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National Honors Are Music to Math Professor’s Ears

Mathematics Professor Eric Barth Conducts Kalamazoo Kids in Tune National Honors Two national honors, thanks in part to Kalamazoo College mathematics professor Eric Barth, are providing a local children’s music program with recognition and funds for expansion. Barth has served as the curriculum director and conductor of Kalamazoo Kids in Tune … Continue reading

Students Welcome to Audition for ‘Fun Home’

Senior Performance Series Students are welcome to try out for “Fun Home,” a Tony-award winning musical that will be the first Festival Playhouse production of the year. Auditions are scheduled for 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, and Wednesday, Sept. 13. Callbacks … Continue reading

K President Signs GLCA Statement Regarding DACA

Stetson Chapel in the Fall Kalamazoo College President Jorge G. Gonzalez has joined 10 other Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) presidents in a joint statement titled “Pathways for Childhood Arrivals” regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced … Continue reading

Kalamazoo’s 3 College Presidents Address DACA

Kalamazoo College President Jorge G. Gonalez Discusses DACA A message about DACA developments from the presidents of Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Western Michigan University. To our campus communities: Our hearts go out to all DACA students, and we stand committed to the idea that their … Continue reading

Convocation Launches New Academic Year

Convocation International Flag Ceremony at Kalamazoo College UPDATE: A chance of rain is pushing Convocation indoors this afternoon, Sept. 6. Join us in the gymnasium at Anderson Athletics Center. Kalamazoo College will begin the 2017-18 academic year at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, with its annual Convocation … Continue reading

Learn the Ropes of Change Ringing at K

Chapel Bell Change Ringing at Stetson Chapel Michiganders’ lone opportunity to participate in an international event and learn the ropes of change ringing will be at Kalamazoo College. K will welcome the public into Stetson Chapel to see a demonstration of English change ringing on tower and … Continue reading

Initial Wait Leads K Student to Boren Scholarship

Boren Scholarship Winner Kimberly Yang “Pleasant surprise” and “final exams” rarely are uttered in the same breath even at Kalamazoo College. Yet Kimberly Yang ’19, of Grand Rapids, Mich., received welcome news around finals time this past spring. Yang first was placed on a waiting … Continue reading

Kalamazoo Named Among Top College Towns

Kalamazoo College Hicks Center If you need another reason to apply to Kalamazoo College this year, try its city on for size. The American Institute for Economic Research has ranked Kalamazoo 20th among small metropolitan areas on its list of top college towns in … Continue reading