Stock Seat Team Riding High at Home Meet (October 19, 2013)
Although the drizzle of rain outside was constant nearly all day, the Albion College stock seat team shined in the spotlight during their double header home meet on October 19 at the Nancy G. Held Equestrian Center. With multiple riders pointing into higher divisions and qualifying for Regional Championships, it proved to be a successful weekend for the Briton riders on many accounts.
The morning show ended with two Albion riders qualified for Regionals. Sophomore Kaitlyn Anderson (Douglas/Saugatuck) placed first in her walk-trot class to point up into the intermediate division, and junior Elle Root (Alpena/Alpena) pointed up from novice to the advanced division. During the afternoon show, junior Chelsea Weiss (Manchester/Chelsea) also bumped up from novice to advanced. All three riders will go onto to Regionals after the regular season.
Other notable morning performances include junior Morgan Carey (Hemlock/Saint Charles Community), who wound up reserve high point rider by winning second place in both the open and reining classes in the morning, which also helped secure the Albion team’s fourth place finish.
The Albion riders really found their stride in the afternoon show, ending up winning champion high point team. Carey competed in a ride-off with teammate Megan McNeil (Onondaga/Jackson Christian), resulting in Carey winning first in open and McNeil winning second. They ended up winning overall high point rider and reserve high point rider respectively.
The first-year students proved valuable during the afternoon show, too. Hannah Schultz (Livonia/Divine Child) won first place in intermediate, and Jordan McGinn (Royal Oak/Shrine) won first place in her walk-trot class.
Coach Denise Webber says she was very proud of her team’s rides and was grateful for all of the help they had to host a successful show.
Riders Take Third in Grand Valley Show
The Albion College hunt seat team finished in third place out of 13 teams at an October 27 show hosted by Grand Valley State University.
Printing Prices-Poster Printer
The large format poster printer (Hewlett Packard DesignJet T1100ps) produces high quality color prints. This printer can be used for poster printing, banners and much more.
It is recommended that you use Microsoft PowerPoint or Publisher to create your document however, many other applications will work as well. When designing your project, keep in mind that our paper sizes are either 24", 36" or 42".
There are four types of paper:
- Basic Coated (best for a draft print and posters that will be quickly discarded)
- Heavy Weight Coated (matte finish paper - works well for text posters)
- Imaging Satin (slightly shiny paper that is good for posters with text and images)
- Imaging Gloss (best for posters with lots of photo quality images).
To have an item printed on the poster printer, please send an email request to
. If your file is too large to include in the email, post it to the P drive and state in the email where you have placed the item. Please also include in your email the type of paper you would like used, the quantity, and the account number to be charged. A staff member will print your project and let you know when it is complete.
24" roll Basic Coated Paper $8.00/per ft.
Heavy Weight Coated Paper $8.50/per ft.
Satin or Glossy Paper $9.50/per ft.
36" roll Basic Coated Paper $10.50/per ft.
Heavy Weight Coated $11.00/per ft.
42" roll Basic Coated Paper $12.50/per ft.
Heavy Weight Coated $13.00/per ft.
Satin or Gloss Paper $14.00/per ft.
Technology in the Classroom
Albion's Enhanced Classrooms and Media systems are utilized for a variety of learning activities. The systems were designed to provide current technology options in simple-to-use components.
Presentation System Documentation
Photographically enhanced checklists and other system documentation.
Semester classes are scheduled with the Registrar's office.
Independent events are scheduled through
at the Kellogg Center
Presentation System Orientations
to arrange for room or media cart orientations. Special arrangements may also be made for orientations after normal business hours by listing the room you would like assistance with.
You may report a problem directly by entering a work order in the campus Work Order System.
Alternatively, contact Instructional Technology to identify problems encountered in rooms or media carts at
listing the room and what you know about the problem.