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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

Unexpected Homesickness

When I arrived on campus as a first-year this year I expected to be homesick during the fall term. However, I was caught up in making new friends and learning how to live in my own in a place far … Continue reading

Art Hop

Art Hop is one of the reasons why Kalamazoo is a cool city. Happening every first Friday of the month from 5 – 7 pm, local artists exhibit their unique work. One of the art hubs in Kalamazoo is the … Continue reading

Caught in the Act: A Kalamzoo Winter

Welcome to 8th week! I can not believe it already has arrived! A lot of things have been going on here like Monte Carlo which is basically a wonderful night of gambling (with fake money) and classiness.   However, I tend … Continue reading

Swimming Through Winter

After a long day trekking up and down Academy Street with more books than I can fit into my backpack, snow sneaking into my boots, and a nose as cold as ice, I do the one thing you would never … Continue reading

Combating the Cold

Getting ready for spring by carving tiles for a community garden

Things can get a little dull by around 7th week of Winter Term. It’s too cold to casually be outside for any amount of time, and Spring Break is a bit too far in the future to sustain high spirits … Continue reading

Sophomores

There are two scary things that happen in winter quarter when you’re a sophomore: First of all, you have to decide if you’re going on study abroad, and if you are, where and for how long. Study abroad happened to … Continue reading

As Time Goes On

Wednesday, February 5, 2014, marked the halfway point, halfway through the quarter, and halfway through my first year at Kalamazoo College. Things are starting to change around campus, seniors are finishing their SIPS, juniors are arriving back from study abroad, … Continue reading

My Room

Over the past few weeks, lacking any urge to go outside in the cold, I have come to especially appreciate my room. I sleep in my room, I relax in my room, I eat in my room, and I study … Continue reading

The Chapel Program at K.

When I first came to Kalamazoo College in the fall, one of the aspects of my life I was worried about was my spiritual life. I wasn’t really sure of what programs were available, and I had heard that K … Continue reading