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A 20/20 Visual on the Class of 2020

We, the Class of 2019, thought we were the big shots. With over 450 students—25 percent of which were students of color or international—we left Wesley Hall splitting at its seams and left a mark in [...]

More Books and More

So many new establishments are making their way to Albion. Soon there’ll be a hotel in town, a Taco Bell and more additions to the town. However, in downtown Albion, there’s a “For Sale” sign on [...]

Albion Students Take Back the Night

“There is a certain power in speaking your story out loud, and I wanted to give people the chance to do that,” said Bailey Beem, Avoca, Mich., senior and president of POWER. Albion College’s first annual Take [...]

A Place in This World: The Role of the United Nations Then and Now

Guest Post by Aurora Lobatos As the United Nations celebrates its 70th anniversary, its role in international relations has proven to be more important than ever. Seventy years ago, Europe was in shambles as the deadliest [...]

Albion College announces free online access to New York Times for students, staff and faculty

On Wednesday, March 4, Albion College announced in an email to faculty that it would be providing free access to the online version of the New York Times to those with an albion.edu email address. The [...]

It’s not what you know, but who you know

The Albion experience continued for more than 40 alumni at a networking event on Thursday, March 27 at Granite City Food and Brewery in Troy, Mich. This was the second of two events coordinated by the college’s [...]

Associates program to recognize elite Brits

Effective this fall, a new program will recognize Albion College’s stand-out students who are capable of taking on responsibility that may exceed that of ordinary student employment. The Albion Associates program will offer up to 30 [...]

Brief: MSU loses “Princess Lacey”

Earlier this week, an eight-year-old fan of the Michigan State University men’s basketball team passed away from an advanced stage of cancer. Lacey Holsworth, also known as “Princess Lacey,” captured many hearts from the men’s basketball [...]

Pleiad recognized at Leadership Dessert

Yesterday, on April 8, The Pleiad‘s editor-in-chief recognized four student journalists for contributions to the staff at the Sleight Leadership Dessert.  The Albion College office of campus programs and organizations honored student achievement with funding from the Sleight [...]

Organizational culture and leadership lecture

Last Thursday, April 3, Albion College students and faculty alike poured into the Norris Auditorium. They gathered at 7 p.m. to listen to a lecture hosted by the Gerstacker Institute and psychology department. Together, these collegiate [...]