January 2012
IT'S BIG
The biggest grant in the College's history will help "K" graduates change the world.
HAVE PALATE; WILL TRAVEL
Peripatetic foodie finds fare best when your own sweat's in it.
CIRQUE DU COLLEEN
Start with an invitation to play, add an externship and SIP, and you have a liberal arts recipe for a life's passion.
THE GOOD WOMAN OF ERLANGEN
Ursula Leonhardt, retired director of the College's foreign study program in Erlangen, showed that the transformative power of studying abroad is fundamentally a matter of human relationships.
SWIM FAM
Swim coach is returning Hornets to pool prominence.
SNOW TEARS
Japanese writer Sokichi Nagai attended Kalamazoo College in the early 1900s, and you can spot "K" in two of his stories.
GUILDS GET RESULTS!
Join the growth in student-alumni interaction through the Guilds of Kalamazoo College.
SCIENCE-AND-TENNIS BRIDGE
The Soukup-Dombos connection is reinforced with family, tennis, science, and Kalamazoo College.
FOUR C's OF LIBERAL ARTS
A 1983 speech by retired professor of economics Phil Thomas suggests the value of a liberal arts education today.
COMMUNITY BUILDER
Dana Bourland '94 works to combine sustainability and affordability in community housing.
"K" AWAY
Travel opportunities with Professor of Anthropology Kiran Cunningham (Sierra Leone) and Senior Instructor in Classics Anne Haeckl (Italy).
GREAT LINKS
Keep the "K" network strong with these two free tools.