Beyond Albion Post Graduate Fair: April 9

Robinson Hall"Beyond Albion" (formally known as Serving the People) is a post-graduate fair focusing on the fields of public service, non-profit, law and business and management. Schools, organizations and agencies have the opportunity to recruit from Albion College’s pool of talented students with strong liberal arts backgrounds.

2015 Coy James Lecture: Clark 'Bucky' Halker and the '1913 Massacre'

Clark "Bucky" Halker
The film 1913 Massacre brings back some hidden Michigan history on Tuesday, February 24 at 7 p.m. in Albion’s recently restored Bohm Theatre. The tragedy inspired a Woody Guthrie song, which will be performed by musician-historian Clark “Bucky” Halker (left), who will simultaneously present Albion College's 2015 Coy James Memorial Lecture.

Horstman Researches Belief in 'Thoughtful' Look at Christianity

History professor emeritus Allen Horstman
"You don't have to check your brain at the door when you go to church," says history professor emeritus Allen Horstman of his most recent work: explaining controversial and contradictory parts of the Bible. Using ancient texts and contemporary scholarship in fields as diverse as history, anthropology, psychology, and political science, Horstman compiled research and reflection into 498 pages of Christianity: A Guide for the Thoughtful (Skeptic or Believer).

In First Year, Tostado Engineers Fast Start

First-year student Sebastian Tostado is a member of the Albion College men's swimming and diving team.
Back in early fall, neither Sebastian Tostado nor Albion College could have predicted the impact one would have on the other. Fast-forward to February, and the first-year student from Mexico says, "About school, I couldn't be happier; the faculty is great," adding, "I'm seeking an engineering degree and Albion has a great 3-2 program." Tostado is also a swimmer, and the Britons likely weren't expecting him to break three team records in his first season, which reaches its climax with this week's MIAA Championships.


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