Tunnicliff Fellow Isabel Allaway, '20, Shares South Africa Experience

Isabel Allaway, '20

Isabel Allaway at the ocean in Durban, South Africa
"I chose to go to South Africa in part because I didn’t want to go somewhere 'easy'—another campus inside a different version of a college bubble or a European country where I wouldn’t be challenged to examine my race, privilege, and implicit biases," says Isabel Allaway, '20, of her off-campus semester as this year's Kim Tunnicliff Fellow.

Latrell Crenshaw, '21, Looks at Lobbying Work Through Internship

Latrell Crenshaw, '21

Latrell Crenshaw, '21
Even among students of public policy, the work of lobbying firms isn’t always recognized. But Latrell Crenshaw, '21, spent the fall 2019 semester understanding their many functions as an intern with Michigan Legislative Consultants.

Eryn Star, '21, Works for Disability Rights Through Washington Internship

Eryn Star, '21

Eryn Star, '21
"When I began embracing my autistic identity and getting involved in disability rights, I didn’t know what I wanted to contribute and where my place should be," writes the sociology and English double major and Brown Honors Program and Ford Institute member. "This summer, the National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) ended up being the perfect place for me to explore those questions."

Visiting Scholars Bring Their Unique Perspective on Polling, Immigration

Visiting scholar Angela Maria Kelley with Andrea Sanchez

Nationally renowned pollster Peter Hart and immigration lawyer and advocate Angela Maria Kelley brought their expertise to Albion College over a two-week period in March as part of Albion College's Visiting Scholars series. Their message? There's a lot we need to talk about as a country.

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