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Students' Service to Community Earns National Recognition

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For the sixth straight year, Albion College has been recognized for its commitment to promoting civic engagement, volunteerism and service learning. Albion was one of 86 colleges and universities named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its collective 2015 efforts.

Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor survivor Cal Calderone at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., with students in Dr. Wes Dick's First-Year Seminar titled Albion & the American Dream.
"In November, our first-year seminar, A Sense of Place: Albion & the American Dream, traveled to Washington, D.C. to discover America’s history," writes professor Wesley Arden Dick. "On November 5, our students were exploring the national ‘World War II Memorial’ when we encountered a gentleman who was wearing a hat with the insignia USS West Virginia. Hoping to talk with a World War II veteran, we introduced ourselves and he identified himself as Adone ‘Cal’ Calderone from Canton, Ohio."

Kailey Henderson, '18: One Semester in Spain, Three Roles

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"Studying Spanish and living in a Spanish-speaking country are two different things entirely, and I cannot stress enough how important it's been to spend this past semester in Spain," writes Kailey Henderson, '18, who has studied abroad this fall in an intensive Spanish language and culture studies program at the University of Alicante.

Nathan Horsman Brings Wealth of Experience to Albion Equestrian

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Nathan Horsman has worked with horses all over the country, and now he's brought his expertise to Albion College as its new Western coach and instructor.

 

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