Tag Archives: off-campus

Off-Campus Dining


One of the perks of living off-campus: you get to make your own food. I suppose for some people, this is a chore. That’s how I initially thought about it, but I quickly learned to take advantage of this opportunity. … Continue reading

Off-Campus Living

A note to those reading this: typically sophomores are unable to live off-campus. Due to the growing size of incoming classes, however, there was a lack of space on campus that pushed some freshmen at the end of last year … 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

Center for Civic Engagement (CCE)

Last year, I happened to hear about a little start-up program through word of mouth. To my luck, it also happened to be exactly the kind of opportunity that I would find incredibly exciting and enjoyable –  helping to start … Continue reading

Livin’ the Food Life

One of the best parts about being an off-campus senior is my house. I like the actual structure of my house. Itʼs not perfect, itʼs a college house with creaky floors and doors that don’t quite shut straight, but it’ll … Continue reading

Summer Livin’

In January or so, I started looking for summer work on K-Connect and came across a job as a camp counselor at Camp Ramapo in Rhinebeck, NY. It’s a special needs camp that helps “build relationships and inspire success.” So … Continue reading