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    • Weavings of Green Health Leaves: Autobiographical Essays on a Liberal Arts Education 

      Almy, Kathryn F. (1988)
      These essays were written from ponderings and observations based on experiences I have had since enrolling in Kalamazoo College. I used papers, books, journals, photos, letters, and mostly just memories of events and ...
    • Web Servers 

      Dilno, David L., II (1995)
      In September of 1995, I acquired an internship position at I/Net, Inc. of Kalamazoo. I was hired as a software tester for one of their products. The product was a web server that ran on the IBM AS/400 platform. It was ...
    • Web-Based Weight Management Programs as a Solution to Growing Obesity in America 

      Breakey, Erica J. (2012)
      Today, roughly two-thirds of the United States population is overweight or obese. This can lead to serious health concerns in addition to taking a significant toll on our country's economy .Using journal sources, first-hand ...
    • Web-Scraping : How Charlotte Is A Life Saver Again 

      Pan, Fayang (Kalamazoo College, 2014)
      The demand for information is ever increasing. While some have the privilege of accessing private data, others look for ways to collect information from where anyone could visit: the Internet. On the Internet, there is ...
    • A Weberian Analysis of the Iranian Revolution 

      LaForge, Mark (1984)
      First, this paper will contain a somewhat brief, but complete analysis of Weber's three pronged understanding of the bases of authority. Authority is recognized on charismatic, traditional or legal-rational grounds. ...
    • Weddings at Stetson Chapel 

      Unknown author (1992-05)
      Pamphlet listing the various options, rules, and fees of the Kalamazoo College chapel wedding service.
    • "The Week it Happened Here": The Urban League and Race Relations in Postwar Grand Rapids 

      Marek, Anna (2013)
      The author traces the 20th century migration of African Americans from the rural South to cities in the North and the growing problems with housing, employment and racial tensions that exploded in July, 1967 in riots in ...
    • Weight for the Wind 

      Everett, Ellen Elizabeth (1981)
    • Weimer K. Hicks 

      Kalamazoo College; Kalamazoo College ()
      Weimer K. Hicks was the 12th president of Kalamazoo College, serving from 1953-1971.
    • Weimer K. Hicks Portrait; Oil [466] 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 9999)
    • Weimer Kerr Hicks Honorary Degree Citation 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1974-06)
      Former president of Kalamazoo College Weimer Kerr Hicks received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at Commencement in 1974. This is the text of the degree citation.
    • Weird People Do Good Things 

      Clark, Zachary (2014)
      Have you ever wanted an excuse to sit and watch Netflix for a couple of months? To scour film festivals for other student works, contacts, or simply ideas? Well, make a doc sip. Mine was called “Weird People Do Good Things.” ...
    • Welcome to China: Business Ethics in China 

      Loudenback, Evan (2007)
      My Senior Individualized Project (SIP) is founded in Business Ethics, specifically in relation to China. As an intern for Dr. Ian Faimie, Dean of Community Life at Curtin University in Perth Australia, I was part of an ...
    • Welfare, Poverty, and the Liberal Dilemma 

      Baumgartner, Richard P. (1984)
      This paper is an attempt to explain how our liberal created welfare policies have been mis-directed, and why such policies are having the paradoxical effect of perpetuating the very poverty which they were designed to ...
    • Welles Hall 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 9999)
      Interior of main room of Welles Hall.
    • Welles Hall Kitchen 

      Kalamazoo Gazette (Kalamazoo College, 2009-08-28)
      A kitchen in Welles Hall, in the 1940s. Kalamazoo College's dining services and student union have been located on the south side of the campus quadrangle since the construction of Welles Dining Hall in 1939-1940. Welles, ...
    • Wellington House Efforts to Influence American Opinion with Propaganda about Belgium 

      Morriss, Ruth Ann (1967)
      In writing this paper I have endeavored to present a thorough survey of propaganda concerning Belgium which was circu1ated in the United States during World War I by the British propaganda bureau at Wellington House. ...
    • Wen Chao Chen Honorary Degree Citation 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1989-06)
      Retired faculty member Wen Chao Chen was given an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree by Kalamazoo College at Commencement in 1989. This is the text of the degree citation.
    • The West Bank and Gaza: An Ongoing Struggle 

      Yaghnam, Raed (1992)
      In my research, I will concentrate on the Israeli Occupied Territories since they are considered to be the most controversial issue yet, at the same time, the base from which peace could evolve.
    • West Hills Junior High School and the Mainstreaming Movement 

      Michael, Kathy (1981)
      The author discusses one school's efforts to comply with Public Law 94-142 and Public Act 198 which require "general education teachers to teach children with educational handicaps in a least restrictive environment."