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Forbes Honors K Alumnus Rothstein in 30 Under 30

Peter Rothstein, a 30 Under 30 honoree, in a black t-shirt and blue jeans Kalamazoo College alumnus Peter Rothstein ’14 is celebrating his selection in the 2019 edition of 30 Under 30, Forbes’ annual list of 600 young visionaries from 20 industries. Rothstein, originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan, is the director of operations for […]

K Named a Best Buy in Fiske Guide to Colleges

Logo says 2019 Best Buy School Fiske Guide to Colleges Kalamazoo College is among 20 colleges and universities nationwide to be named a Best Buy School in the just-published 2019 edition of the highly respected Fiske Guide to Colleges. Fiske says it based the ratings on “outstanding educational value as […]

K Athlete Flexes Liberal Arts Muscle in NBA Internship

Amanda Moss Attending NBA Draft through her NBA Internship For Amanda Moss ’19, the route to her prestigious internship this summer at National Basketball Association (NBA) headquarters in New York City began, improbably, with getting kicked out of a gym. She says that while she was a basketball player […]

Major Day a Major Event for Sophomores

Major Day Some students enter college knowing exactly what they want to do. Many don’t or change their minds at some point early in their academic careers. Kalamazoo College, with a liberal arts curriculum embodied in the K-Plan that is designed for […]

K-Plan Cultivation

Marketing Extern William Cagney ’15 and Culinary Extern Alexandra Smith ’16 standing Kalamazoo College students may not be in class during the summer, but they are busy cultivating their K-Plans, across the country and around the world, in externships and internships supported by the Center for Career and Professional Development. This summer […]

Post-Grad Public Service

“Politics and Public Service: K-Plans and Career Paths” was the theme of the Week Six (Oct. 19) Community Reflection in Stetson Chapel. Co-sponsored by the Center for Career and Professional Development and Alumni Relations, the reflection hosted a panel of […]