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College Celebrates Honors Day

Kalamazoo College Honors Day Convocation, held in Stetson Chapel on October 28, 2016.  President Jorge Gonzalez enjoys solo by student Lauren Landman, who sings "Yes, My Heart" (from musical Carnival).  Sophomore Qynce Chumley takes photo of her mother Alanna Downing, as parents were honored for their support.  After ceremony, Qynce Chumley poses with her father Eric Chumley, as mother Alanna Downing snaps photo.  Copyright Anthony Dugal   For Kalamazoo College use.  PhoTony@aol.com   (269) 349-6428 Kalamazoo College Family Weekend served as backdrop for the College’s annual Honors Day convocation. More than 250 students were recognized for excellence in academics and leadership in six divisions: Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, Humanities, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Social Sciences … Continue reading

Leaders off to Leadership Conference

tugov Malak Ghazal ’19 (left), Ian Freshwater ’19 and Jazzilyn Dubois ’17 are pictured on the plane en route to attend the annual Student Government Institute hosted by the National Association for Campus Activities.  This year’s conference will be held at … Continue reading

Exceptional Leaders Feted

Senior Leadership Award winners, 2016. Kalamazoo College honored 32 soon-to-graduate students with its prestigious Senior Leadership Recognition Award. During the course of the last four years these individuals have distinguished themselves as athletes, student workers, admission volunteers, resident assistants, civic engagement scholars, social justice advocates, … Continue reading

Expanding Circles

larkThumb Senior tennis player Katie Clark ’16 would be lying if she said she wasn’t nervous or scared when she decided to jump ship from Fairfax, Va., after high school and attend Kalamazoo College. But before she left, a close family … Continue reading

Kalamazoo College Senior Leaders

eniorLeadThumb This year’s senior leadership award winners are characterized by their service to communities and people and their ability to encourage the development of leadership in others. Thirty-five seniors were selected from more than 60 applicants, and both of those numbers … Continue reading

A “Big World” K Story

huckHolmesThumb Conventional wisdom holds that it’s a small world, but really it’s a big world with a lot of K in it. “A young woman came by my office to introduce herself,” wrote Charles Holmes ’93, M.D., M.P.H., the director and … Continue reading