Photos: Albion (and Pie) Everywhere!

A young girl smiles while pieing President Wayne Webster in the face on Friday in the KC lobby. All the money raised went toward the class of 2024 senior gift (Photo by Lizzy Kelley).

On Friday from 2-4 p.m., the Senior Class Gift committee hosted an Albion Everywhere celebration in the lobby and living room of the Kellogg Center (KC).

The event, set up by Senior Class Gift Advisor Jordan Revenaugh ‘21 had free cupcakes, stickers, a banner for seniors to sign and a fundraiser called “Pie the President (or a peer).” The fundraiser was set up to raise money for this year’s senior gift, The Cutler Center Cap and Gown Rental Program. Between 3-4 p.m., Webster pledged on the senior class gift Instagram page to match every dollar spent towards pieing someone.

“A couple of weeks back we were talking about different fundraiser ideas and we came up with the idea to do pie the president and Wayne said he would absolutely do it,” Revenaugh said. “For the seniors, we had a sign-up, and any senior who volunteered gets points towards graduation.”

Students interested in pieing the president paid $3, staff and facilities who were interested paid $10.

“I agreed because if it gets students to think about the importance of giving back to Albion, then it’s worth doing,” Webster said.

Holland senior Sage Gettings’ reaction to getting pied for the first time at Friday’s event. Gettings was one of the first of the volunteers to be pied on Friday (Photo by Lizzy Kelley).
President Webster getting pied by a parent of a student prospect on a tour. This parent was the first person to donate to the Senior Class Gift and start the event off (Photo by Lizzy Kelley).
Webster and his family pose for a photo shortly after getting pied (Photo by Lizzy Kelley).
Chicago senior, Kay Armour getting gently pied in the face by her friend. Armour said she agreed to be pied to get more points towards cords for graduation (Photo by Lizzy Kelley).
Dearborn senior Lauren Busuito adds her name and commitments on campus to the sheet laid out for the seniors to sign. The sheet of signatures is something to remember members of the class of 2024 by (Photo by Lizzy Kelley).
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Lizzy Kelley is a first-year from Brighton, Michigan. Lizzy coaches youth sports in her hometown. She can always be found at the Dow, or sleeping! Contact Lizzy via email at

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