Zane Havens, '12, is combining his love for the water, the environment, and adventure while serving as a quartermaster for the Hikianalia. Along with its sister vessel, the Hokule’a, the Polynesian voyaging canoe has been restored and is making a 1,000-mile trip around Hawaii with stops at 30 ports through October before departing for Tahiti next year as part of a worldwide voyage.
Brian Spencer, '13, and Jane Finkel, '14, are launching what they hope will be successful careers in the music industry this summer. They make up the duo Less Is More, which has booked regular performances at Goodfellow’s and the Pink Pony on Mackinac Island and has been accepted into the Traverse City Film Festival.
"One of the best parts of my summer job is meeting with my bosses. I'm the barn manager for the Mackinac Community Equestrian Center and we do a lot of event planning while we're on rides. The trail is a great place to think, and I have been given some of the best advice I have ever received on them."
Rising senior Paul Lewis can’t be pinned down by a single label. This summer the physics major, philosophy minor and three-time all-MIAA cross country student-athlete has been sharing his love of the arts with school-age children while touring with the Missoula (Mont.) Children’s Theatre for a production of The Tortoise and the Hare.
Albion College is pleased to announce the appointment of a new director for its Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service. Patrick McLean takes the Ford Institute helm beginning August 13 and brings a wealth of policy and leadership experience from Washtenaw County, Michigan; Toledo, Ohio; and Ohio state government.
As Albion College prepares for its 2013-2014 Year of Sustainability, the Facilities Operations division continues to launch initiatives to make the campus as green as possible. Among the improvements: changing building up-lights to LEDs, updating mowers to run on propane fuel, and using liquid fertilizer for more precise application.
- College Works with Albion Schools on District Transition
- Faculty, Staff Celebrate Wellness, Weight Loss with Dedicated Facility
- Two Alumnae Join College Board of Trustees
- Two Win Full-Tuition Distinguished Albion Scholar Awards
- Miller, '14, Reflects on Semester in New York Arts Program
- NASA Names Josh Cassada, '95, a 2013 Astronaut Candidate
- Albion Names Interim Finance and Administration VP
- Dow Corning Exec Don Sheets, '82, Named Albion College Board Chair
- Nominations, Applications Invited in Presidential Search
- Maymester Unit Aims to Ease Education Students' Transition