Category Archives: Students

Music Ensembles at KC Stack today! (12/6, 5:30-7pm)

Want to play (or sing) in a musical ensemble?
Want to start learning a musical instrument or take voice lessons?
Want to listen to some holiday music and relax while you eat, study or mingle with friends and colleagues?

Then come by KC Stack TODAY anytime between 5:30-7 p.m. and join the fun!

There, you will be able to try out the instruments or even jam with other students. We’ll answer your questions about joining any of our large ensembles — orchestra, jazz band, symphonic wind ensemble, marching band or choir — or help you discover ways to take music lessons on campus. Or you can simply sit and enjoy the holiday music.

There will be cookies and treats for everyone — the event is open to all students, faculty and staff. We will see you tonight!

Thinking about getting your Master’s degree?

Explore the possibilities of a Master in Fine Arts or Communications and Information Technology at Alma College.

Stop by the KC Tables from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, Jan. 19 and 26, Feb. 16 and 23, March 16 and 23 and April 13 and 20 to learn about the two master’s programs offered online at Alma College.

Alma College has expanded its vibrant student-centered educational programs to include graduate degrees. Alma College focuses on engaged learning, leadership and practical knowledg…

Stress Free In The KC Dec. 7

Take a break and stop by the KC Wednesday, Dec. 7 from 1-5 p.m. to enjoy some stress-free crafts and activities. We will offer ornament painting, stress balls, crafts, coloring pages, and more! Sponsored by The Office of Integrated Wellness and Campus Life.

Write a letter, change a life.

The Albion Human Rights Lab invites the campus community to take action to protect the right to protest. The Human Right Lab will be participating in Amnesty International’s “Write for Rights” campaign – the world’s biggest annual human rights event. Visit our table in the KC Dec. 6-8 between 3:30-6:30 p.m.

Write a letter of solidarity to a person unjustly imprisoned for their peaceful activism or unpopular views. Write a letter to a government official who has the power to change these peoples’ situations. For every letter written, you will be entered into a prize drawing and you will help us move one step closer to reaching our goal of writing 100 letters by International Human Rights Day. We know that writing these letters works. Often there is a noticeable change in the treatment of these individuals by the country’s authorities. Sometimes charges are dropped and people are released from detention. Take action to support the right to freedom of expression and freedom of peaceful assembly! If you are off campus and would like to participate electronically, email

Thrift Fair Donations

The Center for Sustainability and the Environment will host its first-ever thrift fair next semester. In preparation, students are invited to donate unwanted, gently used clothes to CSE Jan. 12-13, from 1-5 p.m. on the first floor of the KC. All proceeds will be set aside for a new green fund to help support environmentally focused, student-led initiatives.