2010-11 News

Navajo Filmmaker Shows and Discusses 'Weaving Worlds' at Albion College

A fascinating look into the minds, memories and hearts of Navajo artisans is the subject of the film "Weaving Worlds," to be shown Tuesday, November 2, at 7 p.m. in Albion College's Bobbitt Auditorium. The film's director, Bennie Klain, and producer Leighton Peterson will introduce the film and answer questions afterward.

Malicowski's Story Draws Attention to Experiential Learning Opportunities Through Albion Advantage

Experiential learning opportunities are among the key components of the Albion Advantage and Andrew Malicowski became the first dual degree engineering student from Albion College to complete a cooperative job experience off campus. Malicowski shadowed employees at the Genesee County Road Commission (GCRC) during his days as a student at Birch Run High School, and he remembered how the commission hired college students. With assistance from his advisor, Darren Mason, Malicowski completed an internship with the GCRC in July and August of this year.

'What Follows from Racism' Addressed for Annual Aldrich Lecture

aldrich-2010-pbrandwein2.jpg"What Follows from Racism? The Reconstruction-Era Court and the Construction of Rights" brings a current hot-button to Albion College for the fourth annual David Aldrich Symposium in Law, Justice and Society. University of Michigan Professor discusses this issue Monday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. in Albion College's Norris Hall Towsley Auditorium.




Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Receives Organization's Top Award

The Albion College chapter of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity is one of seven chapters in the nation to receive the organization's top award, the Pyramid of Excellence.

According to a news release from the Delta Sigma Phi national office, "The Alpha Tau chapter at Albion 3.25 Grade Point Average as a group, one of the highest across the fraternity last academic year. In addition, the group recruited 18 men to join the chapter last year and 85 percent of its members are involved in another student organization on campus."

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