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For Potoczak, '15, an Environmental Blog Becomes a Thesis

Olivia Potoczak, '15
Olivia Potoczak graduated from Albion last month as an English major and a geology minor—and with a passion for writing about environmental issues. Her particular interest in sparking an informed conversation about climate change among Millennials grew into something rather substantial, as her blog, The Climate Pickle, evolved over the course of the academic year into a full-fledged senior thesis.

Thurner, '17, Attacks Field Research This Summer

Stephanie Thurner, Albion College Class of 2017
Stephanie Thurner, '17, hopes to become a marine biologist in the future, and this summer she is taking charge of the path to reach that goal. The biology and mathematics major from Caledonia, Michigan—and the top middle hitter on the Albion volleyball team—is studying parental provisioning and post-fledgling behavior in house wrens with professors Dale Kennedy and Doug White. "This is my research with them guiding me," Thurner says. "Students don't get the opportunity to choose and pick research at big universities."

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Michigan Athletic Trainers Honor Albion's Bob and Carol Moss

Carol Moss and Bob Moss, Albion College Kinesiology Department
Albion College Kinesiology Department members Bob and Carol Moss made a little history earlier this month by being the first husband-and-wife duo to be inducted into the Michigan Athletic Trainers Society Hall of Fame. They represent only the 27th and 28th inductees in the organization’s 25-year history.

Visiting Fulbright Scholar Strengthens Albion-Costa Rica Ties

Fulbright visiting scholar Susana Murillo

Coming to Albion as a visiting Fulbright scholar, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (UNA) professor Susana Murillo was delighted by a truly unique experience: playing in the College’s Jazz Ensemble all year. "We played at Cascarelli's, Goodrich Chapel and the Hillsdale-Albion Jazz Festival, and I don't think they expected to see their Fulbright scholar doing that.”

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