Grubhub Giveaway

Metz is having a Grubhub participation giveaway. Earn an entry by utilizing the Grubhub app to order from any of the Metz Retail locations (The Grinds, Eat Shop or The Brit Bar). Each order counts as 1 entry. Prizes include Amazon gift cards and JBL Bluetooth Speakers.

Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 by Victoria Gross (

Need Help With FAFSA?

Stop by the Mudd Library Computer Lab TODAY between 3:30 – 5 p.m. to get help on your FAFSA! Financial Aid will be sharing changes in the FAFSA form, new terminology, and will be available to answer questions and assist as needed. Take this time to complete your FAFSA and be ahead of the game. Sponsored by TRIO and open to all students!

Make sure to bring the following with you:
  • Parents Names
  • Parent’s Social Security Number (if they have one)
  • Parent’s Birthdate
  • Parent’s Email Address

Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 by Jennifer Yawson (

Orchestra and Choir Conert–Sunday, Feb 25, 4:00

The Albion College Concert Choir, Symphony Orchestra, and Briton Singers will present a combined concert “Panthers and Other Creatures” on Sunday, Feb. 25, 4 p.m., in Goodrich Chapel. The concert will feature the orchestra performing “A Tribute to Henry Mancini” where listeners will recognize “The Pink Panther” as well as several other Mancini tunes. The choir will perform pieces including “El Grillo” (The Cricket) by Josquin des Pres and “White Winter Hymnal” by Robin Pecknold (arr. Alan Billingsley) The ensembles will combine at the end for several pieces including Edward Elgar’s “The Snow.”

Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 by Hope Anderson (

Today – “Ashes to Go” (Traditional and Glitter) in the KC

Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the Christian season of Lent that leads up to Easter. Lent is a season of reflection, repentance, and re-centering. In collaboration with Spiritual Life, local United Methodist clergy will provide ‘ashes to go’ in the Kellogg lobby from 1 to 3 p.m., Ash Wednesday, including traditional palm ashes and glitter ashes. Why ashes? Ashes symbolize mortality, grief, and repentance. Why glitter? Ashes mixed with biodegradable glitter represent LGBTQ affirmation and inclusion. They are also a public acknowledgement of the divine worth of each human being, including those who have often been marginalized. Together, they invite us to view Lent–and life–in a new way. For more information, email

Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 by Laura Todd (