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Senior Performance Series Runs Through Sunday

Senior Performance Series Kalamazoo College students are continuing the tradition of directing and performing in their own thought-provoking theater productions this week through the Festival Playhouse’s Senior Performance Series. This year’s Senior Performance Series shows are: The Exception and the Rule, directed by […]

Campus Visit Opportunities Can Help You Decide on K

Prospective Students on a Campus Visit Choosing where you will spend the next four years of your life is a big decision, and a college campus visit is a great tool to help you decide. Talking to current students, eating in the cafeteria and attending a […]

Two K Student-Athletes Attend NCAA Convention

Jared Pittman and Amanda Moss at NCAA Convention Two student-athletes represented Kalamazoo College at the 2019 NCAA Convention in Orlando, Florida, earning an insider’s look at the governance and maintenance of college sports. Jared Pittman ’20 and Amanda Moss ’19 attended business sessions with hundreds of athletes, athletic […]

Declaration of Major Day a Milestone for Sophomores

Male student smiles and signs Declaration of Major Day forms There are two camps of students who come to college: those who know exactly what they want to study — or are pretty sure they know — and those who don’t. Kalamazoo College takes a different approach to helping students […]

American College Theatre Festival Honors 3 Students

American College Theatre Festival Honorees Three from a Kalamazoo College contingent of 15 who attended were recently honored with awards at the 51st annual Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival regional event in Madison, Wisconsin. During the festival, theater students from across Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, […]

Westhuizen Duo to Perform Feb. 1 at K

Westhuizen Duo An international piano duo known for playing at major festivals and venues throughout the U.S., will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1, at Dalton Theater in the Light Fine Arts Center. South Africans Pierre and Sophié Westhuizen, acclaimed as […]

Professor’s Project Promotes Pollinators, Begets Buzz

pollinators Kalamazoo College Biology Professor Ann Fraser is hoping to create some buzz with her latest project at the Lillian Anderson Arboretum. Part of her project aims to sustain more pollinators such as bees after a perceived decline in the state’s […]

Make Plans for Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events

Tasleem Jamila Martin Luther King Jr Day Kalamazoo College students, faculty and staff will take part in events Friday, Jan. 18, and Monday, Jan. 21, to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The events are open to the public unless otherwise noted. Friday 11 a.m., Community Reflection, […]

K Student Club Goes Nuts for Squirrels

Squirrels at Kalamazoo College What buries food, stares at you, drags pizza across campus and runs across tree limbs in the Quad? They’re squirrels, and a group of Kalamazoo College students dedicates time to watching them. “My housemates and I were interested in the […]

Crain’s Names K Alumna Among Notable Women in Technology

Women in Technology Honoree Amy Courter Photo Provided Crain’s Detroit Business is honoring a Kalamazoo College alumna in its 2018 list of 26 Notable Women in Technology. Amy Courter ’83 is principal of Azimuth Centers of Excellence, a leadership development and public speaking organization. Additionally, she serves as […]