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Week 39

September 2020

TIME CHANGE Albion College Theatre Invites Live Audience to 'Detroit 67'  (September 2020 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

A fictional look at Michigan's past resonates with current issues as Albion College Theatre opens the 2020-21 season with a live performance of "Detroit 67," September 18-20. The public is invited to attend these free performances at 7 p.m. each night the west end of the Albion College Quadrangle, near the intersection of Huron and Cass Streets.

 

The play, written by Detroit native Dominique Morisseau, traces the experiences of two siblings living through the turbulent summer of 1967. Albion College theatre department chair Zach Fischer says that "Detroit 67" is one of the most exciting plays he's read in recent years, with themes relevant to a country struggling with race issues on a national level.

 

Social-distance guidelines will be strictly enforced for both the audience and the actors, to ensure a safe and enjoyable evening for all.

 

Being in front of an audience – and feeling a little closer to "normal" – says Fischer, is "a really hopeful thing. And if it goes off, it will be a really nice moment for theatre and for our campus and community who have been missing the experience of live performance. I hope people are inspired by it.”

"Detroit 67" includes strong language and is not suitable for children. Seating is on grass or concrete and audience members are encouraged to bring their own chairs or blankets. For more information, contact the Albion College Theatre department.

September 2020

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September 2020

Public Health Seminar Series: Anjelica Dunlap & Kaitlyn Simmons (September 2020 7:00 pm)

Public Health Seminar Series: Anjelica Dunlap & Katilyn Simmons


Anjelica Dunlap has spent the past three years as an intensive care unit nurse in the medical ICU at Ascension St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit. During this time, she has obtained her Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) certification and has been accepted into nurse anesthesia school. Kaitlyn Simmons is a clinical nurse in the University of Pennsylvania Health System.

Kaitlyn SimmonsKaitlyn Simmons, RN, BSN, PCCN is Clinical Nurse III at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania on a Vascular Surgery/COVID progressive care unit. She serves as the Core Charge Nurse where she coordinates staffing and patient-flow and assists with patient care on a high-acuity surgical unit. In the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, her unit was the first to be converted to provide care for patients with COVID-19. During that time, Kaitlyn acted as the charge nurse, responsible for coordinating nurses from multiple units to work together to provide care for COVID patients. 


The nation's leading voices on public health and policy visit Albion (virtually) to discuss COVID-related issues, as guests of the College's Public Health Seminar Series. These presentations, which include Q&A with Albion College students, are free and open to the public as part of Albion College's Comprehensive Public Health Initiative, supported by James Wilson, '77. For more information and free registration for all seminar events, please see the Comprehensive Public Health Initiative webpage.

September 2020

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September 2020

Public Health Seminar Series: Stéphane Bancel (September 2020 7:00 pm)

Public Health Seminar Series: Stéphane Bancel

Stéphane Bancel

Stéphane Bancel has served as Moderna, Inc.'s Chief Executive Officer since October 2011 and as a member of Moderna’s Board of Directors since March 2011. Moderna is currently in late-stage trials for its coronavirus vaccine, co-developed with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health. The vaccine is one of nine coronavirus vaccines worldwide that have reached phase three clinical trials.

 

The nation's leading voices on public health and policy visit Albion (virtually) to discuss COVID-related issues, as guests of the College's Public Health Seminar Series. These presentations, which include Q&A with Albion College students, are free and open to the public as part of Albion College's Comprehensive Public Health Initiative, supported by James Wilson, '77. For more information and free registration for all seminar events, please see the Comprehensive Public Health Initiative webpage.

September 2020

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September 2020

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