Boston Seminar Proves Eye-Opening for Two History Students
The discovery of the story of African American Paul Cuffee, and the unfolding of others like his, was a revelation to Albion students Corey Wheeler, '18, and Elijah Bean, '19, and made the recent three-week Boston Summer Seminar, sponsored by the Great Lakes Colleges Association and hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society, an experience they'll never forget.
'Greening' Host Kirk Heinze, '70, on the Albion River Trail Extension
Io Triumphe! Spring-Summer 2016 web extra
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Kirk Heinze, '70 (right), hosts the weekly radio program "Greening of the Great Lakes," which airs Sundays at 7 p.m. on WJR 760-AM in Detroit and other stations around Michigan. Recently, the chairperson and director emeritus, agriculture and natural resources communication, at Michigan State University talked with Io Triumphe! magazine about the recreational trail project in Albion and what being a regional hub for hikers and cyclists could mean for the City and the College, both in the near term as well as down the road.
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Wes Dick, History Department Recognizes Retiring Professor Geoffrey Cocks
Albion College’s current longest-tenured professor, Wesley Arden Dick (far left), offered remarks about longtime History Department colleague Geoffrey Cocks at Cocks’ May 5 retirement reception in the Wendell Will Room of Stockwell Library.
Psychology's Mareike Wieth Flies High with Media
The first time Mareike Wieth realized her field of interest resonated beyond her office walls was the day in 2012 she got a message she didn’t expect. “When I got a voice mail from the BBC, it was like, ‘What?’ I think I hyperventilated,” she said. After all, it wasn’t every day that the British Broadcasting Corporation called an associate professor of psychology at Albion College. But Wieth was working on something that not only intrigued that news organization, but has sparked the interest of media on this side of the Atlantic as well.