Volume 40, No. 2 | Albright College

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A Lost Season

A Lost Season

Lacrosse standout Kelly Baumann ’20 will probably never forget what it felt like to get the news that her senior season was over, almost as soon as it began…

Big Questions in Higher Ed

Big Questions in Higher Education – Pandemic 2020

The virus seemed far away, unlikely to makes its way to Berks County, Pa.

Condicts Saints of Covid

Condict’s Saints of COVID

Amanda Condict has created more than 35 portraits as part of her Saints of COVID art series, which illustrates stories and shows the deep emotions…

No Smoking Sign

A Respiratory Pandemic is the Perfect Time to Quit Smoking

Tapped to guide New York’s COVID-19 contract tracing efforts, Abright graduate Kelly Henning, M.D. ’81…

Lakeisha Brown Teaching Love Virtual

Lakeisha Brown ’05 Teaching Love via a Virtual Classroom

It may be the hugs Lakeisha Brown ’05 misses most. Like teachers across the country, Brown took her…

Transforming Classrooms Covid

Transforming Classrooms in the Wake of COVID-19

Teaching chemistry and biochemistry at Albright for more than a decade and a half, Professor Ian Rhile, Ph.D., has been through his fair share of trials…

Virtual Vitality

Virtual Vitality

With a broken laptop, Autumn Blalock ’20, co-majoring in theatre and psychology…

Striking out a Season

Striking out a Season

“Monday morning [March 16], Coach called me. I didn’t have to pick up to know what she was going to say…


The Last Word


The mission of The Albright Reporter is to inform, engage and entertain alumni and other constituencies by telling Albright College’s story and exploring its numerous dimensions — scholarship, 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.