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Videos from K Athletes Help Schools Stay Active

Hannah Wolfe and Larkin O'Gorman help students stay active Kalamazoo College student-athletes have donated their time during the pandemic by creating a website that gives Kalamazoo Public Schools (KPS) students a chance to stay active through online videos. Larkin O’Gorman ’22, the community service director for K’s Student Athletic […]

CCPD Internships Ease Study Abroad’s Pause

Stella Young, a junior political science major, was just one of the Kalamazoo College students who had planned to study abroad during the 2020-21 academic year. When the pandemic threw a wrench into those plans, she was disappointed. “Study abroad […]

Keynote Highlights K’s Virtual Plans for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day keynote speaker Dr. D-L Stewart A renowned professor, author, scholar, activist, TED Talk speaker and Kalamazoo College alumnus will help K celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a virtual event at 11 a.m. on Monday, January 18. Colorado State University School of Education Professor Dr. D-L Stewart ’95 focuses on empowering and imagining futures that sustain and cultivate […]

Environmental Internships Fill in for Study Abroad

Environmental Internships Without study abroad available this year, Kalamazoo College faculty and staff got creative and developed a series of internships for 20 juniors who otherwise would’ve spent a term overseas, giving them experience through campus partners such as the Center for […]

Small Businesses Needed Help, K Students Responded

Small Businesses With small businesses struggling in 2020, some Kalamazoo College business students accepted a call to build ideas that could help entrepreneurs locally and beyond. L. Lee Stryker Associate Professor of Business Management Amy MacMillan challenged her Principles of Marketing class […]

Your Clicks Showed These Were K’s Top Stories in 2020

Distance Learning for Top Stories Kalamazoo College students, faculty, staff and alumni made 2020 a little brighter with their accomplishments throughout the year. The College’s 10 most-clicked feature stories recognized those who championed our community and exhibited a dedication to learning, teaching, health and perseverance […]

Fall 2020 Dean’s List

Fall 2020 Dean's List Congratulations to the following Kalamazoo College students, who achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better for a full-time course load of at least three units, without failing or withdrawing from any course, during the fall 2020 academic term. […]

Happy Holidays from Kalamazoo College

Holiday Card Dear Friends, The holidays are often a time of gratitude and reflection, and this holiday season is no exception. The collective efforts of our faculty, staff, students, families, alumni and friends to support our student body and the institution through […]

International Internships Offer Global Work in Study Abroad’s Absence

Three students who had International Internships standing in front of the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership When study abroad stayed on pause this fall, Kalamazoo College faculty and staff got creative. In a short period of time, they developed positive, educational experiences for many of the juniors who expected to spend time in another country, showing […]

Festival Playhouse Production Addresses Institutional Racism

Festival Playhouse Production Poster for K A Festival Playhouse production written over the past two years by Kalamazoo College students is challenging administrators and faculty to better fight institutional racism, and students to consider their own biases. In the play, simply titled K, Aija Turner ’23 […]