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16,020 The Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium, an April campus tradition since

1990,

saw University of CaliforniaBerkeley psychologist Dacher Keltner, a leading scholar in the study of emotion, deliver the Joseph S. Calvaruso Keynote in Goodrich Chapel.

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servings of ice cream were scooped by students in Lower Baldwin during the 2017-18 academic year. Of the six flavors in regular rotation, the most popular were chocolate, vanilla, and chocolate chip mint.

In February, the second Albion Film Festival at the Bohm Theatre attracted V submissions from students and community members. The organizers—rising juniors and Honors students Taylor Karns, Lucas Lusk, and Grant Smith—plan to do it again in 2019.

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nail-biting hours after clicking Start, professor Brad Chase and instructional technologist Sarah Noah successfully created, via 3D printer, a full-scale plastic replica of a Homo naledi skull that was part of a recent important paleoanthropological find in South Africa.

Among a trio of courses using a 55-inch, 4K Jamboard (a Googledeveloped interactive whiteboard), art history professor Bille Wickre taught Earth, Art, and the Environment this spring to students at Albion and at two other Michigan liberal arts colleges simultaneously.

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school-age visitors will be on campus this summer for camps and activities ranging from youth leadership and music to pre-med, sports, and more.

HEARD ON CAMPUS “I was terrified to open the email at first. Then I screamed my head off for about five minutes and scared my roommates.” —Elaina Braunschweig, ’18, upon learning she was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Germany for 2018-19

Io Triumphe! Spring-Summer 2018  

Io Triumphe! The magazine for alumni, parents, and friends of Albion College

Io Triumphe! Spring-Summer 2018  

Io Triumphe! The magazine for alumni, parents, and friends of Albion College