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McCord, '18, Gets His Kicks in Corporate Finance

Mitchell McCord, '18, at thyssenkrupp's Southfield, Mich., office during his summer 2016 internship.

Much like his career as a placekicker for the Albion College football team, Mitchell McCord, '18, jumped into corporate finance and accounting during his summer internship with Germany-based thyssenkrupp, which is also one of North America's leading plastics and materials distribution companies. "I came in the middle of budget season," said McCord, a finance major with a Gerstacker Institute concentration who worked out of thyssenkrupp's Southfield office. "There wasn't time to give me work that was not relevant."

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Working at Student Farm Provides Some Food for Thought

The hoop house at Albion Student Farm

"I knew pretty much nothing about farming," says biology major and Center for Sustainability and the Environment member Tom Martin, '17, who became quite attached to the work through his full-time summer job at the Student Farm, adjacent to the Whitehouse Nature Center. "Now we have pounds and pounds of produce we sell twice a week. I can grow food."

Story of Vietnam Veteran Adamson, ’63, Part of First-Year Seminar

Donald Adamson, '63, in the 1963 Albionian.
"In teaching history at Albion College, one of my goals is to bring national and international historical issues home to Albion: to the community and the campus," writes history professor Wes Dick, who this fall is teaching a First-Year Seminar titled Sense of Place: Albion and the American Dream. "In exploring Albion College during the Vietnam War ... I have discovered only one Albion College alumnus who died in Vietnam. That individual is Donald Bruce Adamson (pictured at left) and 2016 marks the 50th anniversary year of his death."

Students Explore the World of the Forgotten Pirates of East Asia

Lost Colony: The Untold Story of China's First Great Victory over the West.
Students in HIST 111: East Asia: Cultures and Civilizations recently learned about the ways in which the countries of East Asia were deeply embedded in global trade connections in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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