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WE Instead of THEY

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Joe Brockington, Ph.D., associate provost for international programs at Kalamazoo College, died on August 10, 2015. In addition to his post in the Center for International Programs, Brockington also served as professor of German language and literature. [NOTE: The memorial … Continue reading

I Can Garden and You Can Too!

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Turns out I can weed a garden just as well as the next person! Who would have thought! Jolly Garden is located at 1324 Academy Street and needs volunteers just like you! The College offers garden classes in the fall … Continue reading

Coming to the ’Zoo? Lucky You!

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That’s the theme of a recent (June 25) Washington Post article (“You’re going where? Kalamazoo is tired of your Creedence Clearwater jokes“) by freelance writer Maya Kroth. It’s a fun read, worth a slow pace all the way to the … Continue reading

Hornets and Bears, Oh My!

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Kalamazoo College poet (and professor emeritus of English) Conrad Hilberry once wrote a poem about kids playing sandlot baseball, noting that, after a hit, the run from home to (hopefully) home again was counterclockwise—in other words: against time, a circle-sprint … Continue reading

Exposure Pathways

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Associate Professor of Art Sarah Lindley was interviewed by WMUK about her installation “Exposure Pathways.” Sarah is the creator of one part of a three-part art installation taking place in the former Plainwell Paper Mill. “Exposure Pathways” appears with “After … Continue reading

Commencement Start Time Delay

COMMENCEMENT TIME CHANGE! Due to weather considerations, the start of Kalamazoo College’s 2015 commencement ceremony has been postponed to 2:15 p.m. The location remains THE QUAD. Seniors should report to Stetson Chapel at 1:30 p.m. for set-up and processional line-up. … Continue reading

Bridging Borders

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If you are walking through the Hicks Center or across the Quad on a sunny weekday afternoon, you may run into senior Rosie Tobin with groups of campus visitors. These visitors are not prospective students, and Tobin is not a … Continue reading