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Woodworth Field Baseball Diamond Sparkles for Donor’s Children

Woodworth Field Baseball Diamond Sparkles for Donor’s Children In 1955, Kalamazoo businessman and sports fan Thomas Woodworth purchased uniforms for the Kalamazoo College baseball team. That spring, the Hornets responded by finishing second in the MIAA conference. Woodworth then gave funds for a new baseball field at K, […]

Company Co-Founders Award Achievement in Business Education at K

Olivia Cares ’16 and Christopher Monsour ’16 Congratulations to the inaugural winners of prizes awarded to two graduating Kalamazoo College seniors majoring in business based on achievement of select criteria established by the Rhoa family and administered by the faculty of K’s Department of Economics and Business. […]

Alumnus Awarded Medical Fellowship

Portrait of Philip Bystrom Philip Bystrom ’13 is one of only 18 students to receive the Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellowship, a very competitive and prestigious award usually given to medical students who have completed their third or fourth years. Phillip is in […]

Ready, Set, GOLF!

Golf ball on tee Once a year Kalamazoo College alumni are invited to join other alums, K athletes, coaches and staff for a day of swinging clubs to benefit the Hornet Athletic Association. This year’s golf jamboree is set for Monday, June 27, at […]

Distant Mirror

Smallpox Study: Distant Mirror Like its century-in-the-future counterpart, the class of ’16 (1916!) faced its share of campus crises scattered among the quotidian rhythm of challenge, disorientation, hard work, fun and growth. You can discover these similarities (and differences) from a display created by […]

STORIES Wins at North by Midwest

STORIES Wins at North by Midwest EDITOR’S NOTE (May 24): “The Stories They Tell” won the Kalamazoo Film Society’s “Palm d’Mitten” Award for best local film. And the documentary won second place for best feature film at this weekend’s NxMW Film Festival in Kalamazoo! Pictured (below) […]

Blind Date

Kalamazoo College Professor Di Seuss DI SEUSS NAMED one of two finalists for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry! A first in the history of Kalamazoo College to have one of her own so honored. Di is an alumna (class of 1978) and Di is […]

Sweet Music in North Georgia

Portrait of Calvert Johnson If you happen to be in the Atlanta area this weekend you might want to make your way to Jasper, where the Episcopal Church of the Holy Family presents internationally acclaimed organist Calvert Johnson ’71 in an organ concert of […]

Diamonds in the Rough

Snapshot from Diamonds in the Rough presentation Tom Higgins ’92 returned to his alma mater in early April as part of a visit coordinated by the Kalamazoo Section of the American Chemical Society. Higgins talked about “How Undergraduate Research Experiences Can Change Students’ Lives.” He should know.  […]

War Crimes Trial Anniversary Occasion for Human Rights Workshop

War Crimes Trial Anniversary Occasion for Human Rights Workshop A workshop on human rights (April 14-16) at Kalamazoo College will offer the opportunity for some of the world’s leading scholars to discuss their work among themselves and an audience that includes students, faculty and the general public. The workshop […]