South Point grad recognized
ALMA, Mich. — An annual Alma College event, Kapp Honors Day recognizes the original research and creative work of student presenters across all academic majors.
The 24th annual event, originally scheduled for April 2, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which prevented students, faculty and staff from gathering in person for presentations and poster sessions. However, the college celebrates and acknowledges the achievements of the nearly 100 students slated to participate through the Honors Day abstract book.
Junior Camera Stevens of South Point’s, presentation was titled “Factors Affecting Road Salt Toxicity to Hyalella Azteca.” She is a graduate of South Point High School.
Alma College, founded in 1886, is a four-year residential liberal arts college located in the heart of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. A deep regard for students as individuals is fundamental to an
Alma education, with small classes and many opportunities for one-on-one collaboration with dedicated faculty.
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