Albion College junior Pryce Hadley, '12, is the third Albion student in four years to be named a Udall Scholar by the Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation. Previous Albion winners were Erica Tauzer, '10 (2009 Udall Scholar), and Catherine Game, '08 (2007 Udall)
The Middle East's most valuable resource – water – and its impact on the past, present and future is the subject of Albion College's 2011 Daoud Lectureship in Middle Eastern Studies. Writer Steven Solomon brings this complicated and compelling story Tuesday, March 15.
The hidden cost of mountaintop removal mining, addressed through fiction, has turned Ann Pancake into a prizewinning author and a different kind of environmentalist. Pancake shares her work and her ideas as Albion College's 2011 Yinger Family Lecturer on Thursday, March 17.
Albion's tree lighting this year brightens campus in more ways than one, providing holiday cheer both to the Quad and to the energy-conscious. LED tree lights illuminate the Quad using just 96 watts, compared to the 7,000 required for the old lights.
Putting a little green into the holiday season is the goal of Albion's Sustainability Committee, which offers the following ideas: