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What’s Love Got To Do With It?

students practicing a song in the chapel “What’s Love got to do with it? Anti-Racist Activism in the Creation of Beloved Communities” was the topic of the Winter Quarter Week Four (Feb. 1) Community Reflection in Stetson Chapel, co-sponsored by the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership … Continue reading

Reflection, Motor, B-Ball

Two public events of note on the Kalamazoo College campus Friday Jan. 11. And one on Saturday. “Everyone Has a Steak In It: Implications of How We Eat at K.” The Winter Quarter Week One Community Reflections is co-sponsored by K’s Mary Jane … Continue reading

Hornets Join Broncos in Hurricane Cleanup

K cross country runner Brock Crystal ’15 (l) and WMU football player Nick Norton (r) Brock Crystal’s ’15 decision to attend the weekly athlete bible study at Kalamazoo College led him on an adventure in giving and gratitude he says he’ll never forget. Crystal, a member of the K Men’s Cross Country team, heard about … Continue reading

Hornet’s Olympics

Chris Manning ’12 finished 88th out of 139 swimmers with a time of 1:04.73 in the 100m Breaststroke at the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Neb. on Monday, June 25. Manning moved up nine spots, but did not qualify for the the … Continue reading

Basketball Coach Will Move to Oregon

Rob Passage Rob Passage ’93, Kalamazoo College’s head men’s basketball coach since 2002-03, announced this week that he is leaving to become the athletic facilities and operations manager at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. “We are extremely grateful to Rob for his hard work, … Continue reading

College Rezoning Approved

Erran Briggs '14 speaks about stadium improvements. By Suzanne Curtiss ’14 After three-and-half hours and 48 college and neighborhood speakers, the Kalamazoo City Commission approved an amended version of Kalamazoo College’s Institutional Campus (IC) rezoning application at its Monday, June 18, meeting in the City Commission chambers. … Continue reading

Professor Baker Named to Athletic Hall of Fame

Ed Baker, former Kalamazoo College football coach and physical education professor, has been named to the Athletic Hall of Fame at Haverford High School in Havertown, Pennsylvania, west of Philadelphia. He was athletic director at Haverford from 1959 to 1967 … Continue reading

Student Researches American Volley Ball Coaches Association

Colleen Leonard ’12 examines results from the first-ever salary survey conducted by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) in the February/March 2012 issue of Coaching Volleyball, an AVCA publication. She drew valuable conclusions from coaches at all levels of NCAA competition for … Continue reading