What a team! If Fantasy Football had a "Fantasy First-Year" counterpart, then the Kalamazoo College class of 2013 would contend for a national championship...
He'd been dismissed twice from a neighboring university, and he could list a roster of colleges attended - then abandoned. But this time, he meant business.
For some, Homecoming is a garden of new ideas sowed by old friends. Who'd want to miss that?! Last Homecoming, four roommates of 103 Crissey reconnected at the Class of 1973's 35th Homecoming reunion and planned a "trip of a lifetime"...
Jeffrey Haus' 13-year-old self would never have guessed that he'd grow up to be a professor of Jewish studies. That Haus has become an expert of anything Jewish is one of the great ironies of his life, he says.
Sophomore Emelia Tse's internship with the film Cherry stretched from pre-production in Kalamazoo to post-production in Los Angeles.
Thanks to a generous estate gift, the name of Raymond F. Holden, Sr. (class of 1907) will live as long in science as it does in song.
Scientists Jeff Wilson '91 and Rob Dunn '97 returned to campus on a Darwin Symposium visit to explain the relationship between liberal arts and "readiness" - a kind of scientific fitness.
Sanford Schulman '85 has built a thriving criminal law practice in Detroit. And he is generous about opening his practice and sharing his work with Kalamazoo College students.
Kalamazoo College has attracted a range of social and political leaders, renowned arts performers, and world-class athletes. Here are the stories of a few...
After months of prep, Sarah Woodson '82 was ready to take the photo - a "hold-your-breath" moment with potential implications for some very devastating diseases.
Faculty unity in the 1950s and '60s helped catalyze the encounter of a fellowship in learning with the then-nascent K-Plan. Emeriti faculty recall this special moment in the College's not-so-distant past.
Why is Steve Charon '09 an athlete? The answer is simple, in a complex sort of way.
Happy birthday, Center for Career and Professional Development! Or, should we say: wedding day?
Senior Brian Barkley's SIP seeks a way to exceed a computer's speed. The answer may be teams.