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College Announces Largest Incoming Class of Build Albion Fellows

Build Albion Fellows, Class of 2022
The Class of 2022 will feature 13 incoming first-year students who reside in the local school district and attended area schools and who will receive four-year tuition, housing and meals from the College. In return the Fellows will engage in service projects that will help the community. The program launched nearly four years ago and, for the first time this fall, all four cohorts will be represented with 33 total students. 

New Albion Hotel Takes Its Place in Downtown Revitalization

Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Albion, Michigan

The new, 75-room Courtyard by Marriott opened in March and is operating at 200 S. Superior St. In a bigger way, it stands ready to do its part to help with the revitalization of downtown Albion. The property was built by the real estate development firm headed by Dr. Samuel Shaheen, '88, and is being managed by the Marquette-based Veridea Group, whose president is Robert Mahaney, '80.

Gov. Snyder Meets Community Leaders at Ludington Center

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder visited downtown Albion on Friday, March 9, 2018.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder visited the Ludington Center in downtown Albion today to discuss the state initiative called Project Rising Tide, a program that supports development of vibrant, thriving communities in the state to attract business investment and talent.

HBCUs and Albion: Teachers' Personal Stories Cap Black History Month

Albion's Bohm Theatre
Personal histories of some beloved Albion educators merged with a national documentary earlier this week in a community-centered conclusion to Albion College's 2018 Black History Month celebration. On February 27, Tell Them We Are Rising, a film about historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) was shown at the downtown Bohm Theatre; it was followed by a "talk back" from three local HBCU alumni and Albion Public Schools educators.

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