From opera hopeful to cantor, by way of a service-learning course on autism
A diverse dozen enjoys a special event in the middle of Lake Michigan.
The shift from career track to "daughter track" was a matter of Alzheimer's disease.
College approves Jewish Studies Concentration in June.
Food quality and equity motivate alumni involved in food production and distribution.
Summer fellowships continue campus commitment to sustainability.
Service-Learning Institute celebrates its tenth year.
"Jeopardy" helped get this student to "K" and into the broadcast booth.
Alumnus's gift honors professors and makes a difference to students.
Alum's Rouge River work becomes stand-alone documentary.
Learn from "K" Alumni and members of the "K" community with expertise in estate planning, tax law, trust services, and more at Homecoming this fall.