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College Featured in Battle Creek Enquirer Two-Part Series

Battle Creek Enquirer, Sunday, August 10, 2014
A two-part series exploring the close relationships between Albion College and the city of Albion ran in front-page articles of the August 10 and 11 editions of the Battle Creek Enquirer. The opener focused primarily on this summer's construction projects involving both campus facilities as well as city streets on and around campus, while the second part looked at some of the efforts connecting the community and the College, among them the education department's Boundary Crossings

Summer Campus Construction Projects Well Under Way

Improvements are being made to Kresge Gymnasium's front entrance.
Albion College’s Facilities Operations staff has set an ambitious schedule for construction projects this summer. The most visible project, the construction of a boulevard on Hannah Street, and the repaving of sections of Mingo, Perry, and Ingham streets, started the last week of June. On the quad, the entrances to Kresge Gymnasium and Olin Hall are receiving upgrades, and the quad area in front of Kresge is being elevated.

Michigan Campus Compact Recognizes 25 Albion Students

Charles Coutteau and Maddie Drury at the Michigan Campus Compact Recognition Ceremony
Michigan Campus Compact (MCC) recently recognized 25 Albion College students for outstanding dedication to community service. Several of these students accepted their awards in person at MCC's annual program on April 12.

Sister City Committee Honors Founder

Sus Marcos
Albion's Sister City Committee recognized its founding chair, Sue Marcos, in a special ceremony Tuesday, March 4. "Without Sue Marcos … hundreds of Albion College students would never have traveled to France as part of their education, and Albion College would not have gotten a Simon Award," said French professor Dianne Guenin-Lelle.

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