In addition to the campus-wide measures, Randall has taken a personal step to assist Albion’s budget.
Albion administrators have instituted a pay and hiring freeze for the next year. Faculty and staff will not receive raises, and any searches for tenure track faculty have stopped, according to president Donna Randall.
Albion may be 95 miles from Detroit, but the distance did not discourage Albion College students from attending the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four at Ford Field.
See how the Briton athletes faired in the week of April 10-April 14.
With each year, new students are recruited into the Albion athletic program with hopes of contributing to a successful season. This season, women’s track and field and softball have high expectations in their most notable recruits, their coaches.
After five seasons as a club sport, both men’s and women’s lacrosse is finally gaining varsity status.
On April 17, Davan’s Restaurant is hosting a ladies’ night event in which male dancers, sponsored by Pure Romance, will perform from 10:30 p.m. until midnight.
With the Michigan economy and unemployment rate on a downward spiral, the news of any business opening is good news, especially when that business is expected to make a significant impact on the job market.