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Kalamazoo College Hosts THREE Art Hop Stops

Kalamazoo College Hosts THREE Art Hop Stops Got Art? Kalamazoo College will host THREE stops on the monthly downtown Kalamazoo Art Hop, Friday Feb. 6. Each stop is open 5-8 p.m. and is free and open to the public. STRANGER LAND Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership […]

Alumna Novelist Nominated for Award

Alumna Novelist Nominated for Award Kalamazoo College alumna Morowa Yejidé ’92 is a nominee for a 2015 NAACP Image Award to be awarded Friday, February 6, in Los Angeles. She is nominated in the category of Outstanding Literary Debut Work for her first novel Time […]

Directors Debut

Alumna Archivist and Prominent Citizen Help Tell the Story of Kalamazoo Liberal arts in theatre arts means a chance for multiple roles—as in actor, crew member, and director. Kalamazoo College’s Senior Performance Series provides senior students a chance to do the latter. This winter’s SPS features The Gas Heart, directed by […]

Sunday Concert

Sunday Concert Soprano Katelin Spencer will do a concert at Kalamazoo College on Sunday, January 25. The Brighton (Mich.) native received her bachelor’s degree in voice performance from the University of Michigan and her master’s degree in opera performance and literature from […]

K on the Art Hop this Friday, Nov. 7

K on the Art Hop this Friday, Nov. 7 Even if you don’t know much about art, there will be plenty to like this Friday, Nov. 7, 5-8 p.m., when K students, faculty, and the campus itself participate in the monthly Art Hop in downtown Kalamazoo. “John Gould’s Glories” […]

“Wherefore art thou …?”

"Wherefore art thou ...?" Things are not always what they seem–and names (“What’s in a name?”) do not fully define identity. Festival Playhouse of Kalamazoo College opens its 51st season with a classic, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and with more, or less, historical accuracy […]

Breaking down and crossing borders at “Art & Borders” performance

Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership For a moment, it was hard to distinguish reality from performance. Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Michèle Ceballos Michot walk through a door in a wall of windows and onto a concrete porch at the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership. Gómez-Peña lights […]

Wild Ride

Roller coaster 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 […]

Dense, Disconcerting Bite

Kalamazoo College Professor Di Seuss 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 […]