"The Conviction of Lady Lorraine," a free play this weekend, is set in Memphis near the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
A performance duo with more than 20 years of storytelling experience will provide a livestream presentation to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Make plans to attend three theatre events at K, including two one-person productions and a satirical vignette about Black cultural issues.
As a strategic communications intern, Thomas Lichtenberg backed the Bazelon Center’s efforts by planning and drafting social media posts and strategies.
K students and faculty enjoyed a return to in-person instruction in 2021, giving us a chance to spotlight our academic excellence in our top stories.
David Kent ’22 worked at Shared Hope International, an organization that seeks to prevent sex trafficking as it comforts and brings justice to victims.
Kalamazoo College has named Lisa VanDeWeert as the institution’s next vice president for business and finance and chief financial officer (CFO).
Assistant Professor of Religion Sohini Pillai will represent Kalamazoo College on Sunday in a YouTube lecture titled “The Multiplicity of the Mahabharata Tradition” that she will present through Karwaan: The Heritage Exploration Initiative.
The United Nations can count on a Kalamazoo College student group and its networks to embody the spirit of Human Rights Day on any day of the year.
True to the liberal arts education he had at K, retiring CIO Greg Diment ’84 is more multifaceted than someone who just fills a role as a technology guru.