Message of Solidarity to Sister Cities in France
On Friday, July 15, the following message was sent by Albion College professor of French Dianne Guenin-Lelle on behalf of the City of Albion Sister City Committee to friends in the communities of Noisy-le-Roi and Bailly, France, after the tragic event in Nice on Thursday, July 14.
Nos amis chéris,
Nous sommes avec vous dans ce moment si tragique, si triste, et nous restons en solidarité avec les valeurs de la république. L'humanite nous lie les uns aux autres, et nous sommes encore plus liés avec vous comme des soeurs et des frères car en fait nous sommes une seule grande famille malgré cet océan qui paraît nous séparer.
Nous vous embrassons très, très fort,
Dianne pour le Sister City Committee
Britons in Fast Lane as Interns at Roush
Student-athletes Taylor Shrader, '17, and Anthony Waite, '17, are accelerating their hands-on Albion College experience this summer as interns for Roush Enterprises. Both are members of the Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management; Shrader is working with the corporate communications team while Waite is working with the marketing director for the company's alternative fuels division.
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Cardiology and College Credit at Albion's First 'Camp Med'
Summer camps have become a part of life for many American teens, an opportunity to hone skills and pursue interests. Albion College's first "Camp Med," held last month, went one step further, giving campers a quarter-unit of college credit in the bargain. Camp Med "Cardiology 101" was three intensive days specifically designed for high school seniors and juniors interested in a medical career.
For Tom Poirier, '69, His Journey of Discovery Was Worth It
On May 10, somewhere deep on the Appalachian Trail, Tom Poirier celebrated 30 years of sobriety all by himself. It was perhaps the perfect irony that on that momentous spring day he found himself acknowledging the vanquishing of one challenge in the place where he was attempting to embrace another. For Poirier, trekking the Appalachian Trail had found a place in his psyche for decades, an opportunity that haunted and dared him.