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K Tour Guides Offer 4 Tips for College Visits

Leah Todd Several Kalamazoo College students with local ties are helping prospective students and their families learn about the school, the campus and the city this summer through the Admission Center. Madelyn Betts ’19, Leah Todd ’20 and Faruq Schieber ’20—all of […]

K Named a Best Buy in Fiske Guide to Colleges

Logo says 2019 Best Buy School Fiske Guide to Colleges Kalamazoo College is among 20 colleges and universities nationwide to be named a Best Buy School in the just-published 2019 edition of the highly respected Fiske Guide to Colleges. Fiske says it based the ratings on “outstanding educational value as […]

K Athlete Flexes Liberal Arts Muscle in NBA Internship

Amanda Moss Attending NBA Draft through her NBA Internship For Amanda Moss ’19, the route to her prestigious internship this summer at National Basketball Association (NBA) headquarters in New York City began, improbably, with getting kicked out of a gym. She says that while she was a basketball player […]

Fulbright Allows Student to Retrace Her Heritage in Lithuania

Katie Johnson Fulbright Lithuania Imagine an opportunity to travel abroad, retrace your heritage, teach English in a foreign country, greet family you’ve never known and promote international understanding between cultures. Katie Johnson ’18 will have that opportunity through a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant […]

Thailand Institute Honors Late Associate Provost

Joe Brockington Thailand Library The International Sustainable Development Studies Institute (ISDSI) in Thailand, a study abroad site for Kalamazoo College students, has named its newly finished library after late K Associate Provost and Center for International Programs Director Joe Brockington.   Brockington’s wife, Cathy, […]

Crystal One of K’s Bumper Crop of Fulbright Students

Dejah Crystal one of K's Fulbright Scholars in the classroom Kalamazoo College has been recognized as a top producer of Fulbright students for the 2017-2018 academic year — among them Dejah Crystal ’17. Here’s a closer look at Crystal, the work she’s doing in the Fulbright program and the role […]