Albion River Trail Extension to Be Unveiled Sept. 16

Albion River Trail sign
After more than two years of work and planning and some $400,000 in generous grants, the City of Albion and Albion College will celebrate a new 1.2-mile biking and walking College-Community Trail with a ribbon cutting and grand opening Saturday, September 16, at 3 p.m. at Victory Park near the bandshell.

President Ditzler's Remarks on DACA Policy

Albion College shield
In a campus-wide email, Albion College President Mauri Ditzler remarked on today's news pertaining to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) federal immigration policy.

Ceci Wang, '19, Puts FURSCA Focus on Self-Presentation, Social Media

Ceci Wang, '19
Like a lot of students leaving home for college, Xingzhu "Ceci" Wang was encouraged by family and friends to keep them updated via social media. Unlike a lot of students, "I stopped doing this because I was confused as to whether it helped people really know about my life in Albion," Wang says. "Even if I post everything, there can be a lot of misunderstandings."

At Home with the Foreign Service: Alina Holmstrom, '18, Does State Dept Internship

Alina Holmstrom, '18
My job was to cry. I was to go up to the nearest foreign service officer and start bawling uncontrollably about my dying brother in the United States who I had to see just one last time. The officer's job? To decide whether or not to approve my visa.

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