving students the opportunity to prepare for …
Students share their opinions on the campus COVID-19 case counts
As the Covid-19 continues to be a factor in the world, Adrian College has been able to provide a safe athletic experience. Allowing the Bulldog Athletes to perform, Kirsten Horney gets comments on travel for competition during the pandemic.