Article Category Archives: BuzzKill

BUZZKILL: The Meaning of Leadership

Not a Leader: After learning he would not recieve a Senior Leadership Award, Camilleri agreed with the college’s choice. “I’m not a leader. If I was, I’d be in charge of a major student organization” he said. “If only I was president of the Michigan College Democrats, or a commission of some sort.”


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BUZZKILL: Kalamazoo College buys Greenbriar Apartments

By Justina Kilumelume Kalamazoo College recently purchased Greenbriar Apartments in order to expand housing options. The College officially finalized the deal and plans to turn Greenbriar into a seventh dormitory last month. Greenbriar is located on Lovell St. and is a short ten-minute walk from campus and local convenience stores like the infamous Circle K [...]

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BUZZKILL: Health in Good Hands

By Mallika Mitra Although Kalamazoo College is saying goodbye to the “My Nurse” program, which allowed students to speak to a nurse when the health center was not open, a new resource is now available to students: “My K-Pre-Med-Student-In-Training.” This program allows you to put your lives in the hands of students, just like you. [...]

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BUZZKILL: Books to Bud

The bookstore will be replaced with a medical marijuana dispensary this spring as part of a collaborative student initiative By Allison Tinsey As reported in the Index earlier this quarter, the Kalamazoo College Bookstore is facing dwindling sales of textbooks as students turn to cheaper sources like Amazon to buy their books. “It seems silly [...]

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BUZZKILL: Students Gamble With Tuition

Hand over Fist: Students gamble away their tuition money at Kalamazoo College’s Annual Monte Carlo event. One student remarked “It’s my money, I’ll use it when I need it.”

McDonald: Attending Monte Carlo Means Taking a Gamble  By Sarah Wallace At 6:00 A.M., the Monday morning before the College’s yearly Monte Carlo event, masses of upset Kalamazoo students and parents crowded outside of the President’s Office. Their enraged outcries and snowball throwing were a result of the recent announcement about next year’s rise in [...]

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