An actor fresh off his role as Magic Johnson in an HBO series and an up-and-coming producer returned to campus to screen their new film, “Grassland.”
In high school, Darsalam Amir ’24 considered creating a fragrance business based on her family’s heritage. At K, she got the support she needed to do it.
On National Philanthropy Day, there’s plenty of room to recognize our own engaged Kalamazoo College communities such as the class of 1973.
Actor Quincy Isaiah ’17 and producer Adam Edery ’19 will present and discuss “Grassland,” a social justice drama about marijuana incarceration rates.
Kalamazoo College’s International Percussion ensemble will conclude the music department’s fall season of concerts at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Dalton Theatre.
The Department of Economics and Business will host an event with BIGGBY Coffee Co-Founder and Co-CEO Mike McFall ’93 on November 14 in the Olmsted Room.
“Playhouse Creatures” examines five of the most famous actresses of the English stage to provide a moving and often comic account of the trailblazers.