• How to Grow a Poet
    How to Grow a Poet
  • Peripatetic First-Year
    Peripatetic First-Year
  • Frontier Brothers
    Frontier Brothers
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How to Grow a Poet

There’s no richer soil than that of Kalamazoo College. Seniors Kate Belew and Jane Huffman, two of the most outstanding writers (in a class of outstanding writers), share a pair of mentors—Diane Seuss and Conrad Hilberry.

The staff of Judge Jeffery Hopkins at the United States Bankruptcy Court (Cincinnati, Ohio) included (l-r): Matthew Harte ''07, Patricia Francis, Hopkins, Andrea Johnson ''15, and Richard Jones.

Memories, Mistakes, and Memos

An internship at the United States Bankruptcy Court in Cincinnati, Ohio, helped Andrea Johnson ’15 learn much about more than just legal research and writing. Good law, and a good life, requires mistakes and multiple drafts.

Grace Gilmore ''''15 (left) and Lindsay Worthington ''''15

Being There

“There” was the 47th annual Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Washington D.C. And having TWO K students as finalists was a rare theatrical achievement. Congratulations to Grace Gilmore and Lindsay Worthington.

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Green Law Man

Ben Houston ’06 uses the law to advance environmental causes. His path from there-to-here includes a history major; study abroad in London, England; post-graduation work in Zagreb, Croatia; and degrees from two law schools.

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Alumni Bites Sampler

These three alumni have taken a bite into engagement, and, whether small, medium, or large, the benefits accrue to current students, to Kalamazoo College, and to the alumni themselves. Join the feast!

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Peripatetic First-Year

When Conner Vogt’s ’18 junior year study abroad experience comes, it won’t be his first. It will be number three, and of shorter duration than his first two of three years and two years, respectively.

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Frontier Brothers

K alumni Robert and Richard Sewell migrated to Alaska and stayed, eventually attracting their parents to the state as well. Turns out the outcomes of a K education are pretty good survival skills.