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Nectar of the Gods: Bell’s Oberon

*Disclaimer: I am of the legal drinking age. Oberon is an integral part of Kalamazoo culture, so I deemed it an appropriate topic to blog about. After one year of suffering, I recently completed my Senior Individualized Project in Philosophy. … Continue reading

The Advice of a Desert-Dweller

Having spent my first winter here at K, I have come to realize that there are a number of things that you are bound to hear from people if you come from somewhere without a white winter. Here are a … Continue reading

The end (of sophomore year) is near

After an extremely busy winter quarter and a less-than-relaxing spring break, spring quarter is finally here.  I’ll admit, I’ve been dreading the year passing so quickly, but spring quarter is a great time on campus. The snow melts from the … Continue reading

Squirrels: The Hidden Terror

As an Arizonian there was one thing that greatly excited me about coming to Kalamazoo College above all others: the squirrels. Who wouldn’t love the furry, little friends who romp up and down the huge trees on the quad? They … Continue reading

Getting Ready for Spring

As spring break comes to a close, I can’t help but think about all the refreshing opportunities that come with a new quarter. Pretty soon the snow will start melting, and I’ll be able to drag a blanket and backpack … Continue reading

Campus Media Grows

It’s Wednesday of 10th week, or as I like to think of it, the last day The Index, our school newspaper, is distributed for the quarter! As the features editor of The Index, I get very excited when I see … Continue reading

Winter quarter decisions

Although piles and piles of snow keep most of us inside as much as possible (hello, arctic temperatures and sheets of ice on every sidewalk), K sophomores still face a slew of decisions during winter quarter, the most prominent of … Continue reading

Phir Milenge (See You Later)!

My time in Varanasi came to a close in the month of December. I tried to savor everything I could about the city – the buffalo stampedes, the five-rupee roadside chai, the yappy dog that lived on the other side … Continue reading