'Unzipped,' a play written by theatre major Rebecca Chan '22, unveils the struggles and realizations behind her personal racial-discovery process.
German Studies Co-Chair Kathryn Sederberg will be honored in a virtual ceremony November 20 by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG).
Nionni Permelia worked for Zoo City Farm and Food Network, a nonprofit organization that designs food-industry ecosystems that are beneficial to all.
Kalamazoo College has launched the public phase of its comprehensive Brighter Light Campaign with a goal of raising $150 million to back its strategic plan.
Uyen Trinh ’21 gained global career experience while working as an accountant in the Finance Department of Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) in Tokyo.
Kalamazoo College is ready to make a splash with student-athletes and the community thanks to the completion of its new $18 million natatorium.
We sat down with Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Students J. Malcolm Smith to talk about his background and goals for student development at K.
Kalamazoo College is pleased to welcome the following faculty members to campus this fall.
Many of last year's juniors maintained hope that they could study abroad as seniors at Kalamazoo College. That hope has paid off for about 50 of them.
September is National Honey Month, which prompted us to ask Kalamazoo College entomology students about the significance of honey and honey bees.