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  • OrangeZest 2016 

    Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2016-07)
    The 2016 OrangeZest yearbook features members of the graduating Class of 2016. Contents include: Dedication - Learning by Experience: LandSea, Internships and Externships, Academics - Depth and Breadth in the Liberal Arts: ...
  • The Effects of Cognates, Word Frequency, and Listeners’ Language Experience on Accented Speech Perception 

    Li, Yishi (2015)
    Past research focused on accented speech perception demonstrated that nonnative speakers who speak a particular language with foreign accent often times could be stigmatized and be perceived as incompetent, even though ...
  • 1971 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1971)
    The 1971 Kalamazoo College Men's Tennis Team - MIAA and GLCA Champions. Members of the team included Bill Huxtable, Gary Gudelsky, Willard Washburn, Ken Craig, Fernando Garcia, Barry Steve Thomson, Kirk Beattie, Ron Cook, ...
  • 1964 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1964)
    The 1964 Kalamazoo College Tennis Team (left to right): Les Dodson, Assistant Coach, Art Walters, Fred Emmert, Dick Johnson, John Koch, Bill Jones, Ron Creager, Bob Engles, Coach George Acker. Missing: George Smillies.
  • 1961 Men's Tennis Team 

    Maxwell, Robert (Kalamazoo Gazette, 1961-04-18)
    The 1961 Kalamazoo College Tennis Team. Coach George Acker stands at the far right. The players are not identified.
  • 1960 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1960)
    The 1960 Kalamazoo College Tennis Team - Front row: James VanZandt, Ken Elzinga, Phil Rose. Second row: Coach George Acker, Loren Campbell, Bob Hader, Ron Barrett, Bill Japinga.
  • 1983 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1983)
    1983 Kalamazoo College Men's Tennis Team. Coach George Acker is sitting in the front row at the far left. The players are not identified.
  • 1982 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1982)
    1982 Kalamazoo College Men's Tennis Team. Coach George Acker stands at the far left. The players are unidentified.
  • 1967 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1967)
    Kalamazoo College 1967 Tennis Team (left to right): Manager John Flora, Burt Bothell, George Scott, Bill Jones, Dave Tidwell, Myron Sayles, Capt. John Koch, Bill Struck, Phil VanDenBerg, John Trump, Don Swarthout, Coach ...
  • 1975 Men's Cross Country Team 

    Unknown (1975)
    1975 Kalamazoo College Men's Cross Country Team. Coach Rolla Anderson is standing in the back row at far right. The cross country runners are not identified.
  • 1972 Men's Cross Country Team 

    Unknown (1972)
    1972 Kalamazoo College Men's Cross Country Team Left to Right: Fred Strauss, Marty Makinen, Bob Freese, Roger Gerlach, James Kacmar, Bruce Johnson, Coach Rolla Anderson, Manager Walt Herscher, Rich Conway, Richard Holman, ...
  • 1957 Men's Cross Country Team 

    Schiavone Studio (1957)
    1957 Men's Cross Country Team: Front Row: Manager Mark Millsom, Dave Whittingham, Frank Grimm, Dave Tripp, Bob Ellis. Back Row: Marty Hutchinson, Jim McCabe, Jim Todd, Lowell Elsen, Fritz Wasmuth, Jim Wallace, Coach ...
  • 1966 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1966)
    1966 Kalamazoo College Tennis Team. Left to right: Kim Colbert, Bob Engels, Ron Creager, Mark Baron, Bill Jones, George Smillie, Manager Gene Nusbaum, Dave Tidwell, John Koch, Tom Hitch, Joe Stulberg, Don Swarthout, Phil ...
  • 1965 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1965)
    1965 Kalamazoo College Tennis Team - MIAA Champions. Left to right: Coach George Acker, Bob Engels*, Larry Sibrack, John Trump*, Al Fisher*, Bill Jones*, Dick Johnson*, John Koch*, Jack Barkenbus*, Steve Gilbreath, John ...
  • 1963 Men's Tennis Team 

    Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1963)
    Kalamazoo College 1963 Tennis Team - Dual Meet Record 16 Wins, 2 Losses - Undisputed MIAA Champions. Left to right: Coach George Acker, Bob Engels, Art Walters, Jack Hulst, Dick Eick, Dick Johnson, George Smillie, Ed ...
  • 1959 Men's Tennis Team 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1959)
    Members of the 1959 Kalamazoo College men's tennis team: (front row, left to right) Bob Brice, Les Overway, Bill Japinga; (top row, left to right) Coach George Acker, Don McClure, Jim VanZandt, and John Brenneman.
  • Blue Sky, Red Earth : Portraits of Laverton 

    Askew, Alana (2002)
    The author describes the process of photographing the Wongatha Women of Northeastern Perth, Australia.
  • Ridiculous : a Photographic Exploration of Gender Roles in Media 

    Bylenga, Elizabeth (2002)
    Artist statement: "Go ahead, laugh! This is ridiculous! Laughter may be the best medicine, but making light of something also allows people to see things differently. As Maya Angelou says: "It is good for a woman to keep ...
  • Examining Feminist and Muslim Identity through Ghada Amer's Art 

    Hernandez, Michelle (2016)
    Ghada Amer was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1963, she spent most of her childhood and teen years in France, where she finished her studies at the world-renowned Villa Arson art school. She then moved to New York City, where she ...
  • Transplant 

    Siler, Shannon (2002)
    The author describes an installation of photographs, cut paper mosaic, and wooden botanical plaques. The artist statement declares "As a whole the human race processes its environment, extracting what it desires, leaving ...

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