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Athletics Return as Hornets Accept Pandemic’s Challenges

Rachel Madar_FB Roommates Leah Tardiff ’21 and Rachel Madar ’21 felt they lost something important when their Kalamazoo College women’s lacrosse season was cut short last spring by COVID-19. “We identify with being an athlete at K, so having that […]

Two Faculty Members Earn Tenure

Kalamazoo College faculty members Santiago Salinas and Dwight Williams, from the biology and chemistry departments respectively, have been awarded tenure, recognizing their excellence in teaching, scholarship and service to the College. The honor signifies the College’s confidence in […]

Newman Fellowship Empowers K Student to Build Civic-Leadership Skills

Newman Civic Fellow Emily Cheng_fb Emily Cheng ’23 is continuing to develop her standout civic-leadership skills through Kalamazoo College by accepting a place in the 2021-22 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows. The fellowship is offered through Campus Compact, a Boston-based nonprofit organization that […]

Alumni Want to Help Students Network, Launch Careers

K to the Pacific Northwest image advertises careers event A group of Kalamazoo College alumni is calling upon itself to help students overcome pandemic-prompted challenges so they can build their networks and launch their careers. “One of the beautiful aspects of K is that we have such […]

K Student Builds Black History Month Seminar

Black History Month Seminar Creator Destiny Hutcherson A Kalamazoo College student has developed a partnership with peers at Albion and Hope colleges to create a four-part series of Black History Month events which will run February 26 through March 1 titled “Reality is Wrong, Dreams […]

When You See Green in March, Think of Green Dot

Student places a green Dot over a red dot at Hicks Student Center When you see green this March, the Kalamazoo College Council of Student Representatives (KCCSR) hopes you’ll think of something other than St. Patrick’s Day. Representatives instead want you to think of Green Dot, a comprehensive safety plan funded […]

You Can Point The Compass in the Right Direction

Promotional image for The Compass If you’ve ever wanted to choose a character’s fate when you’re watching a play, Kalamazoo College’s Festival Playhouse has a production coming this week you’ll want to see. Originally devised and produced at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, The […]

Armstrong Lecture Spotlights Pakistani Entertainer

Armstrong Lecture Poster of Speaker and Entertainer_fb A global expert in contemporary Islam will speak at a Kalamazoo College Religion Department virtual event about a prolific figure in Pakistani music whose voice empowered queer identities. Amanullah De Sondy, a senior lecturer at University College Cork […]

K Among Top Producers of Fulbright Recipients

Fulbright Recipient Honors Logo The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announced Monday that Kalamazoo College is among the top producers of Fulbright recipients among colleges and universities for the 2020-21 academic year. Six K representatives out of […]