Albion College graduate Tim Ward, ’86, recently got involved with an organization called Chance for Life, which pledges to “go the extra mile” to help those incarcerated build new skills and a new life.
According to Cassidy Porter, ’23, the Albion community is filled with women who – along with the work they do – often go unnoticed.
Quinn Phillips and Ashlin Tabiadon, ’17, are bringing Albion College to the world stage at the Slate Innovation Festival June 1.
There probably isn’t a question Albion astronaut Josh Cassada, ’95, has not already answered during his numerous interviews and downlinks while aboard the International Space Station.
Albion’s “winningest coach” and professor emeritus of physical education Mike Turner, ’69, reflects on life and career
The “Golden Age” of antibiotic discovery was between 1950 and 1970 but since then no new classes of antibiotics have been discovered.
Astronaut Josh Cassada, ’95, got to stretch his legs today (Nov. 15) after spending his first month aboard the International Space Station.
Josh Cassada, ’95, realized his lifelong dream Wednesday while Albion College faculty, staff and students watched history unfold on large monitors in the science complex atrium.
Josh Cassada, ’95, will boldly go where no Albion College alumnus has gone before shortly before 1 p.m., Monday, Oct. 3, weather permitting.
Nick Diamond, ’15, was a double major in French and Cell and Molecular Biology at Albion less than a decade ago. Now he’s a leading voice in the fight against Monkeypox.