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Day of Gracious Giving Honors the Lasting Legacy of Mentorship

Day of Gracious Giving Card Says Celebrate Your K Mentors Kalamazoo College alumni near and far will have an opportunity to honor their K mentors—and have their gifts matched dollar for dollar—on the Day of Gracious Giving. “We are encouraging all alumni to remember those who have played […]

Teaching Fellowship Honors K’s Williams

Teaching Fellowship Grant Recipient Dwight Williams cMUMMA 0041 Think of it as a mark of teaching excellence and a sign of educational quality in which all Kalamazoo College students and faculty can take pride. The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and Course Hero, an online learning […]

Holocaust Survivor to Speak at K

Holocaust Survivor Irene Butter UPDATE: Irene Butter’s 4:30 p.m. speech is being moved to the Olmsted Room at Mandelle Hall. Irene Butter — a Holocaust survivor, author and University of Michigan professor emerita — will visit Kalamazoo College on Monday, May 13. Butter will […]

A Different Diagnosis for Akhenaten? Ask Your Mummy

Chelsea Miller Researches Akhenaten Even with modern-day royals generating headlines, Chelsea Miller ’19 would rather focus her attention on a royal who lived thousands of years ago. Miller’s research, first conducted through her junior-year seminar, is applying new theories to the legacy […]

Academy Street Winds, Jazz Band to Perform Spring Concerts

Academy Street Winds Spring Concert The Academy Street Winds will put the zoo in Kalamazoo with a spring concert titled “Animal Crackers” at 8 p.m. this Friday. It’s one of two Kalamazoo College music ensembles scheduled to perform this weekend in Dalton Theater […]

Twelfth Night Coming to Festival Playhouse

Twelfth Night dress rehearsal cMUMMA lo 0059 A Shakespearean comedy featuring a shipwreck, a love triangle and a secret identity is coming soon to Kalamazoo College. The Festival Playhouse will present Twelfth Night, known as one of Shakespeare’s liveliest comedies and a complex look at […]

K Student Selected for National Theatre Event

Rebecca Chan and Three Other Students at National Theatre Event A top-honors finish in a recent theatre regional event led Rebecca Chan ’22 to an even bigger stage in April. Chan, a theatre major from Howell, Michigan, has returned from the week-long Kennedy Center American College Theatre National […]

International Jazz Day Gives K Reason to Toot its Own Horn

International Jazz Day cMcGUIRE 2018 0007 There are days during the year when it makes sense for Kalamazoo College to toot its own horn. International Jazz Day is one of them, as the College’s Jazz Band is known for its well-attended, quality performances popular […]

Get Versed in National Poetry Month

Kayla Park National Poetry Month_2 If your knowledge of poetry is limited, April is the perfect time to expand your horizons and practice your writing. That’s because it’s National Poetry Month, and Assistant English Professor Oliver Baez Bendorf has creatively developed ways for […]

YouTube Math Pioneer, Author to Speak at K

YouTube Math Pioneer Eugenia Cheng_Twitter A YouTube math pioneer, author, pianist and scientist interviewed on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and featured in the New York Times, Wired and the Wall Street Journal will deliver two lectures on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, […]