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Taking an Intimidating Class at K

    I want to talk about choosing classes at K. Throughout my entire high school career I was not the biggest fan of history. My high school had a very small number of history classes available and of the few required … Continue reading

Cirque du K

One of my favorite things at Kalamazoo College is its Cirque de K club; its very own circus club. Last year, when I was a first year, I started out my fall quarter attending a few “playtimes.” Playtimes take place … Continue reading

A South Haven Saturday

Chunks of ice floated in Lake Michigan, making it hard to distinguish where the shoreline was. As I got off the bus for my first Beyond the Hive adventure, I found some fellow first-years and off we went to explore the festival. It was my first time to go to the South Haven Ice Breaker Festival, … Continue reading

Finding family in the Wilderness

This is my patrol! We called ourselves the "A2 Sass Crew." LandSea was an incredible way to start out college. What better way to get to know your peers than to spend two weeks in the wilderness with them, making food together, sleeping together under a tarp, being unable to bathe? … Continue reading

Top Four Reasons Why I Play at K

  1.  I’m a STUDENT athlete. At Kalamazoo College, the most important thing in your life as an athlete is still your schoolwork. Every Coach encourages you to make sure that your academic priorities come before your athletic ones.  There … Continue reading

SIP Thoughts

The Senior Individualized Project is something that is pretty unique to K College, and though there are moments that I cannot wait for it to be over, I certainly spend the majority of the time being thankful for the experience … Continue reading

Best Coffee Shops to Study at in Kalamazoo

aterstreet Now that it is almost seventh week of the quarter, it’s time to start thinking about finals. With research papers and exams around the corner, the library is starting to get packed (which I am personally thrilled about) and I … Continue reading

Two Weeks

Two weeks from now, I will be at the Clermont airport with tears on my face, saying goodbye to my french family.  Two weeks.  It doesn’t seem possible.  I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on these past couple months, … Continue reading

Back to K after a year abroad

0150909_150052~3 Returning to campus after being abroad for a year was surreal. Thankfully my dad accompanied me on the long trip from Oregon to Michigan to help me with some of the logistics of transitioning back to K, including moving into … Continue reading