CACHE Digital Archive (College Academic and Historical Experience) is a digital platform that collects, preserves, and distributes digital material. The Kalamazoo College Archives contains a broad range of materials on the 185-year history of Kalamazoo College, including administrative records, biographical files, publications, scrapbooks, photographs, and more.

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Academic Departments, Programs, and SIPs [12587]
Administrative Offices [515]
Athletics [892]
Biographical Materials [138]
Board of Trustees [6]
Buildings, Grounds, and Facilities [440]
CACHE Administrator Documents [7]
Centers and Institutes [877]
Convocations and Celebrations [427]
Episodes in College's History [223]
Faculty [186]
Historical Collections and Artwork [686]
Photographs and Audiovisual Materials [1004]
Publications (Catalogs, Newspapers, Yearbooks, Alumni Magazines, etc.) [1135]
Student Organizations, Activities, and Awards [341]
United States Tennis Association (USTA) Boys 18 & 16 National Tennis Championships [36]
  • No hayagua : Water Scarcity Affecting Farmers in Ensenada BC, Mexico Catalyzing the Requirement for Adaptation Methods to be Implemented 

    Guillen Olmos, Mauricio (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2022-03-01)
    Farmers in the Ejido of Maneadero wake up to the recurring nightmare of the phrase "no hay agua"(there is no water). Maneadero, a coastal town part of the municipality of Ensenada Baja California Mexico, is composed of ...
  • “Die Frau hinter der Manipulation”: Eine Analyse der Filme Das Blaue Licht und Triumph des Willens von Leni Riefenstahl 

    Lotterman, Ellie (2022-03-01)
    Described by Hitler as the perfect German woman, Leni Riefenstahl was one of the best-known directors of National Socialism. During the Nazi era, Riefenstahl was a director of films that promoted the message and reputation ...
  • Faculty Committee List, 2022-2023 

    Kalamazoo College (2022)
    Includes standing and ad hoc faculty committees and their members.
  • The Roles and Perceptions of Women in Medieval Europe, As Reflected in a Medieval Bestiary 

    Dobb, Rachel (2021-01-07)
    To the modern reader, medieval bestiaries can appear amusing and often downright funny. They were never written to be scientific truth, even at their time. Most people likely would not have countered the information found ...
  • French Universalism and Jewish Particularity : French Jewish Identity from Emancipation to WWI 

    Lulkin, Emily (2022-03-01)
    French Jews saw unprecedented prosperity in 19th century France due to the universalist ideas that led to their emancipation. At the time, they were the only Jews in Europe who could actively participate in the educational, ...
  • Ill-Fire 

    Dobreff, Savannah (2022-03-01)
    The author introduces an original collection of poems by reflecting on the K experience and influential poems, and writes ”My SIP in its current state is a different creature than what I imagined and envisioned it would ...
  • Is Public Education Worth Saving? 

    Crabbs, Haley (2022-03-01)
    The author writes about the teachers that inspired her, including her parents, reviews the birth of public education in America, the state of public education today, and how it has been affected by political reforms, the ...
  • Unveiling the Invasion of Afghanistan : Analysis and Creative Collection of the Media Coverage Surrounding Muslim and Afghan Women through Orientalist and Imperialist Frameworks 

    Tooba, Syeda Fatima (2022-03-01)
    This project aims to shed a brief light on the ways in which U.S. media coverage of Muslims post-September 11, 2001 was inherently negative and used orientalist and imperialist stereotypes and caricatures of Muslims, Muslim ...
  • On the Fragmentation of Contemporary Society : An Aesthetic Diagnosis and Prescription 

    Tompkins, Teague (2022-05-13)
    The more we are online in the current age of social media, the more we struggle with disconnection from our physical world. The deterioration of our passionate involvement in the world can be seen as some kind of gross ...
  • DIY Senior Integrative Project 

    Schneberger, Zoe Celeste G. (2022-03-01)
    I initially set out to use Heidegger’s Being in Time as the foundational theory for revealing illusions of authenticity and resoluteness in everyday life through the short form social media content labeled “do-it-yourself”. ...
  • Belief, Obligation, and Objectivity 

    Kirby, Kyle (2022-03-01)
    In this paper, I develop and argue for the view that an agent’s moral obligations depend on their non-moral beliefs, a view which I call doxasticism. I situate doxasticism within the current debate on whether an agent’s ...
  • Modal Branching Temporalism : An Alternative to Lewisian Genuine Realism 

    Baty, Mitchell (2022-03-01)
    Possible worlds theory has been wildly successful in contemporary logic and metaphysics ever since Kripke (1959) proved the completeness and consistency of modal logic using possible worlds semantics. According to possible ...
  • Habermas’ Critical Social Theory and the Evolution of Money 

    Richert, Luke (2022-03-01)
    Money plays a terrifyingly dominant role in our lives. In one way or another, it is interrelated with almost every aspect of modern society and because of this prevalence, it is difficult to imagine a world without it. ...
  • On the Gendered Subject: Queering Heteronormativity 

    Bienstock, Julia (2022-03-01)
    The thinkers that I have chosen provide optimistic doctrines although it might not seem that way on the surface. They invite us to be more comfortable with the idea of gendered freedom and viewing our gender as more ...
  • Recent Events and Commitment to Safety and Inclusion 

    President's Staff (Kalamazoo College, 2015-02-26)
    A letter from the President's Staff about an incident at a Student Commission meeting that led to students feeling unsafe on campus and the administration's pledge to address issues of safety and inclusivity.
  • I am Not #UnsafeAtK: How to be a White Ally 

    Pizza, Riley (Kalamazoo College Index, 2015-03-04)
    An Index article written by the Opinions editor about how to support students of color in response to the #UnsafeAtK movement.
  • Standing for Our Values 

    Wilson-Oyelaran, Eileen B., 1947- (Kalamazoo College, 2015-03-04)
    A letter written by President Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran and members of the President's staff condemning the threats made on a Student Commission Google doc. Concerned students met with administrators and an investigation was ...
  • Campus Update email 

    McDonald, Mickey (Kalamazoo College, 2015-03-08)
    A message from the Provost to faculty and staff giving updates on the Student Commission Google doc threat investigation and meetings between students and members of the Board of Trustees.
  • Update and Message from the President 

    Wilson-Oyelaran, Eileen B., 1947- (Kalamazoo College, 2015-03-16)
    A message from President Eileen B. Wilson-Oyelaran that was posted to the Parents & Families section of the college website. It gives details on the investigation into the Student Commission Google doc threat as well as ...
  • Information about Student Meeting email 

    McDonald, Mickey (Kalamazoo College, 2015-04-03)
    An email to faculty and staff from the Provost sharing a joint message from President's Staff and the Intercultural Movement.

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