November 22, 2022

At last count, there were roughly a bazillion podcasts in cyberspace, but you only need to look at a random handful to see that a lot of the content is, well, kind of unbelievable. And for English professor Ian MacInnes, that’s the point of “Real Fantastic Beasts.”

April 13, 2022

The leader of the nonprofit CultureVerse aims to preserve art exhibitions long after they close, working directly with artists and employing innovative technologies “so that a museum experience could be experienced any time, anywhere.”

April 1, 2022

On Thursday, March 31, students, faculty, staff and community members gathered for the Anna Howard Shaw keynote, delivered by MK Czerwiec.

March 29, 2022

The Pleiad is recognized in opinion and feature writing, as well as in design and photography.

October 29, 2021

For the seventh straight year, members of the College community collaborate with and mentor young teens in a highly impactful program.

April 19, 2021

Professor emeritus of English James Wyatt Cook passed away April 2, 2021. He once described his 38-year tenure at Albion College as his dream job of reading, writing and talking about books. Indeed, his love of literature and advocacy for students across nearly four decades at Albion continues to carry a deep impact today.

March 30, 2021


February 9, 2021

English professor Mary Collar passed away in Jackson earlier this month, at the age of 73. Collar had just begun her final semester in the classroom, with plans to retire at the end of the current semester

April 25, 2019

From teaching in South Korea to analyzing energy policy in Boston, “the education I got here helped me get to where I wanted to go,” said Kimball in remarks April 22 during the English Department’s annual Charles Crupi Memorial Poetry Celebration.

November 9, 2018

Rebecca McLaughlin, ’14, has wanted to be a novelist since she was a kid. Through hard work, trial and error and a belief in herself, she is on her way. Her young-adult fantasy book The Nameless Queen is set to be published by a major publishing house next year. “It blew me away,” she said.