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    • The Warring States 

      Maher, Trevor M (2006)
    • Warsaw 1943; Serigraph [293] 

      Shahn, Ben, 1898-1969 (Kalamazoo College, 1963)
      In 1940 the Nazis created a ghetto in Warsaw to confine the Jewish population, which they began liquidating in July of 1942. When the Nazis arrived in April 1943, they were met with armed resistance. But they used tanks ...
    • Washington Banquet Preparation 

      Riegler, Wilbur Leon (Kalamazoo College, 1956-02)
      Two Kalamazoo College students cutting out decorations for the annual Washington Banquet in February, 1956. The hatchet was a common motif for the banquet, one of the largest annual social events on campus for many years. ...
    • Wasn't Jim : Experimentations in Sketch Comedy 

      Pancy, Trent D. H. (2005)
      After a summer session at Chicago’s Second City Training Center, the author attempts to recreate that sketch comedy experience on campus and his SIP reflects his experiences in acting, playwriting, directing, and improvisation: ...
    • Waste-full : A Philosophical Investigation of the Pedagogical Potential of Waste 

      Chipman, Emiline (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2017)
      Recent changes to educational policy and subsequent economic and curricular consequences have caused concern among educators about the normative direction of education. Just as the political and economic systems are rooted ...
    • Water Buffaloes 

      Phillips, Ken (1973)
      A collection of original poetry.
    • Water Color Paintings 

      Amendt, Laura (1990)
      The author discusses her SIP experience including watercolor paintings of three different types of subjects: still life, landscape, and abstract. (No slides included)
    • Water Infiltration in Unsaturated Soils: A Comparison of Analytical and Numerical Solutions to Richards' Equation 

      Murray, Regan Elizabeth (Kalamazoo College, 1994)
      We consider a mathematical model for a current problem in the fields of soil science and environmental engineering. We examine analytical and numerical solutions to Richards' equation, which describes the one-dimensional ...
    • Water Management in PEM Fuel Cells : The Effects of Gravity on Vertically Positioned Flow Channels 

      Isbell, Lauren R. (2012)
      A unique device is used to emulate water droplet emergence from a porous electrode and slug formation in the gas flow channel of a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell. Liquid water emerges from a pore forming a droplet, ...
    • Water Pitcher; Pewter [419] 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 9999)
    • Water Soluble Prostagandin E1 Prodrugs 

      Lee, Janet (Kalamazoo College, 1976)
      This project was given for the purpose of synthesizing crystalline, stable, water-soluble esters which will be tested for the treatment of ductus arteriosus. This project was to synthesize a new class of prodrug consisting ...
    • Water Tower, Store and Farm Buildings at Mendon; Acrylic [336.1] 

      Waskowsky, Michael J., 1917-1969 (Kalamazoo College, 1969)
      One painting from a series of 15 acrylics painted in 1969 for an exhibition at the Gilmore Art Center (now the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts). His work was exhibited posthumously in 1970. On September 6, 1969, a couple ...
    • A Water-Testing Manual 

      Weaver, Gerald F. (Kalamazoo College, 1972)
      This manual is an attempt to formulate methods for evaluating water and its contents, which are suitable for use by high school science majors. In adapting these techniques I have relied quite heavily on three specific ...
    • Watercourse 

      Dodson, Meredith L. (2002)
      The type of canoe I write about in the journal sections of this piece is a Cheemaun, which is a small, beautiful canoe. I've been building and repairing canoes for many years, but the Cheemaun is something special. There ...
    • Watergate: A Proposed Method of Political Autopsy 

      Donovan, Brian (1976)
      The view which I examine in this paper emphasizes factors external to the person of Nixon himself. It emphasizes pressures on the office of the Presidency, and the difficulty of coping with these pressures. The hypothesis ...
    • The Waters of Contention: Hydropolitics in the Middle East 

      Volz, Joshua (2000)
      Speaking directly to the problem of cooperation and management of shared water resources in the region, the late King Hussein stated as late as 1993 that the next war in the Middle East would focus on the scarce water ...
    • The Way of the Warrior: The Development and Virtues of the Martial Philosophy in Feudal Japan and Europe 

      Beiting, Christopher J. (1985)
      Many cultures in history have passed through what we call a feudal age. The most basic unit of feudalism is the bond of loyalty between an individual and his lord. The stronger that bond, and the more important it is to a ...
    • The Way to Gesture 

      Holtzman, Natalia (2010)
      A collection of original poetry that rather than focusing on a specific theme, expresses the author's philosophical approach to writing: "I've started to think of poems as gestures, bodily movements that are directed ...
    • The Ways In Which Experiential Learning Impacts Small Business in Two Regions of Michigan 

      Autenreith, Esprit (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2016)
      This interview -based SIP investigated the ways in which experiential education, or EE, impacts Michigan-based private schools and regional theatres in 2016.