Happy Presidents’ Day! As you think about all our Commander-in-Chiefs, we hope you take some time to celebrate our
Thanks to former Congressman Mark Schauer, ’84 (on the screen), and Associate General Counsel for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Brad Heffner, ’93, for speaking with our seniors in PBSV 397.
Did you miss Monday’s MLK Convocation and Community Celebration? You can check out the highlights and watch the event by visiting the Albion College website!
Please join us this evening for the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Convocation and Community Celebration. This year's keynote speaker is Michael Williams, '78, former Mayor of Albion and current President and CEO of Orchards Children's Services. The theme of his talk is "At Home in Albion: Diversity as Our Source of Strength." The program begins at 7:00 pm at the Bohm Theatre.
We hope you are able to join us at the Bohm Theatre next week (Monday, Jan 29, 7:00 pm) for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Convocation and Community Celebration.
With the 2017 fall semester complete, the Ford Institute would like to thank all of the offices and organizations that provided our students some great internship experiences.
Fordies: need a relaxing atmosphere to study for finals? Stirling Books & Brew (119 N Superior St) will be open 24 hours a day starting today (Friday) through Monday. In addition to the caffeine you can purchase, there will be FREE pancakes every night at midnight prepared by someone from Albion College (we hear the pancakes on Sunday night will be especially delicious).
This year’s David H. Aldrich, ’75, Speaker Forum in Law, Justice, and Society will feature Alexander Heffner, host of the PBS program "The Open Mind." His lecture, “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age,” will take place this Wednesday, November 15, at 7:00 pm in Bobbitt Auditorium.
Happy election day! To see if there are local votes in your area, check out the Michigan Secretary of State's website.
Students: are you registered to vote? If not, registration forms will be available at Baldwin today.
As always we are happy to have on campus Tim Sears, retired Foreign Service Officer with the US State Department. His lecture, “Terrorism and Crisis Management: The Nairobi and Dar es Salaam Bombings of 1998,” will take place in Robinson 206 at 1:00 pm. Pizza will be provided.