Men's Basketball Team Reflects on Tour of Albion's Sister Cities
The Albion College men's basketball team traveled to France in May to continue the longstanding Sister City relationship between the towns of Noisy-le-Roi and Bailly (located near Versailles, just outside Paris), and the city of Albion. Corey Wheeler, '18, a history major from Detroit and the Britons' leading scorer and rebounder last season, recounts the trip, which included sightseeing as well as basketball clinics and exhibitions.
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'I'm Just Michael': Issues of Identity Drive Dixon's Art
Michael Dixon, associate professor and chair of art and art history, has drawn from personal experience to create the kind of art he wants, and needs, to create. His recent residency at the prestigious Yaddo retreat in upstate New York allowed him to explore his work in an even deeper way.
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CSE Trip to Northwest Offers Hope for Environment's Future
In May, geology professor Tim Lincoln led his 17th, and likely final, Center for Sustainability and the Environment (CSE) trip to explore a part of America and its local environment, a journey that over the years has proven enriching and disturbing, often at the same time. Whether it’s wetland destruction in New Orleans or mountaintop mining in Appalachia or forestry in New England or habitat loss on the Chesapeake Bay, Lincoln, in his role as director of CSE, has taken students across the country to face the environmental issues head on.
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Announcing the 2017-18 Season