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Albion Triumphs in Lower Michigan Mathematics Competition

The Albion College mathematics and computer science department is celebrating the return of the Klein Kup after the team of Chen Chen, Mingjia Yang, and Sining Gu emerged victorious in the Lower Michigan Mathematics Competition. The Britons posted 90 points to hold a 19-point margin over the runner-up from Kalamazoo College.

Economics & Management Students Develop Skills Through Consulting Projects

Casey Hoffman, '11, worked with his classmates to craft a marketing message for the Calhoun Intermediate School District.Economics & management professor Vicki Baker demonstrated the Albion Advantage to students in two of her classes during the Spring semester. Through the advantage, Albion is preparing its students for promising careers and for graduate or professional school admission by showing students not only how to connect important ideas but how to translate those ideas into actions that will benefit society and the communities with which they are members as a whole.

Students in the management consulting and management courses have worked in teams to complete consulting projects for organizations in Albion, Battle Creek and Marshall.

Ashley Squires Performs Senior Recital

By Breanna Reedy, '10

On Friday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Goodrich Chapel, Ashley Squires, a clarinetist from Battle Creek, will take the stage for her Senior Recital. She will be joined on stage by David Gilliland, piano and Garrett Lefkowitz, clarinet. She will perform standard clarinet repertoire by Carl Maria von Weber, Bernhard Henrick Crusell, Willson Osborne, and Georges Marty.


Squires is a music education major, interested in teaching students K-12. She will be student teaching in the fall at Pennfield Middle School and High School.

“I am lucky to have a wide variety of music to perform and I have been extremely fortunate to have studied under a truly wonderful instructor this year, Meghan Merciers, which without her this recital would not have been possible," said Squires. "My time here at Albion has also taught me a great deal about the work ethic and the commitment it takes to become a truly dedicated musician and advocate of the musical arts.”

This recital is free and the public is invited to attend. For up-to-date calendar information, visit our website at www.albion.edu/music or contact the Albion College Music Department at (517) 629-0481 or email us at .

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