Kalamazoo College students laud (twice!) the approval of the Critical Ethnic Studies in November of 2014. Calls for the change go back four decades; the response puts K at the forefront of the discipline.
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.
One of K’s iconic scholars has “retired.” With at least three books underway and his work for the German Studies Association, David Barclay’s retirement is much like his life at K.
An alumni Restaurant Club meets at eateries in Chicago, where finding good places to dine is as easy as finding friends to eat with in college.
There’s nothing common about Kalamazoo College’s Summer Common Reading program – so unique and marvelous that some people call it subversive. The 2014 selection was WE NEED NEW NAMES by NoViolet Bulawayo.
The College’s 18th president is passionate about soccer, and Mexico’s national team tops his list. And soccer is more than a sport; it’s an international language that bridges difference and provides an opportunity to share love.
A few weeks after Hurricane Maria, Associate Professor Adriana Garriga-Lopez and others at Kalamazoo College and in the community created Todo Kalamazoo con Puerto Rico to help with disaster aid.
Know the name of the soccer team in Detroit? You will if Sean Mann ’03 has his way.
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.