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Emeriti Trustees Establish New Scholarship with $5 Million Gift

Brown Scholarship Endowment_fb A generous $5 million commitment to Kalamazoo College from emeriti trustees Rosemary and John Brown will create an endowed scholarship fund to help provide access to talented students of all socioeconomic backgrounds. The Browns are active philanthropists, particularly […]

Conductors Fight Social Injustice with ‘Awake, Arise!’

Awake, Arise production fights injustice Based on a tune originally written during the plague, “Awake, Arise!” revitalizes a 500-year-old melody with the words of Black authors, activists and artists who breathe new life into the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The result is […]

Senior Week Readies Graduates-to-Be for Jobs

Senior Week_fb When Kalamazoo College students talk about what they need from their education and career preparedness, they can bet the Center for Career and Professional Development is listening. The CCPD staff proved that this spring when seniors spoke publicly […]

K a ‘Best Value’ in Higher Education

Princeton Review Best Value Colleges 2021 Kalamazoo College provides one of the most outstanding returns on investment in higher education, according to the Princeton Review. The education-services company profiles and recommends K in the 2021 edition of The Best Value Colleges, its annual guide […]

Founders Day Honors Three, Marks College’s 188th Year

Lux Esto Recipient Kiran Cunningham_fb Professor of Anthropology Kiran Cunningham ’83 is this year’s recipient of the Lux Esto Award of Excellence. The award, announced Friday to celebrate Founders Day, marking the College’s 188th year, recognizes an employee who has served the institution […]

Denim Day Supports Sexual Assault, Violence Survivors

The Kalamazoo College community is invited to participate—in person, virtually and through social media—in a variety of events for National Denim Day on Wednesday, April 28, a day that supports survivors of sexual assault and sexual violence. Patricia […]

Alumnus Earns NEA Fellowship Through Poetry

Aaron Coleman Poetry Fellowship_fb The list of 35 professionals receiving a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Creative Writing Fellowship this year has a distinct Kalamazoo College flavor. In addition to Department of English Assistant Professor Oliver Baez Bendorf, poet and K […]

Professor Joins Other Religion Scholars to Extol Research

Alyssa Maldonado-Estrada religion scholars Sacred Writes When religion scholars share information about their research outside their academies, they help the general public understand matters of the sacred and the importance of religion and religious diversity in contemporary life. Enter Kalamazoo College Assistant Professor Alyssa […]

K Professor’s Book Earns High Rankings Abroad

cMUMMA-Lucasse-Award-Peter-Erdi-lo-9301_fb If we compiled a list that ranks the coolest things Kalamazoo College faculty members have achieved as authors, Péter Érdi’s latest accomplishment would be on it. Érdi, the Henry R. Luce Professor of Complex Systems Studies, wrote the […]