Immersion
HonorRoll_
More_
More_2
«
»

Calendar of Events

4 June 4 p.m. Lucasse Award Celebration, honoring Professor of Anthropology Kiran Cunningham ’83, this year’s recipient of the Lucasse Fellowship for Excellence in Scholarship, Mandelle Hall Olmsted Room
5 June Spring Term Classes End
11 a.m. Community Reflection: Student Commission Awards and Inauguration. Current Student Commission members present the Amy Trenkle Campus Leadership Award, the William Crockett Staff Award, and the Frances Diebold Award. The new executive board and general commission members for 2015-2016 will be sworn in and will share their aspirations for their upcoming terms. Stetson Chapel
5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Art Hop exhibit: “Asian Wonders: Selected Chinese and Japanese Artifacts from Kalamazoo College’s Rare Book and Art Collection.” A.M. Todd Rare Book Room, Upjohn Library Commons, 3rd floor
8-10 June Final Exams
13 June through 19 July Exposure Pathways,” a site-specific sculptural intervention by Associate Professor of Art Sarah Lindley, appearing with “After Operations,” an exhibition of photography by Steve Nelson, and “The Way We Worked,” a traveling exhibition of historic photographs from the Smithsonian Institute. Plainwell Paper Mill (enter through Plainwell City Hall, 211 North Main Street, Plainwell, Michigan). Hours are Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday by appointment (to reserve call 616.658.6821); Wednesday and Thursday, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.; and Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
13-14 June Times and campus locations TBA. Emeritus Club Weekend
14 June 1 p.m. Commencement of the Class of 2015, Campus Quadrangle
18 June 18 June  7 p.m. Back to Basics With Bach and Baseball, Homer Stryker Field. Come on out to the ballpark when the BachFest Chorus sings the national anthem for the Growlers baseball game. A portion of ticket sales will go to support the artistic and educational initiatives of the Kalamazoo Bach Festival. Ticket option one: $15 General Admission Ticket Voucher, includes complimentary Growlers Hat. (If you can’t attend on June 18, your general admission ticket voucher may be redeemed for a ticket to any Kalamazoo Growlers game during the 2015 season!) Ticket option two: $30 Miller Lite Party Zone ticket, which includes a complimentary Growlers Hat and all inclusive food/beverage (seven beer tickets) from 6:00 p.m. up to the bottom of the 7th inning.  (Party Zone ticket vouchers must be used on June 18.) Tickets are available on the Bach Festival website.
20 June 10:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. Gallery Talk on “Exposure Pathways” (Sarah Lindley, Kalamazoo College), “After Operations” (Steve Nelson, Hope College) and “The Way We Worked” (Smithsonian Institute), a three-part art installation on display at the Plainwell Paper Mill (enter through Plainwell City Hall, 211 North Main Street, Plainwell, Michigan).
27 June 8 p.m. “The Seasons,” concert by the Arcato Chamber Ensemble (directed by Andrew Koehler), featuring performances of music by Beethoven, Vivaldi, Copland, and Tchaikovsky. Tickets (available online or at the door) are $15 for general admission and $5 for students. Dalton Theatre.
29 June 10 a.m. Hornet Golf Jamboree, Kalamazoo Country Club
15 July 6 p.m. Artists’ Reception for “Exposure Pathways” (Sarah Lindley, Kalamazoo College), “After Operations” (Steve Nelson, Hope College) and “The Way We Worked” (Smithsonian Institute), a three-part art installation on display at the Plainwell Paper Mill (enter through Plainwell City Hall, 211 North Main Street, Plainwell, Michigan).
17 July 7:05 p.m. K Night at the Kalamazoo Growlers Game. Tickets available until July 10. Homer Stryker Field
31 July through 9 August USTA Boys’ 18 & 16 National Tennis Championship, Stowe Stadium
3-8 September Orientation for Visiting International Students
9-13 September Orientation for First-Year Students
9 September 7 p.m. Volleyball v. Alma College, Anderson Athletic Center
12 September 11 a.m. Volleyball v. Trine University, Anderson Athletic Center
Noon. Women’s Soccer v. Trine University, MacKenzie Field
7 p.m. Men’s Soccer v. DePauw University, MacKenzie Field
14 September Fall Term Classes Begin
19 September Noon. Men’s Soccer v. Albion College, MacKenzie Field
1 p.m. Football v. Concordia (Ill.) College, Angell Field
2:30 p.m. Women’s Soccer v. Alma College, MacKenzie Field
21 September 1 p.m. Men’s Golf hosts MIAA Jamboree, Kalamazoo Country Club
26 September 1 p.m. Women’s Golf hosts MIAA Jamboree, Milham Park Golf Course
7 p.m. Men’s Soccer v. Hope College, MacKenzie Field
30 September 7 p.m. Volleyball v. Olivet College, Anderson Athletic Center
2-5 October Women’s Tennis ITA Central Regional Championships, Stowe Stadium
6 October 7 p.m. Men’s Soccer v. Adrian College, MacKenzie Field
7 October 7 p.m. Women’s Soccer v. Hope College, MacKenzie Field
10 October 11 a.m. Volleyball v. Calvin College, Anderson Athletic Center
Noon. Men’s Soccer v. Olivet College, MacKenzie Field
1 p.m. Football v. Albion College, Angell Field
13 October 7 p.m. Women’s Soccer v. St. Mary’s College, MacKenzie Field
17 October Noon. Men’s Soccer v. Trine University, MacKenzie Field
 2:30 p.m. Women’s Soccer v. Calvin College, MacKenzie Field
20 October 7 p.m. Volleyball v. Adrian College, Anderson Athletic Center
23 October 7 p.m. Volleyball v. Saint Mary’s College (Homecoming), Anderson Athletic Center
24 October Noon. Men’s Soccer v. Alma College (Homecoming), MacKenzie Field
1 p.m. Football v. Olivet College (Homecoming), Angell Field
2:30 p.m. Women’s Soccer v. Adrian College (Homecoming), MacKenzie Field
27 October 7 p.m. Volleyball v. Hope College, Anderson Athletic Center
28 October 7 p.m. Men’s Soccer v. Calvin College, MacKenzie Field
30 October 7 p.m. Volleyball v. Albion College, Anderson Athletic Center
31 October Noon. Women’s Soccer v. Albion College, MacKenzie Field
1 p.m. Swimming/Diving v. Hope College, Natatorium
2 November 7 p.m. Women’s Soccer v. Olivet College, MacKenzie Field
12 November 7 p.m. The 2015 Moritz Lecture, Mandelle Hall Olmsted Room
7:30 p.m. for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Ntozake Shange’s multiple award-winning play and “choreopoem” is considered a landmark in American theatre and described as “a dramatic elegy for black women” with a theme not of sorrow, but courage. (Mature subject matter and language) $5 students with ID; $10 seniors (65 years of age and older); $15 adults. To reserve tickets, call 269.337.7333. Tickets will be held in the box office and may be paid for on arrival. Nelda K. Balch Theatre
13 November 8 p.m. for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Ntozake Shange’s multiple award-winning play and “choreopoem” is considered a landmark in American theatre and described as “a dramatic elegy for black women” with a theme not of sorrow, but courage. (Mature subject matter and language) $5 students with ID; $10 seniors (65 years of age and older); $15 adults. To reserve tickets, call 269.337.7333. Tickets will be held in the box office and may be paid for on arrival. Nelda K. Balch Theatre
14 November 11 a.m. Swimming/Diving v. Albion College, Natatorium
1 p.m. Football v. Hope College, Angell Field
8 p.m. for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Ntozake Shange’s multiple award-winning play and “choreopoem” is considered a landmark in American theatre and described as “a dramatic elegy for black women” with a theme not of sorrow, but courage. (Mature subject matter and language) $5 students with ID; $10 seniors (65 years of age and older); $15 adults. To reserve tickets, call 269.337.7333. Tickets will be held in the box office and may be paid for on arrival. Nelda K. Balch Theatre
15 November 2 p.m. for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Ntozake Shange’s multiple award-winning play and “choreopoem” is considered a landmark in American theatre and described as “a dramatic elegy for black women” with a theme not of sorrow, but courage. (Mature subject matter and language) $5 students with ID; $10 seniors (65 years of age and older); $15 adults. To reserve tickets, call 269.337.7333. Tickets will be held in the box office and may be paid for on arrival. Nelda K. Balch Theatre
6 December 4 p.m. BachFest Christmas! Celebrate the spirit of the season with a festive Christmas concert featuring the Kalamazoo Bach Festival Chorus under the direction of Maestro James Turner performing seasonal favorites along with a premiere by Kalamazoo composer and pianist Carl Witt.  An audience sing-along of carols completes this often sold-out concert and much beloved Christmas tradition. Stetson Chapel. Tickets are $25 (main floor center and balcony), $16 (main floor sides), $5 student (main floor sides or accompanied by an adult in main floor center or balcony), free for children under 12. Tickets available September 1, 2015; purchase by November 6 for early bird pricing ($22 or $14).