Sara Wiener '03 saw the urgent need for a job that didn't yet exist, so she proposed it, and got it. Now, closer to home, she helps meet the needs of gender nonconforming children and their families.
Art appraiser Kendra Eberts '07 has a vision—a Kalamazoo-based art gallery and cafe/coffee shop. She rendered her first business plan for the idea at the age of four, in crayon. Her K-Plan has played a key role since then.
A careful search of historical records leads College archivist Lisa Murphy '98 to conclude that Charles Lewis Williams Jr., class of 1907, was the first African American to earn a degree at Kalamazoo College.
Women's One World played a vital role in the life of alumna and performance artist Holly Hughes '77. She documents that "life-saving" role in her new book MEMORIES OF THE REVOLUTION.
West Nelson '81 has purchased a lot of Metrocards for Kalamazoo College alumni and students new to the New York City subway system. It's just one of many ways he keeps connected to K, a bond he deeply values.
Competitive swimmers seek to shave time. Hornet Malak Ghazal is excited about the prospect of Kalamazoo College's proposed natatorium and hopes the time to its fruition sets a record for short duration.
Two exhibitions honor the late Marcia Wood '55, a professor of art at K and a renowned sculptor and painter. Proceeds of a silent auction connected with the second exhibition will support the Marcia J. Wood Scholarship Fund at K.