This semester, the Adrian College Interior Design Department launched a pilot program, helping their students bridge the gap between their academic and professional interests in addition to providing the college with a beneficial resource. The program is a 400-level class, “Professional Practices.”
A short list of some of the things students have learned throughout their education at Adrian College thus far.
Each year during the excruciatingly long month of April, there is a shared sense of angst amongst college students near and far. The days get darker, the weather gets colder, and a matched sense of gloom makes its way into the library and various study spots across campus. The dreaded time has come: finals.
Adrian College’s annual Ribbons of Excellence Conference was held entirely in person for the first time in three years. While last year's event was a hybrid between virtual and in-person attendance, this year, various classrooms around campus were filled once again with eager presenters and curious audience members.
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.
In elementary school, there was a time I longed for the pink or blue ribbons my classmates pinned proudly to their shirts. The words “I’m a big brother” or “I’m a big sister” always elicited a cheerfully explosive response from a group of students, and teachers paused class to revel in photos of freshly swaddled babies
The Adrian College Synchronized Skating Team recently returned from Neuchâtel, Switzerland, where they represented Team USA at the Tissot Neuchâtel Trophy.
Written By: Helena Mazzarella Classes at Adrian College will not be in session on Jan. 17 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. While students and faculty will have the day off, there are no planned events on campus for this federal holiday. In lieu of a dedicated on-campus event, there will be various …
Arrington Ice Arena glistened with the sparkle of Swarovski crystals on the morning of Sunday, September 19, as a group of twelve eager skaters took the ice to debut their new competitive programs for the 2021-2022 season.
The beginning of the fall semester is well underway, which has brought students' return and newly implemented COVID-19 guidelines.