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Ebola Responders

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Greg Raczniak ’96 is working in Sierra Leone as part of the Ebola response team of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The U.S. Navy veteran serves as a preventive medicine resident at CDC. His work in Sierra … Continue reading

Paper’s Tops at Conference

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Amy MacMillan, the L. Lee Stryker Assistant Professor of Business Management, co-authored a paper titled “Improving the Collaborative Online Student Evaluation Process”—a research effort so fine it received the award for Best Conference Refereed Paper from the Marketing Management Association. … Continue reading

Wild Ride

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If you reach Information Services Help Desk Administrator Russell Cooper ’89, you can expect a calm, soothing, and professional presence to assist you with your computer needs. But don’t let his grey-suit-and-conservative-sounding voice fool you, there’s some wild rides in … Continue reading

Small School; Big Experiments

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This past spring Professor of Chemistry Jeff Bartz (pictured at left with two students in his laser laboratory) received word that the National Science Foundation would provide a three-year grant to Kalamazoo College so that Bartz’ lab could conduct new … Continue reading

Pie are squared away in K alumna’s Detroit bakery

Pie maker Lisa Ludwinski ’06 in her Sister Pie kitchen in Detroit. (Metro Times photo)

AND THIS JUST IN!!!!   SHE WON!!!  Lisa Ludwinski ’06 and her Sister Pie bakery has won this year’s Comerica Hatch Detroit contest aimed at boosting start-up businesses. Lisa was awarded $50,000, defeating three other semifinalists, and will get legal, accounting, … Continue reading

Center Court Dedicated to Kalamazoo College Legend

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On Saturday, August 2, Kalamazoo College named center court of Stowe Stadium “George Acker Court,” dedicating it to the memory of the legendary coach and teacher who touched the lives of so many K students and Kalamazoo community members. President … Continue reading

Dense, Disconcerting Bite

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That I could have written it shorter had I only more time has been attributed to great writers from Montaigne to Mark Twain. Those multiple attributions may be the best testament to the statement’s truth. It is hard to write … Continue reading

My Cheated Eyes

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Believing is not seeing–especially at the movies. Siu-Lan Tan, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at Kalamazoo College and a very popular blogger for Psychology Today and Oxford University Press (What Shapes Film: Elements of the Cinematic Experience and More), recently … Continue reading