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.

Skot Welch, '90, and Michael Williams, '78, to Headline Albion MLK Events in January

Albion College alumni Skot Welch, '90 (left), and Michael Williams, '78.
On Monday, January 15 (the MLK holiday), Welch will give the keynote at Albion College's third-annual Day of Dialogue and Service in Washington Gardner Auditorium. Two weeks later, on Monday, January 29, the College and community will gather at the Bohm Theatre for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation and Community Celebration. Williams, a former Albion mayor and current College trustee, will be the featured speaker.

Zachary Hall, '18, Helps Peers Deal with Diabetes and Discrimination

Zachary Hall
“People with a disability like diabetes are often viewed as unable to do certain tasks, and this stereotype can cause issues during employment," says Zachary Hall, '18, who is interning with the national College Diabetes Network (CDN) while simultaneously finishing his senior year at Albion College. His work focuses on the CDN "Off to Work" guide, which gives practical advice to young people with diabetes in the job market.

New Professor's First Book Reveals War History Through Missionary's Eyes

Joseph W. Ho

An almost forgotten family history reveals a grandfather's past as a noncombatant war hero in the first book published by Albion's newest history professor, who is just finishing his first semester on campus. Joseph W. Ho, with University of Michigan emeritus professor Charles Bright, is co-editor of War and Occupation in China: The Letters of an American Missionary from Hangzhou, 1937–1938.

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