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Glenn, '15, Works to Improve Living Conditions in Appalachia

Ashley Glenn, '15
Albion junior biology major Ashley Glenn spent the summer working to improve living conditions in an economically challenged part of Fayette County, W.Va., as a staffer for the Appalachia Service Project. “The problem is that I can't explain the magnitude of the poverty,” Glenn says. “By the end of the workday I was so emotionally drained from seeing all the problems that we needed to solve, that these families and children have been living [with] their whole lives.”

Susan Ford Bales Reveals Her Father's Legacy at Convocation

Susan Ford Bales

Analysis of a presidency and a walk down memory lane combined for a uniquely enlightening evening as Susan Ford Bales presented the 2013 Stoffer Lecture. The youngest child and only daughter of President Gerald R. Ford gave a heartfelt presentation and some thoughtful history to the hundreds of Albion College students, faculty, staff and community members gathered for the College's Opening Convocation.

Geology Students Go with the Flow in Hawaii

Two Albion College students walking on cooled lava during the 2013 Regional Geology trip to Hawaii.
"My shoes melted; I don't think they were necessarily made for lava hiking," said Hannah Pankratz, '14, recalling an unexpected event during this summer's Regional Geology class field trip to Hawaii. The class was studying lava flow in Volcanoes National Park, a highlight of the trip.

Gitre, '14, Goes West for Chemistry Research Experience

Haley Gitre, '14
Haley Gitre, a Dean's List student who has achieved distinction on the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s Academic Honor Roll three times during her career with the Albion volleyball team, was rewarded for her academic efforts this summer through her internship in Jared Shaw’s lab at the University of California Davis. Gitre's internship was sponsored by the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates program.

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