Kalamazoo College Unveils Winter 2023 Dean’s List
Congratulations to the Kalamazoo College students who reached the Dean’s List in the term of winter 2023.
K Student Named Best Judge at Model UN Conference
Thomas Lichtenberg ’23 was recently honored as Best Judge for his work with the International Court of Justice at the North American Model UN conference.
Gilmore Slates Concerts at Stetson Chapel
The Gilmore is scheduling two concerts on campus at Stetson Chapel and the Kalamazoo College community is invited to attend both at a discount.
K’s Day of Gracious Giving is May 17
Kalamazoo College is hosting its Day of Gracious Giving on Wednesday, May 17. The annual giving day is the biggest fundraising day of the year for K.
K Welcomes Rakugo Comedian, Storyteller Katsura Sunshine
Katsura Sunshine is a master of rakugo, a 400-year-old Japanese art of comedy and storytelling. He will perform in a free show at 7 p.m. April 20.
Prison Concert a ‘Quintessential Experience’ for College Singers
A recent concert at a prison in Ionia, Michigan, provided a first-of-its-kind performance venue for K’s College Singers and Director Chris Ludwa.
Payne Fellowship Sets Up K Alumna for Foreign Service Work
A K alumna will receive a prestigious Payne Fellowship, which helps people follow a path toward work in the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Walking Alone, Gathering Together: Solitude and Community on the Camino de Santiago
Fiona O’Rielly ’23 set out on a 500-mile hike across Spain along the ancient Camino de Santiago, forming the basis for her Senior Integrated Project.
Restorative Justice Lessons Lead to Job Skills
Steph Guyor ’22 loved learning about restorative justice at K because her work allowed her to see justice differently. Now, restorative justice is her job.
A Practice in Gratitude: Scholarship Honors Late Professor Emeritus T. Jefferson Smith
Professor Emeritus T. Jefferson Smith was admired by K students and colleagues alike. His life and legacy are being honored with a memorial scholarship.
Red Cross Club Delivers the Life Blood of K Drives
K’s Red Cross Club, led by Abby Barnum ’23, has earned a Premier Blood Partners Program award from the American Red Cross for its blood-drive success.
Three Faculty Members Earn Promotion, Tenure
Three faculty members from the music, German studies and French studies departments have been awarded tenure and a promotion to associate professor.