Award recognizes cross-campus efforts to increase student voter registration and participation in the 2020 election; boost in student voting rate.
Both on campus and virtually, Albion College students successfully produce research and scholarship.
For the seventh straight year, members of the College community collaborate with and mentor young teens in a highly impactful program.
Campus events celebrate culture and national independence, and emphasize the need for more opportunities to share—and understand—experiences throughout the year.
From its origins as the Briton Rhythm Squad in the mid-1990s to today, alums and current members of the student organization line up for a reunion at Homecoming.
Accompanying a large increase in the number of student workers is the creation of five distinct career tracks for more focused experiential learning.
Irene Corona-Avila, ’22, talks about the students’ trending Instagram feed, which features a running display of self-expression through sartorial fire and ice.
More than 480 first-year students took the student pledge during Albion College’s annual Matriculation Ceremony.
A summer internship with the newspaper’s Op/Ed team offered an appreciation for journalistic integrity and the continuing importance of traditional media.
While focusing on freshwater macroinvertebrates, Jess Garcia-Lopez, ’22, is also adding knowledge around wild rice growing in the Whitehouse Nature Center.