Albion NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet
The Albion branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held its annual Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Upper Baldwin Hall on campus
Photo includes;(l-r) Robert Dunklin, President, Albion Branch; Mae Ola Dunklin, Executive Committee, Albion Branch; keynote speaker Michgian State Representative from Detroit, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Albion College history professor Wesley Arden Dick, second-vice president, Albion Branch and Master of Ceremonies for the 2015 Albion NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.and Sherry Gay-Dagnogo's mother,
Bueck, '17, Is Ready to Take Her Passions on the Road
McKenzie Bueck, '17, a native of Avon Lakes, Ohio ("But I just tell people I'm from Cleveland"), has found in Albion College the place where she can live out her dream of travel and adventure and discovering as soon as possible what the world has in store for her. She spent two months this past summer in South Korea. As a first-year student she was in Cameroon, then in California as a member of the Albion women's lacrosse team, and after that, Costa Rica. "As you can see," she says, "I'm all over the place," she says.
'Modern American Prints' Showcases Treasures in Albion Collection
Modern American Prints from the Albion College Collection is the latest in a series of books created from the History of Prints course developed by Art and Art History Department professors Bille Wickre and Anne McCauley. The pair, along with Jason Martin, '12, edited the book, which was released earlier this fall.
Competitors, Alumni Gather for College Piano Festival
Among thousands of similar events worldwide, Albion's International Piano Festival stands out for its focus on beginning and intermediate young players. And this year the festival is even more distinctly "Albion." Its opening concert, on October 28, features four early graduates of music professor David Abbott and adjunct instructor Lia Jensen-Abbott's program.