Category Archives: Faculty and Staff

Color Me Alpha Xi walk/run

We, Alpha Xi Delta – Phi Chapter will be hosting our annual fundraiser, the Color Me Alpha Xi walk / run on Friday, September 22nd at 6:30 pm. The race will begin on the Quad, by the Kresge steps and will go on for 5K and lead back to the starting point on the Quad. Anyone and everyone is more than welcome to sign up and participate in our race. All proceeds will be going to Foster Club, in support of children and teenagers experiencing foster care and homelessness. Sign ups for the race can be made on our official fundraising website. Any and all of your support is very appreciated and we hope to see you there 🙂


For any information or questions, please feel free to reach out to Thank you!

Posted on Monday, September 11, 2023 by Jana (

Asian Cultural Engagement Group meeting

Hello Everyone! Asian Cultural Engagement Group will be holding our first meeting on Thursday, September 14 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. It will take place in the Umbrella House. We will get to know each other, go through our exciting event plans for the semester, and decide on regular meeting times. Come and join us for all the TEA 🙂

For more information and updates please follow our instagram page – @ace.albion

Posted on Monday, September 11, 2023 by Medha Mohan (

Albion College ranks among Wall Street Journal’s 2024 Best Colleges

Albion College is one of only four private colleges and universities in Michigan to be included on the list of Wall Street Journal/College Pulse 2024 Best Colleges in the U.S. Albion ranked second among private colleges in Michigan and 68 out of all 400 colleges and universities included in the rankings of public and private schools. The University of Detroit Mercy (52), Kalamazoo College (141) and Andrews University (382) were the other private Michigan schools included. Three factors were considered in the rankings: student outcomes (70% of the ranking), the learning environment (20%) and diversity (10%).  Students who participated in the ranking survey gave Albion high marks for diversity and for learning opportunities, including the College’s myriad experiential learning offerings.

Posted on Friday, September 08, 2023 by Ward Mullens (

Peace Corps to visit Albion College

Emily Nguyen, Regional Recruiter, for the Peace Corps, will be on-campus visiting classrooms and holding an Information Session from 12-1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 12 downtown in the Ludington Center, Career and Internship Center, 1st-floor room #114. Pizza and beverages will be provided. All students are welcome to attend.

If you are unable to attend the information session but would like to schedule an individual meeting with Emily please contact Dawn Hernandez at the Career and Internship Center,

Visit for more information about the Peace Corps.

Posted on Friday, September 08, 2023 by Dawn Hernandez (

Start your week with a spiritual practice

Every Monday in September from 11:00 to 1:00, assistant director for spiritual wellness Laura Todd will table to offer spiritual practices in the Kellogg Center lobby. Spiritual practices can help you remember what’s important, re-center in times of stress, and explore the bigger picture.

A different practice will be featured each week. Whether you’re new to spiritual practice, looking to deepen your practice, or just want to chat, you are welcome to stop by!

Posted on Friday, September 08, 2023 by Laura Todd (

Free Bohm screenings of “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” Sept. 19 & 20

Join us at Albion’s Historic Bohm Theatre for a free screening of Everything Everywhere All at Once as part of the 2023 Common Reading Experience.

Screening 1
Tuesday, September 19
6:30 – 9pm with a 7pm start time

Screening 2
Wednesday, September 20
6:30 – 9pm with a 7pm start time

The concession stand will be open for purchases during these free public screenings.

The 2023 Common Reading Experience selection is a curated collection of easily digestible works centered on the theme of belonging, identity and self discovery.  Everything Everywhere All At Once beautifully and chaotically wrestles with themes of immigration, mental health, parent-child dynamics, generational trauma, and the impulse many of us have to question what our lives might look like if we had made different choices. This film is notable for casting a middle-aged Asian American woman in the role of superhero, and is the first Best Picture Oscar winning film depicting the lives of Asian Americans.

Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2023 by Jill Mason (

Writing a senior thesis? Don’t forget to fill out the form

If you are planning on writing a Senior Thesis to be turned in this April 2024 you will need to submit a Thesis Registry form by Monday, September 25, 2023 to the Thesis Coordinator – 2nd floor #204 Old Observatory. You can find the form and the directions at or email


Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2023 by Renee Kreger (

Join us for Beyond Albion

Beyond Albion is Tuesday, Sept. 19 from 4-6 p.m. in Upper Baldwin. The event merges the Gerstacker Institute Recruitment Night, the Ford Institute Service Organization and Grad School Fair, and the Domestic Off-Campus Program Fair. This annual fall event is for students seeking full-time employment, internships, after-graduation service projects, information on graduate/professional programs and domestic off-campus studies. For those seeking a job or internship, Beyond Albion is an opportunity to present yourself professionally in person to a potential employer while showcasing your communication skills. Remember to request a professional resume review with the Career and Internship Center ( For questions, please contact one of the following: Roy Mathews (Gerstacker) at; Eddie Visco (Ford) at; or Dawn Hernandez (CIC) at

Posted on Wednesday, September 06, 2023 by Dawn Hernandez (