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 [12085]
Administrative Offices [506]
Athletics [892]
Biographical Materials [137]
Board of Trustees [6]
Buildings, Grounds, and Facilities [436]
CACHE Administrator Documents [7]
Centers and Institutes [878]
Convocations and Celebrations [411]
Episodes in College's History [200]
Faculty [176]
Historical Collections and Artwork [922]
Photographs and Audiovisual Materials [890]
Publications (Catalogs, Newspapers, Yearbooks, Alumni Magazines, etc.) [1131]
Student Organizations, Activities, and Awards [183]
United States Tennis Association (USTA) Boys 18 & 16 National Tennis Championships [35]
  • 1995 Bach Festival Program 

    Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo (Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo, 1995)
    The 1995 Bach Festival was performed May 6-7 and May 13. The solo artists were Paula Pugh Romanaux, Jayne Sleder, Paul Vondiziano, Robert Siemers, Maria Jette, Robert Bracey, Richard Zeller, Claritha Buggs, Robert Schreck, ...
  • 1993 Bach Festival Program 

    Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo (Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo, 1993)
    The 1993 Bach Festival was performed May 7-9, and May 15. The solo artists were Robert Humiston, Barry Ross, Paula Pugh Romanaux, Felix Friedrich, Richard Zeller, Martha J. Hart, Maria Jette, Mark Schowalter, and Victoria ...
  • 1992 Bach Festival Program 

    Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo (Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo, 1992)
    The 1992 Bach Festival was performed March 6, 8, 11, and 14. The guest/solo artists were Charsie Sawyer, Scott Thornberg, Robert Humiston, Frederick Swann, Richard Zeller, Thomas Randle, Will Nichols, Laura Lamport, Martha ...
  • 1991 Bach Festival Program 

    Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo (Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo, 1991)
    The 1991 Bach Festival was performed April 5-6, and April 13. The guest artists were Yoshimi Takeda, Maria Jette, Gary Woodward, Jennifer Woodward, Grace Field, Karen Holvik, Charsie Sawyer, and Mark Puchala. It was directed ...
  • 1990 Bach Festival Program 

    Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo (Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo, 1990)
    The 1990 Bach Festival was performed March 9-11. The guest artists were Gary Woodward, Jennifer Woodward, Karen Holvik Martha Hard, Frederick Urrey, and Jeffrey Norris. It was directed by Peter Hopkins. The feature piece ...
  • 1989 Bach Festival Program 

    Bach Festival Society (Bach Festival Society, 1989)
    The 1989 Bach Festival was performed March 3-5. The guest artists were Paul Elliott, Ben Holt, Judith Nelson, Cynthia Anderson, Glenn Siebert, and Mark Doss. It was directed by Judith Breneman. The feature piece was "The ...
  • 1988 Bach Festival Program and Brochure 

    Bach Festival Society (Bach Festival Society, 1988)
    The 1988 Bach Festival was performed March 4-6 and March 12-13. The guest artists were Karen Holvik, Steven Rickards, Frederick Urrey, John Ostendorf, and Martin Hasselbock, though Hasselbock canceled before the festival. ...
  • Limited Asian Representation in Hollywood 

    Kim, Amy (2021-04-01)
    In this paper, I focused on the three popular films that were included in #AsianAugust, Crazy Rich Asians, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and Searching. I looked for popular films to analyze that had an impact on Asian ...
  • Navigating Religious Conversion to Hinduism 

    Scrader, Trenton (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2021-04-01)
    Of the many religions that exist in the world, Hinduism is one without a clear and distinct conversion process. As a convert to Hinduism from Lutheranism, I have found it necessary to tell the story of how I became Hindu ...
  • Assessing Antibody-Bound Capsid Stability and Localizing Epitopes Using Point Arrays for Canine Parvovirus and Human Rhinovirus-14 

    Wright, Brandon S. (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Spherical viruses utilize icosahedral symmetry structure in order to best approximate a sphere. These viruses have traditionally been classified by a Triangulation Number, but recently icosahedral point arrays have provided ...
  • Comparison of Intraosseous (IO) and Peripheral Intravenous (PIV) Vascular Device Placement in Relation to the Time of First Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Medication Administration 

    Winarski, Madalyn R. (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Each year, 356,000 Americans suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), which is fatal in 90% of cases. The American Heart Association (AHA) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) algorithms provide guidelines for the ...
  • Using Reach-scale Environmental Factors and Fish Abundance to Predict Macroinvertebrate Biomass in Tributaries of the Duck River Watershed 

    Weaver, Marija E. (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Macroinvertebrate sampling in streams and rivers is an important tool in the study of aquatic communities, water quality, and environmental changes. Despite the importance of these organisms, there is a lack of studies of ...
  • Validation of a Phencyclidine Oral Fluid Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay Methodology 

    Taylor, Brianna (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Determining methodology for a procedure that can not only accomplish scientific correctness, but that can also meet industry specific demands, is key to accomplishing effective commercial science. Depending on the demands ...
  • Kalamazoo College Proposed Tree Enhancement Project 

    Shiner, Hannah (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    This study proposed the addition of 25 trees to the Kalamazoo College campus in Kalamazoo, MI, USA. Kalamazoo College is located in an urban space and currently has 1315 trees. The goal of adding trees to Kalamazoo College ...
  • Arthropod and Bird Dynamics: A Study on Ecosystem Health of Kalamazoo Forests 

    Roethler, Margaret (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    The abundance and diversity of arthropods in an ecosystem can be an indicator of ecosystem health. The complexity of plant populations in an area is often a large determinate of how much and what kind of arthropods can be ...
  • In Vitro Characterization of Small Molecule Inhibitors of Early-Stage Alpha-Synuclein Aggregation 

    Rivet, Laken N. (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Amyloidosis, is a disease caused by the misfolding of amyloid proteins and their derivatives, remains one of the most difficult ailments to treat in the human body. This study focuses on the amyloid protein, a-synuclein, ...
  • Comparison of Monarch Abundance in Prairies and Roadsides in Kalamazoo, MI 

    Reichenbach, Jordan E. (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    For the past two decades, monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) have been declining in population. Conservation efforts need to be made to improve their habitat availability so that their populations can grow again. In ...
  • Vegetation Survey of a Brownfield Site Inhabited by Unhoused People in East Kalamazoo 

    Perez, Kelson (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    A brownfield located in the Eastside of Kalamazoo known as the Riverview Eastside Site is the former site of a coal ash dumping site and the current home for dozens of unhoused people. The property has been selected for ...
  • Using Citizen Science to Record Deer Populations in Kalamazoo Michigan Neighborhoods 

    Osen, Jake (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Deer overabundance has become an issue in many urban areas across the country and in many cities across the state of Michigan. However, getting estimates of the population in urban areas is difficult as there is so much ...
  • The Efficacy of the Southwest Michigan Bee Watch Citizen Science Program and the Assessment of Landscape in Determining Bumble Bee Diversity 

    Nickson, Nikoli M. (Kalamazoo College, 2020-11-01)
    Bumble bees are experiencing population declines at regional, national, and global scales. Confronting these trends requires the employment of conservation efforts; however, conservation efforts cannot be enacted without ...

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