The Albright Reporter

Volume 37 | Number 3

The mission of The Albright Reporter is to inform, engage and entertain alumni and other consituencies by telling Albright College’s story and exploring its numerous dimensions – scholarships, creativity, diversity, achievement, service to humanity – with substance and integrity. The Albright Reporter strives to foster community, inspire pride and loyalty, and increase support for the institution.

Recovery Metamorphosis Rev. Mike Clark

As dusk settles around him, the Rev. Mike Clark ’70 clicks on the desk lamp in his ground floor office of…

Who is Reading? Lynn Nottage

Playwright Lynn Nottage sheds light on the city of Reading through theater, film, dance and visual art.

Out of Challenge Rises Opportunity

After a hotly contested issue, Albright emerges a stronger, more cohesive community.

Unlocking New Research with Virtual Reality

A pair of goggles, a few computers, the virtual reality lab is helping answer new questions.

President Jacquelyn S.Fetrow, Ph.D. ’82

A photo essay documenting the ceremonial beginning of a new presidential era.

Big Questions in Higher Education

Alumni are all part of a common heritage. What made Albright special for you?

Snapshots: Late Night Breakfast

Late Night Breakfast, offered to all students on the first night of finals week, became a popular tradition at Albright in fall 2009.

A Look Back: Scenes from the Past

Know anything about this 1963 photograph? Email Jennifer Stoudt
at jstoudt@albright.edu.