News Articles

February 28, 2023

“Albion College has granted me a tremendous privilege to become its next director of athletics,” said Hibbs. “I am eager to lead from a position of knowing that excellence is achievable, when individuals, despite differences, can come together and choose daily to live the lifestyle of champions.”

February 24, 2023

Vicki Baker, professor of economics and management at Albion College, is considered an expert on helping faculty members figure out what’s next in their careers. When she is not teaching, she devotes much of her time helping others find their career advancement and leadership opportunities. She has written several books about the topic. Being named as an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for 2023-24, she will now turn that focus on her own career.

February 22, 2023

What began as stargazing and watching the aurora borealis as a kid in rural Wisconsin has led her to the stratosphere of her discipline and her latest achievement — being elected as a 2022 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

February 20, 2023

“When I came back after the renovations, I was glad to see all of my problems were solved,” said Loukotka, a third-year student from Pinckney majoring in political science. “The carpet and the stains had been replaced and the new unit they installed got rid of the humidity issue, while simultaneously cooling down the place. The new renovations gave me the opportunity to move into basically a new apartment. And I truly enjoy having the opportunity to live there and call it home.”

February 17, 2023

It’s a story about New York City and its residents — but Albion College history professor Marcy Sacks was the expert who contributed to an article featured in the Feb. 15 edition of the New York Times. The article, “Before Lincoln Center, San Juan Hill was a Vibrant Black Community,” describes the predominantly Black and Hispanic neighborhood that was razed to build the Lincoln Center.

February 1, 2023

That was certainly the case when President Gerald R. Ford signed his name at Albion College, Oct. 3, 1977 and established the Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership and Public Policy in Service.

January 26, 2023

Whether she is hiking trails across the state in her spare time or helping students navigate the college experience, Jackie Gutierrez understands that you have to find the right path.

January 24, 2023

Sammi Ahnen and 10 other Albion College students have never committed a crime, but they all spent 15 weeks behind imposing brick walls lined with razor wire at the Cotton Correctional Facility in Jackson.

January 18, 2023

Amy Spitalnick, former executive director of Integrity First for America (IFA), will be the guest lecturer for the annual David Aldrich Speaker in Law, Justice and Society Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7:15 p.m. at Bobbitt Auditorium on the campus of Albion College.

January 17, 2023

The name Rundle has been closely affiliated with Albion College football since Craig Rundle walked the sideline as head coach from 1997-2018. In 22 seasons, Craig Rundle was 127-94 and finished first in the MIAA seven times.