2023 was an amazing year at Alma College and we were happy to be there to chronicle all of it. Here are 10 of our most popular web articles from the year:
Dahl, a junior biology major from Owosso, Mich., auditioned for the “American Idol” TV show and was given a “golden ticket” to compete in Hollywood during the show’s 21st season.
Thirteen students from nine high schools in Gratiot, Isabella and Montcalm counties were the winners of the Alma College Community Engagement Scholarship Program award this year.
Luke Losie, a member of the Alma College Class of 2022 from Farmington Hills, Mich., has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to teach English at schools in Indonesia.
The Alma College Model United Nations team followed up on an impressive performance at its regional championship in February with a stellar outing at the national competition, winning three “outstanding delegation” awards at the 2023 National Model UN Conference.
A mural designed to look like a retro-style postcard now greets visitors driving on Woodworth Avenue near East Superior Street. That’s thanks to students in Community Mural Painting, a Spring Term course taught by Alma College assistant professor of art and design Jillian Dickson.
Before a crowd of faculty, staff, alumni, friends, members of the public and its Board of Trustees, Alma College cut the ceremonial ribbon on its new heart of campus, the Greg Hatcher Learning Commons.
Leaders from Alma College and Ferris State University signed a five-year agreement to create a pathway for Alma College graduates to attend Ferris State’s College of Pharmacy.
Officials from Alma College and Montcalm Community College signed an agreement that makes it easier for students to work toward their goal of receiving a bachelor’s degree.
Donald L. Pavlik Middle School students once again joined science faculty at Alma College in “version two” of the Alma Enrichment Partnership Program: Science.
For the second consecutive year, the Alma College football team finished the regular season undefeated, going 10-0 and winning the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship. The Scots exceeded last season’s success by reaching the third round of the playoffs for the first time in program history.