Larry Steinhauer, E&M and Honors Program Stalwart and Leader, Passes Away

Larry Steinhauer, a 32-year Albion College faculty member in Economics and Management, passed away December 25, 2017.
Larry Steinhauer, professor emeritus of economics and management, passed away on Christmas Day at his home in Albion, at the age of 75. A student of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, Steinhauer's research and teaching focused on money, money systems and the Federal Reserve. Over his 32 years with Albion, he taught and mentored many successful Albion alumni, including some who have gone on to become Fortune 500 executives, entrepreneurs and leaders in a wide range of industries. A celebration-of-life service will be held at Goodrich Chapel on Saturday January 27, at 11 a.m.

Albion Student-Athletes Reflect on Global Medical Brigades Nicaragua Trip

Albion College students in Nicaragua for the December 2017 Global Medical Brigades service trip.
Student-athletes from the men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, men's soccer, women's soccer and volleyball teams were among the 40 Albion College students who traveled to Nicaragua as part of the Global Medical Brigades service trip from December 9-15. They shared thoughts of their experiences after their return.

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Bram Siemers, '19, Uses Military Experience to Carve Out New Direction

Bram Siemers, '19
Bram Siemers, '19, hopes to graduate from Albion College with a degree in biochemistry and use the experience he gained from four years in the Marines, which included tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, to forge a next-generation career that can help save lives.

Beau Brockett, '19, Recognized by Michigan Press Association

Beau Brockett, Albion College Class of 2019
Beau Brockett, '19, was one of 12 Michigan college students to be awarded a $1,000 scholarship earlier this month by the Michigan Press Association (MPA) Foundation. The English-Creative Writing major from Richmond is the managing editor of The Pleiad, the Albion College student newspaper.

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