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Summer internship experiences “simply amazing” for this Kalamazoo College student

Skylar Young ’15 with Fabri-Kal Marketing Manager Emily Ewing in Washington, D.C. Skylar Young ’15 is a policy intern working a summer internship in Washington, D.C. with Chris Adamo ’99, staff director for the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Forestry & Nutrition. Sklylar’s internship was arranged through K’s Center for Career … Continue reading

Dean’s List Spring 2014

Congratulations to the following Kalamazoo College students, who achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better for a full-time course load of at least three units, without failing or withdrawing from any course, during the Spring 2014 academic term. … Continue reading

Kalamazoo College students launch Versapp app with help from an alumnus

Versapp Will and Giancarlo Users of a new social media application developed by two K juniors no longer have to worry about not having a second chance to make a first impression with its concept of anonymous interaction. Versapp, a social media application combining … Continue reading

A Pipeline to Talent: An Update with some Monroe-Brown Interns

onroeBrownThumb Recent Kalamazoo College graduates sometimes assume there are no opportunities in Kalamazoo for job growth, and so they move to bigger cities. This perception is often a misconception, and to help set the record straight, Joan Hawxhurst, director of the … Continue reading

Kalamazoo College Selects Mia Henry as Executive Director for Its Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership

Mia Henry named executive director for Kalamazoo College''s Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership. (KALAMAZOO, Mich.) July 14, 2014 – After a national search, Kalamazoo College has named Mia Henry as executive director of its Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership. She will begin her duties in Kalamazoo on August 11. Since 1998, Henry … Continue reading
 

Students at Kalamazoo College are members not only of an academic community of teachers, learners, and scholars, but also of a large social community of friends and colleagues. At the heart of campus life is the concept of residential living that provides a vital contribution to the full education and development of students. Many of the faculty and staff attend events and activities with students. From the shared experiences of living, learning, and working together, a feeling of true community arises. This community of students, faculty, administrators, staff, and friends of the College is able to celebrate joyous occasions or to offer comfort in times of need.