Student Stories

An International Stage

Tunnicliff Fellow Isabel Allaway, ’20, writes about her study-abroad semester: “I chose to go to South Africa in part because I didn’t want to go somewhere ‘easy.’”

March 20, 2020 | By Isabel Allaway, ’20 I chose to go to South Africa in part because I didn’t want to go somewhere “easy”—another campus inside a different version of a college bubble or a European country where I wouldn’t be challenged to examine my race, privilege, and implicit biases. And since I’m passionate […]

The Places You’ll Go Greenhalgh Gift Opens Travel Possibilities to More Students

June 2019 | By Chuck Carlson Stephen and Susan Brochu Greenhalgh have created a Student Experience Fund to help more Albion College students take part in faculty-sponsored academic trips as a feature of individual courses as well as overall programs of study.There is an incredible world out there ready to be explored and experienced for […]

Teeing Up a Tribute

Delta Sig members create the Peter Radowick, ’80, Student Assistance Fund.

By Chuck Carlson They called him “Rads.” And when Peter Radowick entered a room, everyone knew it. “He was extremely popular, extremely well liked,” says Kevin Roberts, a friend since their days together at Albion College. “You could call him a gentle giant in some ways. He never really had an enemy and I never […]

Creating Opportunities for Current and Future ‘Fordies’

To celebrate 40 years of the Ford Institute, alums launch effort for a career-development fund

June 5, 2018 | By Chuck Carlson There has always been a special bond involving alumni from Albion College’s Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service. Two generations of “Fordies,” as they are affectionately known, who have gone on to work in many facets of public service—from elected office to nonprofit […]