May 2012
RETROFITS
Have caulk gun, and will travel throughout the city of Detroit: Alumnus Jacob Corvidae's green missions.
LOOK-SEE LINK
High school principal Heather Haines '03 took one of her students to VISIT THE ZOO.
HORNETS HELP
CCPD enlists alumni and faculty to expand student access to employment opportunities.
LATE NIGHTS BREAK-IN
Day job leaves nights only for this graduate's musical breakthrough.
HOME STUDY
Anthropology professor Espelencia Baptiste studied the effect of banking changes in post-earthquake Haiti.
A FAB FIVE'S ONE
Seniors provide an example of the student-professor relationships that make K special.
K-PLAN MATTERS
Tom Brown '67 describes the enduring power of the K-Plan.
BINDING TIE
Alumnus's love for Japan, which started with study abroad, is both fulsome and aching one year after the tsunami-earthquake-nuclear disaster.
SPREADING SUSTAINABILITY
A K student gets a pig's eye view of a campus green initiative.
GREAT LEAPER
Senior's gains in academics and basketball make him one of the best in Hornet history.