Blues at the Bohm Finds Red-Hot Groove
Blues at the Bohm, the monthly blues concert and jam at the downtown Bohm Theatre, has been a two-year labor of love for professor of chemistry Cliff Harris (left). And now, with continued enthusiastic support from the community, it's starting to break through beyond the Albion area, as more acts pour in from farther afield to perform. Harris talks about it in an interview with The Daily Yonder website and in a recent video.
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Holocaust Studies' Poland Trip Adds Context to Coursework
During a College-sponsored trip to Poland last month, Cameron Voss, '20 (left), noted an incident that underscores the trip's importance. "Rachael Vitale uncovered a gravestone that really excited the cemetery curator. He told us a family was coming the next week to look for this grave," Voss said. "We couldn't lift that stone, but we were able to prop it up so the family could see it."
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Announcing the 2017-18 Season
CSE Trip to Northwest Offers Hope for Environment's Future
In May, geology professor Tim Lincoln led his 17th, and likely final, Center for Sustainability and the Environment (CSE) trip to explore a part of America and its local environment, a journey that over the years has proven enriching and disturbing, often at the same time. Whether it’s wetland destruction in New Orleans or mountaintop mining in Appalachia or forestry in New England or habitat loss on the Chesapeake Bay, Lincoln, in his role as director of CSE, has taken students across the country to face the environmental issues head on.
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