Jacqueline Mills ’18 has an inspiring story of how a liberal arts education is benefiting her life as her devotion to classical music continues to grow.
A Community Building Internship through the Center for Civic Engagement helped Anna Canales ’23 serve her community and find a potential future path.
A Kalamazoo College alumna will be the guest of honor in a reception highlighting her recent exhibit, COVID Purse Diary, at the Light Fine Arts Gallery.
Just when it seemed Julia Bienstock ’22 had missed her last chance to study abroad, she was named a selectee for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
A generous $1 million gift from Geoffrey N. Fieger and Kathleen J. Fieger will support K’s current and future students and further its strategic plan.
August 26 may be the officially designated day, but every day is International Dog Day for K faculty member Sohini Pillai and her Yorkshire terrier, Leia.
K is gaining global repute among some of the top institutions in higher education with Money magazine’s recent lists of the best colleges of 2022.
Lila Lazarus ’84, an award-winning journalist, producer and motivational speaker, will be the keynote speaker for Kalamazoo College’s Convocation.