For Class Agent Kira Dow Castle ’09 one of the great outcomes of a K liberal arts education is thriving in the uncertainty of life’s spiral journey.
Class Agent David Clowers ’64 credits K for his liberal arts life: professor of English, attorney, poet, and creative writing teacher for a retirement community.
From metro cards to class agent to Alumni Association Executive Board member—it’s all about family for West Nelson ’81.
A foreign study experience in France contributed, years later, to one of the largest and most successful health programs in Africa. Bruce Benton ʼ64
An appreciation of an administrator, Provost Mickey McDonald, and his willingness to “be there” and precipitate change. Cooper Wilson ʼ11.
Jen Feuerstein ʼ93 fondly recalls two embarrassing moments in the cafeteria.
A studentʼs doubts about K are devoured by THE BEAR. Jim VanSweden ʼ73.
Jothy Rosenberg ʼ78 recalls the “clean start” of K, a matter of dancing, math, and the extraordinary devotion of Professor T.J. Smith.
Travis Smith ʼ10 describes his life-changing experience in the Collegeʼs Center for Civic Engagement.
Susan Larson ’63 guides the listener through Bowen Hall, basement to theatre aerie (and the incomparable Nelda Balch).