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Decolonization is a Medical Necessity

Associate Professor of Anthropology Adriana Garriga-Lopez Adriana Garriga-Lopez, associate professor of anthropology, attended the 20th United States Conference on AIDS where she was interviewed by MD Magazine on the response to HIV/AIDS in Puerto Rico. That response has long been the focus of her research. Specifically … Continue reading

Women’s Athletics Pioneer Passes

Women's Athletics Pioneer Tish Loveless Dies Ada Letitia (“Tish”) Loveless, Ph.D., women’s athletics pioneer and longtime Director of Women’s Athletics at Kalamazoo College, died on Thursday, September 22, 2016, at her home. She was 91 years old. Tish served as Director of Women’s Athletics from 1953 … Continue reading

Beloved Biology Professor Emeritus Dies

Kalamazoo College Professor Emeritus of Biology David Evans David Evans, professor emeritus of biology, died on September 20, 2016. He was 77 years old, four days shy of his 78th birthday, and doing one of the things he loved most—taking a walk on a trail. David’s 39-year career … Continue reading

K Alumnus Enters ArtPrize

Dancers in Blue photograph resembling Les Danseuses Bleues painting by Edgar Degas Kalamazoo College alumnus and Information Services employee Russell Cooper ‘89 is competing for a fifth year at ArtPrize, the Grand Rapids, Mich., event touted by organizers as the world’s most-attended public art event. The event started Sept. 21 and runs … Continue reading

K Professor Receives Lucasse Fellowship

Kalamazoo College Professor Di Seuss Kalamazoo College announced today that Writer in Residence and Assistant Professor of English Diane Seuss ’78 will receive the 2017 Florence J. Lucasse Fellowship for Excellence in Scholarship. It is the highest award bestowed by the Kalamazoo College faculty, and … Continue reading

Duo Completes Prestigious Internship

Kalamazoo College students complete prestigious internships Kalamazoo College senior Sara McKinney and junior Shawn Fair secured and completed Monroe-Brown internships this summer. Monroe-Brown internships are local opportunities that include at least 400 paid hours of work with a Kalamazoo area company, valuable networking, and scholarship funding … Continue reading

Alumna Prepared for Fulbright Teaching Assignment

K-Plan Feature on Ellie Cannon Next month it’s off to Spain for Ellie Cannon ’15, who feels thoroughly “K-Plan prepped.” Ellie received an English Teaching Assistantship grant with the Fulbright Student Program. For nine months she will work at a school of commerce in Galicia, … Continue reading

Leaders off to Leadership Conference

Leaders off to Leadership Conference Malak Ghazal ’19 (left), Ian Freshwater ’19 and Jazzilyn Dubois ’17 are pictured on the plane en route to attend the annual Student Government Institute hosted by the National Association for Campus Activities.  This year’s conference will be held at … Continue reading