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Social Justice, International Sports Expert to Visit K

Social Justice and International Sports Expert Richard Lapchick A world-renowned expert on social justice and its role in international sports will visit Stetson Chapel at Kalamazoo College on Monday, Nov. 4. Richard Lapchick, the endowed chair and director of the DeVos Sports Business Management Program at […]

Legacy Locker Room Honors Retired Volleyball Coach

Coach Jeanne Hess Legacy Locker Room 1 The Kalamazoo College community has stepped up to honor retired volleyball coach and professor Jeanne Hess, who influenced hundreds of lives over 35 years at K. Thanks to generous donations from more than 100 households including K alumni, […]

Professor, Author to Deliver Weber Lecture

William Weber Lecture Speaker Joe Soss 2 A professor and author known for exploring the interplay of democratic politics, societal inequalities and public policy will visit Kalamazoo College on Tuesday. Cowles Chair for the Study of Public Service Joe Soss will deliver the annual William […]

Spitfire Grill Opens Season of Women-Focused Plays

Three Performers from Spitfire Grill Can a former prison inmate one day be redeemed, have healthy relationships and feel free from the person who once attacked her? The fall Festival Playhouse production of the musical Spitfire Grill examines these issues for parolee Percy […]

Kalamazoo College Names New VP For Business and Finance

New CFO Karen Sisson Kalamazoo College has named a new vice president to lead the business and finance areas for the liberal arts institution. Karen Sisson, former vice president and treasurer of Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. will begin her new role […]

Inspiration Adds ‘Spark’ to College Singers Concerts

College Singers Concerts 2_Facebook From the Chicago area to Kalamazoo, music lovers will have a chance to see a Kalamazoo College vocal group in two public concerts coming soon. The College Singers—a 28-voice mixed soprano, alto, tenor and bass choir representing music […]

Pianist Slates Free Concert at K

Pianist Sookkyung Cho A Korean-born professional pianist noted for her career appearances at venues such as Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and the Chicago Cultural Center will perform in a free concert at Kalamazoo […]

Homecoming 2019 Begins Oct. 18

Homecoming 2018 lo 0464_Facebook Kalamazoo College will welcome back alumni, families and friends for a fun-filled weekend as we celebrate Homecoming 2019 on Oct. 18-20. Events begin at dawn Friday when alumni are invited to begin taking self-guided tours of the Lillian […]

Change Ringing Award Honors K Alumnus, Student

Change Ringing Award Recipient Ian McKnight One Kalamazoo College alumnus and one student have ensured K’s reputation as a home for change ringing will continue by earning a national award named after a former K professor. Ian McKnight ’19 and Sam Ratliff ’21 are […]