Generous contributions from several alumni and parent donors are enhancing the offerings of the Athletic Department’s strength and conditioning program.
Kalamazoo College’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) developed Compete for a Cause last fall to support local charities and foundations.
Some adjustments have created a quantitative economics major that will provide additional academic options and future career opportunities for students.
Wayne State Assistant Professor of Urban Education and Critical Race Studies Aja Denise Reynolds will provide a lecture to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.
Kalamazoo College’s Counseling Center is adjusting its offerings with the goal of providing more equitable access and more tailored services to students.
For one week beginning Friday, KP Cinemas will be one of 25 theaters around the country to screen “He Went That Way,” a film co-produced by Hugh Broder ’77.
An association dedicated to international education named Center for International Programs Executive Director Margaret Wiedenhoeft its 2023 conference chair.
National publications continued to recognize K as an outstanding institution of higher education in 2023, leading to our top 10 stories of the year.
Kalamazoo College alumni continued to distinguish themselves locally, nationally and around the world through their personal accomplishments in 2023.
Faculty and staff are dedicated to developing the strengths of every student. Here are their top 10 stories of 2023 as determined by your clicks.
K students exemplified academic excellence and achieved amazing accomplishments around campus and around the world in our top 10 stories of 2023.
Libby McFarlen ’26 worked as a paralegal with a defense attorney in Washington, D.C., this fall during her study away experience at the Washington Center.