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My Ambiguous and Ambitious Post-Grad Plans

Kalamazoo College’s Class of 2014’s graduation just around the corner, while later than most colleges, it is just as highly anticipated by those participating. Since I’m asked numerous times per day what my plans are post-graduation, I decided to dedicate … Continue reading

Sleeping With Bears

Being from a big city, I don’t have a lot of experience camping; this is something that I’ve been trying to change since I’ve come to college. Over the weekend, the KOC (Kalamazoo Outing Club), led a camping trip to … Continue reading

Organization of the Year: The Index

As the Editor-in-Chief of the Index, I am proud to announce that the Office of Student Involvement awarded us Organization of the Year. I am extremely proud of my staff and thankful to all who made this possible, including many … Continue reading

You know you’re an IAS major when…

1. You usually just tell people that you’re an International Studies major to save time from saying “International Area Studies” or explaining what IAS stands for. 2. You’re really good at explaining what your major consists of and why you … Continue reading

Chicago Aquarium Trip!

Chicago!

A couple of Saturdays ago, I found myself driving a van full of high-spirited K College students to Chicago. I couldn’t help but get that kind of wonderful road-trip-with-friends feeling as we cruised down the highway with the music pumping. … Continue reading

Back to the Zoo

As a returning junior, it’s been the utmost pleasure being able to see all my friends, old and new alike, back on campus. The weather has actually been most accommodating, as it has primarily been in the 50s and climbing. … Continue reading

15 Selfies I Took During my First Year at K

Selfies are awesome. I think they reflect an interesting time in our culture, where everyone is willing to forgo privacy for a ’favorite’ or ’like’. That being said, I probably take more selfies than is normal…hence this blog post! Of … Continue reading

Comfort Zone

With nothing more on my plate than a few classes and simply managing the transition from high school to college, I was overwhelmed by all of the opportunities to get involved on campus during fall quarter. I’ve found, now that … Continue reading