Lunar New Year
February 11, 2015
Albion celebrates the biggest holiday in Asia! There will be free food from New China Buffet in Jackson as well as a Taiko drum performance by Raion Taiko.
When: Wednesday, February 18 at 6:00 PM
Where: Kellogg Center Stack
Sponsored by the Asian Awareness Group
Albion College Celebrates Women's History Month
From poetry to pizza, Albion College's 2015 Women's History Month events celebrate and examine a wide range of issues.
As First Tunnicliff Fellow, Utrata, '15, Studies Sustainability in South Africa
“[In South Africa], it’s in many ways more of a social focus,” rather than one that centers on business operations, says David Utrata, '15, about differing approaches to sustainability efforts. Last fall, Utrata completed a semester in the CIEE Stellenbosch Sustainability and Community program as the first Albion student supported by the Kim Tunnicliff Endowment. The fund was created following the passing of the international-education advocate and former 14-year director of the then-named Gerald R. Ford Institute for Public Service.
Wes Dick on Transforming Holland Park
The History Professor Describes the Significance of an Upcoming City Renovation Project
Dr. Wesley Dick (left), longtime Albion College professor of U.S. history, Albion resident, and one of several key forces behind the recently awarded grants slated for Holland Park improvements, offers a commentary that frames the transformation effort within a larger historical context.