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Education Department Welcomes Filmmaker Andrew Cohn as Visiting Scholar

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Emmy Award-winning documentarian Andrew Cohn (left) will screen his latest work, Night School, on Wednesday, March 22, at 7 p.m. in the Bohm Theatre. Preceding that is a Monday, March 20, 5 p.m. open house at the Ludington Center, discussions with Albion College classes and much more as part of multiday stay.

Albion College Celebrates Women's History Month 2017

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Covering equal pay, entertainment, the environment and much more, Albion College celebrates Women's History Month with a wide variety of events.

Songs and Science, Probability and a Province: Albion Students on Spring Break

While many Albion students (and professors) made time for rest and relaxation during spring break, it was also a great opportunity to apply and expand upon work done in class. This week, students in music, mathematics and the Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program have gone in all directions to gain some unique learning experiences.

An Albion Family Tree With Special Roots

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In 1936, homesick for his native Upper Peninsula, John Reynolds, '39 (left), planted an Austrian pine tree from his home on the quad. Eighty-one years later (and earlier this week), two of his grandchildren who are members of the College grounds staff helped take down the tree, which had been beset by disease. But a new tree from the Reynolds family cabin in the U.P. will soon be brought to campus and planted in the same spot.

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