Congressman Dave Camp, '75, Delivers Aldrich Lecture
Sharing his behind-the-scenes assessment of how Congress can and may improve America's economic health, Congressman Dave Camp, '75, delivered the 2012 Aldrich Lecture in Law, Justice & Society on March 13. Students, faculty, staff, and a number of community members and trustees gathered in Towsley Hall to hear Camp's analysis of current issues based in part on his work on the Bowles-Simpson Commission and the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (the "supercommittee").
Representing Michigan's fourth Congressional district and chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Camp is centrally involved with national, economic, health care and social welfare policy.
From Z(uni) to A(coma): Gabby Vezzosi's Research Changes Albion Art Collection
It's a news story that rarely fails to snag headlines and the public's attention: a graduate student, working in an archive, uncovers a treasure the institution didn't know it had. Gabby Vezzosi, '12, can identify with it—except, of course, that she's not a graduate student. The art and political science major began with the need for a Ford internship, and ended up helping Albion's Art Department redefine part of its collection.
Vylonis Overcomes Setbacks to Pave Way to Bright Future
Megan Vylonis’ activity in the chemistry lab and on the tennis court at Albion College didn’t turn out exactly the way she wanted, but it paved the way for a bright future.
The Buchanan native and 2011 graduate plans to continue on the path toward becoming a pediatrician in summer 2012 when she enters A.T. Still University’s Kirksville (Mo.) College of Osteopathic Medicine; this despite completing a thesis titled, Everything Not to Do: My Experience with Chiral Aryl Iodine, and battling illness and injury to participate on the women’s tennis team her senior year.