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Founder and executive director of Mural Arts Philadelphia — the nation’s largest public art program, Jane Golden is dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. Since 1984, Golden has grown the organization from a small city agency into the nation’s largest public art program, now considered a global model for transforming public spaces and individual lives through art. In partnership with a range of city agencies, she has developed groundbreaking and rigorous programs that, through art, make strides in youth education, restorative justice and behavioral health.
Now exploring multiple new locations for its velodrome project, the World Cycling League (WCL) will not build a velodrome on Albright’s seven acre North 11th Street parcel. The college is currently exploring new options for the property and is in conversation with potential partners. “This was a mutual decision between WCL and Albright College and we continue to be supportive of WCL’s efforts,” said President Fetrow.
Reading’s Central Pennsylvania African American Museum donated its rare artifacts and reads to Albright. The collection will be the centerpiece of African-
American studies at the college.
Jean Twenge, Ph.D., author of “Why today’s super-connected kids are growing up less rebellious, more tolerant, less happy — and completely unprepared for adulthood* (*and What That Means for the Rest of Us),” presented her poignant generational research to a full crowd in Albright College’s Memorial Chapel.