Post-Genocide and Peace: Cameron Voss' Rwanda Semester

Cameron Voss, '20

The best place to study post-genocide restoration and peace building is to do it where people are still in the process and have come through many difficulties. In spring 2018 Cameron Voss studied abroad in Rwanda, and the experiential learning process was emphasized through constant site visits and learning from people with firsthand experience. 

College Announces Largest Incoming Class of Build Albion Fellows

Build Albion Fellows, Class of 2022
The Class of 2022 will feature 13 incoming first-year students who reside in the local school district and attended area schools and who will receive four-year tuition, housing and meals from the College. In return the Fellows will engage in service projects that will help the community. The program launched nearly four years ago and, for the first time this fall, all four cohorts will be represented with 33 total students. 

History, Heartbreak, and Hope: Robert F. Kennedy and 1968

Robert F. Kennedy, 1968 (fair use campaign photo)
"With America divided in 1968, many pinned their hopes on Robert Kennedy as the presidential candidate who could end the war in Vietnam, revive the war on poverty, and unify Americans across racial lines," writes Wes Dick, Albion College professor of history. "His promise remains 'what might have been.' ... Among his legacies are his children, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. packed Goodrich Chapel in 2000 as the keynote speaker for a symposium on environmental activism."

Creating Opportunities for Current and Future 'Fordies'

Robinson Hall
Thanks to the support of alumni from the Gerald R. Ford Instituite for Leadership in Public Policy and Service, a new professional development fund to help current and future “Fordies” is taking shape.

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