Rebecca McLaughlin, '14, Realizing Her Dream of Becoming a Novelist

Rebecca McLaughlin, '14

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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.

Hannah Schoon, '19, Co-Authors Paper with Mayo Clinic Lab

Hannah Schoon, '19

Hannah Schoon, '19
Hannah Schoon, '19, expected to spend this past summer becoming a technician of sorts for a highly specialized piece of research equipment (a mass cytometer) at the Mayo Clinic. That job got interrupted—and as a result, Schoon is co-author of a paper published this month in the prestigious Blood Cancer Journal.

Mackenzie Moore, '19, Has Studies, Time Management Down to a Science

Mackenzie Moore, '19

Mackenzie Moore, '19
Biology major and Britons volleyball hitter Mackenzie Moore, '19, will graduate in three years and pursue a master's degree in public health. She hopes her academic journey will include medical school. Moore, from Quincy, Mich., was dual-enrolled at Kellogg Community College for her final two years of high school and arrived at Albion with a semester and a half of college credit. "I'm excited for the future and the opportunities I will have," says Moore, a member of the Wilson Institute for Medicine and the Brown Honors Program.

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For Psychology Major Griselda Iñiguez, '19, a Resolute Ride at Albion

Griselda Iñiguez, '19

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Griselda Iñiguez, '19, figured out early on that hard work and determination were the keys to success. Now, as a senior at Albion College, she has learned those lessons and more, both as a psychology major and as a member of the equestrian team. "I'm a lot more independent," she says.

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