Honors Students Explore the Western Front

Alyssa Wright, '16,  and Emma Stapley, '16, in reconstructed German trenches, Vimy Ridge

 Alyssa Wright, '16,  and Emma Stapley, '16, in reconstructed German Trenches, Vimy Ridge
Battlefields, cemeteries, monuments, and museums provided a profound field trip for students in history professor Chris Hagerman’s class "We Are Making a World: Trauma and Cultural Change on the Western Front, 1914-18." The class, part of Albion’s Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program, recently visited France and Belgium and explored the very sites they had studied on campus using historical maps, diaries, letters, literary memoirs, poetry, paintings, photography, and film.

Tom Dukes, '13, Named Fulbright Scholar

Tom Dukes, '13, will teach English in Germany on a Fulbright Scholarship.

Tom Dukes, '13
Tom Dukes, ’13, enjoyed the experience of studying off-campus at the University of Tübingen so much he knew he had to get back to Germany someday.

Luckily for Dukes, he won’t have to wait long. The international studies and German major from Midland will return to Germany next year under a Fulbright Scholarship, teaching English to middle- and high school students.

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