College's Ties with French Sister City Earn National Simon Award
The innovative relationship between Albion College, the City of Albion and two communities in France made a big impression on the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA), which has honored Albion College with a 2014 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization. "As a French professor, it is most gratifying to see how these international partnerships have transformed the lives of students and colleagues across disciplines," said Dianne Guenin-Lelle, co-president of Albion's Sister City Committee and the College's 2012-2013 Year of Global Diversity.
History Major Presents 'My God, a Woman!'
History Major, Nathaniel Arndts, '14 presents
My God, a Woman! (Gwen Dew, Pioneer Reporter) during The Odd Topics Society Luncheon.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Noon - 1 pm
Mary Sykes Room
Moon, '13, Cracks Yankees' Athletic Training Lineup
Anthony Moon, ’13, is starting his career in professional baseball this spring, though it’s a different path than what he may have imagined as a young player growing up near Kalamazoo. The athletic training graduate is working with 160 New York Yankees minor leaguers at spring training in Florida and will work as an athletic trainer for the Class A Staten Island Yankees when the season begins.
Yinger Lecture Explores Britain's Naval Battle Against Slave Trade
Barry Gough, distinguished Canadian maritime and naval historian, will explore a crucial chapter in world and naval history: Britain’s campaign to end the African slave trade and in particular the Royal Navy's long, costly, and not always successful struggle to strangle the trade at its source.