Yale Professor Harold Koh Visits Albion as Phi Beta Kappa Scholar

Yale University Visiting Scholar Harold Koh

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As a Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar, Yale University international law professor Harold Koh spoke to Albion students about the importance of the rule of law, fighting for what you believe in, and understanding just how America remains on the world stage. "I want students to stand for something," he said.  

Dr. Carrie Booth Walling Looks at NATO in Detroit News Op-Ed

Carrie Booth Walling, associate professor of political science, Albion College
In her piece in the July 26 edition of The Detroit News, Carrie Booth Walling, associate professor of political science and department chair, writes that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization "continues to be a wise investment for U.S. national security." Walling is author of All Necessary Measures: The United Nations and Humanitarian Intervention (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013).

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Mary Baker, '20, Connects as Ohio Department of Agriculture Intern

Mary Baker, '20

Mary Baker, '20
"For most people, agriculture can mean planting crops and taking care of animals," writes Mary Baker, a junior political science and Spanish major with a concentration in public policy. "For me this summer, it meant learning how politics and the industry come together, and communicating through social media." Baker is also a member of Albion College's Ford Institute and Honors Program, as well as a member of the equestrian dressage team.

PBS's Alexander Heffner Discusses Civil Discourse at Aldrich Forum

Alexander Heffner

Alexander Heffner
PBS scion Alexander Heffner filled Bobbitt Auditorium on November 15 for a distinctly 21st-century conversation on civil discourse for the 2017 David Aldrich Memorial Speaker Forum in Law, Justice, and Society.

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