NBC News Journalist, Producer to Visit K
Dan Slepian, an award-winning NBC News journalist and veteran producer of Dateline, will be the featured speaker at K’s Flesche Lecture on May 11.
Princeton Review Names K a Best Value College for 2023
The Princeton Review has named K a Best Value College for 2023 and ranked it No. 16 nationally among the Top 20 Private Colleges for Making an Impact.
A Bippy on Their Radar Helps Scientists Find K Students
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Daniela Arias-Rotondo, known as Dr. DAR with her lab students called DARlings, uses Bippy as her lab’s mascot.
K Student Builds Notable Voice in Sustainability
Kalamazoo officials are taking note of a student’s Senior Integrated Project, which quickly has made her a recognizable local voice in sustainability.
Three Receive Awards at Founders Day
Professor of Chemistry Jeff Bartz is this year’s recipient of the Lux Esto Award of Excellence. The award was announced during Founders Day festivities.
K Receives Voter Friendly Campus Recognition
Kalamazoo College has been certified as a Voter Friendly Campus with the national Campus Vote Project thanks to organizing efforts led by the CCE.
Playhouse’s 60th Season to Spotlight Alum’s Broadway Musical
The Playhouse will mark its 60th season by staging a Broadway musical by Joe Tracz ’04 among its three productions before hosting Farmers Alley Theatre.
Classics Lecture Slated for Thursday
Kalamazoo College’s Department of Classics will host the co-director of a digital archaeology project for a classics lecture at 4:30 p.m. this Thursday.
Poetry Month, K Alumna Build Optimism, Faith in Virginia
National Poetry Month honors people such as Dani Badra ’08, the poet laureate of Fairfax, Virginia, who nurtures optimism through the written word.
Natatorium Earns LEED Certification
Kalamazoo College and TowerPinkster are celebrating that their combined efforts have led to LEED certification status for the College’s natatorium.
K Students Help Woodward Elementary Children Study German
Introductory German students are testing their new language skills by volunteering at Woodward Elementary School through the Center for Civic Engagement.
K Alumna’s First Libretto Wins Prestigious Opera Prize
Ginger Strand ’87 has been awarded the 2023 Charles Ives Opera Prize, along with composer Laura Schwendinger, for their 2019 opera, “Artemisia.”