Snyder, '14, Honored in Rhode Island for Victim Advocacy

Rebekah Snyder. '14, receives an award from Rhode Island attorney general Peter Kilmartin.

Rebekah Snyder, '14, was recognized by Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin as one of four 2016 state honorees during National Crime Victims' Rights Week for her advocacy work. Snyder was commended for her efforts with Day One, a 24-hour help line offering confidential support, information and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.

Yeager, '16, Gains Insight 'Out of Comfort Zone' at S.A.F.E. Place

Kristin Yeager, '16
Psychology major and Britons volleyball player Kristin Yeager, '16, has opened her eyes to the often-harsh realities of the world through her Spring 2015 internship at S.A.F.E. Place Shelter in Battle Creek. For 15 hours a week, she answers crisis hotline calls and helps clients receive general information, medicine or emotional support. The goal of the experience, she says, is "to get me out of my comfort zone and help me grow as a person."


McKoy, '16, Featured in NCAA Champion Magazine

Mikal McKoy, '16"Personifying persistence and purpose" would be a good way to describe Mikal McKoy's Albion experience. The junior psychological science major, a two-sport student-athlete in football and men's track, missed a semester due to finances. During that time, he was shaken by the death of his best friend and former high school teammate. Since then, McKoy has returned to Albion and embraced campus leadership opportunities: he's a resident assistant, a director for the Black Student Alliance, and he was a speaker at President Ditzler's inauguration. He's also moved up the wide receiver depth chart and ran a leg as part of a conference-champion relay team.

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Alex Yaw, '14: Promoting Healthy Lives, Transforming Hers

Alex Yaw, '14
Spending a portion of the break between fall and spring semester in Honduras with Global Medical Brigades each of the last three years has given Alex Yaw the perspective to overcome the most difficult day. The second baseman for the Albion College softball team is quick to say she wouldn’t be happy if she didn’t produce a base hit in a doubleheader, but the conditions she has witnessed while working to provide health care and development assistance to poor communities in Central America are enough to cure any negative feelings.

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