Student Stories

May 16, 2023

On most college campuses, the end of the semester means saying goodbye to students – then dealing with dumpsters bursting with discarded items. Yes, there is a lot of trash, but also a many items that look like they were used once and then discarded, including clothes.

March 28, 2023

The six members of this Intentional Living Community lead a plan for academic success with Taco Tuesdays, community service and the hard work of building brotherhood.

March 13, 2023

From eating out to looking at political art (and of course, learning to tango), her time in Argentina’s capital provided new world perspectives.

March 9, 2023

Raleigh Canady, ’25, and Will Tessin, ’25, make their first trip for the new Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) student group.

March 6, 2023

Sarah Lindner, ’23, has no problem getting out of her comfort zone. Choosing a college 3,660 miles from her hometown of Two Rivers, Alaska, wasn’t a problem, and Lindner had expected to go even farther abroad during college.

March 1, 2023

Rivard and Endsley have new stamps in their passports now thanks to Dr. Clayton Parr’s first-year seminar on Vienna and Albion Go Grants. Endsley was in Parr’s first-year seminar, and Rivard participated through the music major colloquium course.

December 20, 2022

For Albion College’s Student Volunteer Bureau (SVB), the “season of giving” in December is more literal than figurative. “We had more than 250 people who just came to help wrap presents,” says SVB president Jacqulyn Schaefer, ’23. “We had to do it in the Science Complex Atrium.”

October 25, 2022

Jessica Harvey’s parents assuredly instructed their daughter not to talk to strangers when she was growing up in rural Hamilton, Michigan, near Holland.