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.
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
The Parts and the Whole: Brown, '18, Interns with AIS Construction
"As a parts intern with AIS Construction Equipment this summer, I have had the opportunity to operate many pieces of heavy equipment. Without question the John Deere 470G LC excavator is my favorite," says economics and management major David Brown, '18. "Standing at 40 feet tall and weighing in at 45 tons with a price tag of $400,000, it’s a beast. Most Fridays I'm out on the AIS New Hudson branch’s test site. It’s easy to say I have some fun doing my internship."
Quasunella, '17, Reflects on Her Semester at SEA
"It was sobering to be away from society," says aspiring marine biologist Amanda Quasunella, '17, who developed skills in leadership, teamwork and research during her six-week spring voyage in the South Pacific as part of her Sea Education Association SEA Semester experience. "One of my favorite parts of the voyage was the ability to get away from technology. It pushed me to know people on another level." Quasunella, who is also on the women's soccer team, surveyed the abundance and diversity of zooplankton, adding, "The opportunity to study abroad is one of the reasons why I came to Albion."
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