Art takes flight | Albright Reporter

July 19, 2019

Hold on to your goggles as alumna Makenzie Witter ’15 chronicles the history of aviation through art in her curated exhibit “Flying High, Airplanes in Art from the Permanent Collection.” Witter,... Read More

Alumnus takes on a sustainable future

July 15, 2019

With a Bachelor of Science in biology, an M.B.A., and more than 35 years in the paper and paper packaging fields, R. Michael “Mike” Schock ’79 put aside retirement to take... Read More

Making a splash on the world stage

July 9, 2019

By grade school, Botswana native Amantle Mogara’s early love of the water had led to competitive club swimming. Today, the co-major in business administration and French competes in the United States for the Albright... Read More

Asking uncommon questions | Albright Reporter

July 8, 2019

Asking a question and conducting research to discover the answer is of great benefit to anyone, says assistant biology professor Erin Ventresca, Ph.D., but particularly to budding scientists. It is with... Read More

Understanding the cost of Higher Ed

June 14, 2019

Did you know that while advertised tuition continues to rise, the actual price that students pay for tuition and fees at private, nonprofit four-year colleges has gone down nearly five... Read More