More than 500 social justice advocates, scholars and leaders ranging from civil rights icons and eccentric artists to young organizers and poet laureates will be on the Kalamazoo College campus, as well as locations throughout the city, this weekend, Sept. … Continue reading
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If you reach Information Services Help Desk Administrator Russell Cooper ’89, you can expect a calm, soothing, and professional presence to assist you with your computer needs. But don’t let his grey-suit-and-conservative-sounding voice fool you, there’s some wild rides in … Continue reading →
Kalamazoo College will open for winter term classes on Wednesday, January 8. The Wednesday schedule of classes will be in effect. Some students and faculty members may not be able to reach campus by Wednesday. Everyone should provide the greatest … Continue reading →
The College will remain closed on Tuesday, January 7, 2014 due to weather conditions. We expect to reopen on Wednesday, January 8. Students are encouraged to check their e-mail frequently for any updates or assignments from their professors.
Pedestrian traffic conditions on campus are good and we anticipate opening winter quarter on Tuesday, January 7. That said, we will continue to monitor the weather, surrounding transportation conditions, and campus parking in order to make a final decision tonight … Continue reading →
Due to the weather emergency, Kalamazoo College will be closed on Monday, January 6. Only essential employees should report to campus. Dining Services will be open for students. Winter quarter will open on Tuesday, January 7, WITH TUESDAY’S CLASS SCHEDULE. … Continue reading →
Kalamazoo College has been selected to the Honor Roll of the 2013 Michigan’s Healthiest Employers program. Word of the award came to Ken Wood, the College’s wellness and fitness advisor. The awards and best practices program is presented by Crain’s … Continue reading →
What do students do at Kalamazoo College during the summer? They are certainly here—some 200 or so. Students from around the world enjoy these hot months on campus. They work as interns, they continue work-study jobs, they spruce up the … Continue reading →
Graduating seniors of the Class of 2013 completed an anonymous survey titled “First Destination.” As the name implies most of the questions look forward. But at least one looked back: “What was your most meaningful or transformative experience at K?” … Continue reading →
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 80683 led by Troop Leader Dawne Beougher, administrative assistant to the vice president of Advancement at Kalamazoo College collected more than 2,000 books for “Literacy Night” at Maple Street Magnet School in Kalamazoo.