"Since 1984, Hagerty Insurance (founded by Kim Hagerty, '78) has been the world's largest insurer of classic cars and boats," writes Schubert, '15, who completed an internship over the summer at the Traverse City-based firm. "In 2014, Fortune magazine put the company at No. 6 on its Best Medium-Size Companies to Work For list—and it is very obvious why."
Centered on Community
Starting in Fall 2015, Albion College will annually offer four-year tuition, room, and board to as many as 10 first-year students who are Albion residents and attended Albion Public Schools in grades 6-8. Read more
President Ditzler talks about the initiative on WBCK-FM
Reopening the Bohm: Read about a landmark internship for Andrea Walles, '15
Albion College's Sister City efforts earn a national award
Watch an expert panel discuss "Albion Tomorrow"
Geology likes its eras, and the Albion College Department of Geological Sciences just completed one—its first half-century. New Albion arrival Larry Taylor started the program as a one-man expedition in 1964; here, the professor emeritus along with professors Bill Bartels and Thom Wilch revisit some of those layers upon layers of successes and memories.
Albion College alumni Ken Shenstone, ’84, and Anne Beyer, ’10, and ceramics professor Lynne Chytilo demonstrate three approaches to one medium with "Finding a Way In: Explorations in Clay," currently on exhibit in the Bobbitt Visual Arts Center's Munro Gallery. Photography by visiting assistant professor Ashley Feagin is also on exhibit in Bobbitt's Dickinson Gallery. Both shows run through October 10.
Albion College's summer-long renovation of “501,” the President’s Home at 501 East Michigan Avenue, yielded a glorious historic restoration and a 21st-century asset, all under one roof. From tiny details to major infrastructure, the house was updated to address values held by the College and its new president, Mauri Ditzler.
A brand-new piece of student art has become an instant historic detail of the Albion College President's Home at 501 East Michigan Avenue. Designed by Lauren Daniels, '16, and created by Kalamazoo-based stained glass artist Lee Klade, two transom windows have been mounted in an interior archway on the second-floor landing of the home, which was fully restored this summer.
"Hospitals that stay the most current with the changing industry are also the most successful," writes Matt Myers, '15, who completed an internship this summer at MidMichigan Health's MidMichigan Medical Center-Gratiot. "Much of this innovation comes from large multibillion-dollar, urban-based institutions. The issue at hand [at Gratiot] is to provide quality care to a rural community faced with different medical needs."
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- Class of 1960 Intern Is Positive About Albion's Potential
- Community Day 2014: Nurturing a Special Partnership
- Albion Is the Star at Ditzler Inauguration
- College Receives $1-Million Gift at Inauguration
- U.S. News Counts Albion Among Top 100 National Liberal Arts Colleges
- Inauguration to Celebrate History, Family, Community
- The Far Side of FURSCA: Baker, '17, Dives into Moon Craters
- Albion Named a 'Best Bang for the Buck' in National Ranking
- Aussie Après-Ski: Kyle Griffin, '14, Talks About His Internship