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  • 1948 May Fete Program 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1948-05-22)
    The Women's League present 1948's Fairy Tale themed May Fete. Following open houses of Trowbridge and Hoben Halls is the "Storybook Fantasy," a collection of skits based on popular fairy tales, performed on the campus quad. ...
  • Candy Cane Ball Event Instructions 

    Unknown author (1948-12-04)
    A brief document containing a series of instructions on how to successfully host the Candy Cane Ball, a Christmas formal organized and put on by the Women's League.
  • Career Week for Women 

    Unknown author (1949-04)
    This pamphlet gives an overview of the schedule of events of Career Week for Women that took place from April 4-8, 1949.
  • 1949 May Fete 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1949-05-21)
    The Women's League presents May Fete on May 21, 1949. The pageant's theme was the history of Kalamazoo College, acted out through multiple skits, including "The Way It All Started," "The Birth of a Tradition," and "The ...
  • See You Round the Quad 

    Unknown author (1952)
    This booklet was written by the Women's League as an orientation guide for incoming female first-year students. It gives tips ranging from proper clothing to mail center protocol. Also included is a list of dormitory rules ...
  • 1952 May Fete Program 

    The Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1952-05-24)
    The Women's League presents May Fete on May 24, 1952. Activities include an open house of all dormitories and a reception at the Mary Trowbridge house, followed by the pageant full of dancing. French, Estonian, Bavarian, ...
  • Kalamazoo College 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. ...
  • 1958 May Fete Program 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1958-05-09)
    The Women's League presents Snow White for the May Fete celebration on May 9, 1958.The pageant included a dance and daisy chain as well as a vocal and orchestra performance.
  • 1964 Christmas Carol Service 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1964)
    A program for the 1964 Christmas Carol Service held at Kalamazoo College's Stetson Chapel.
  • Rules and Regulations Governing Women Resident Students 

    Unknown author (1967-03)
    This document gives a very detailed list of the rules concerning women's life in the dormitories. Focus is given to penalties and disciplinary measures regarding rule violations.
  • Students Protesting the Vietnam War at a Sit-In 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1968)
    The student group V-PAX stages a sit-in protesting an Armed Forces recruiter on campus. V-PAX (Vietnam Peace Association at Kalamazoo College) was "a group of Kalamazoo College faculty and students formed: 1. to serve ...
  • Students Hold Up an Anti-War Banner 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1968)
    Students stand near a banner that reads "END THE WAR." The banner hangs in front of a fence of an athletic field, probably Angell Field.
  • Vietnam Peace Rally 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1968)
    Students standing in front of Stetson Chapel with peace armbands, holding a sign that says "VIGIL FOR PEACE IN VIET-NAM EVERYONE WELCOME." The photo appears in the 1968 issue of "The Boiling Pot," the Kalamazoo College yearbook.
  • Constitution of the Black Student Organization 

    Unknown author (1968-04-16)
    The constitution of Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) which was ratified in April of 1968. It details the group's purpose, name, membership, powers and duties of officers, meetings, elections, and amendments.
  • Kalamazoo College Senate White Paper 

    Unknown author (1968-05)
    A document written by Kalamazoo College's Student Senate giving different opinions regarding the negotiations between the Black Student Organization (BSO) and the College administration.
  • Details on the Black Student Demands 

    Unknown author (1968-05)
    A summary of the Spring 1968 confrontation on the Kalamazoo College campus between the Black Student Organization (BSO) and the administration.
  • Memo from the Black Student Organization Regarding their Demands 

    Jordan, Linda; Lumumba, Chokwe, 1947-2014 (formerly known as Taliaferro, Edwin Finley) (1968-05-06)
    A memo submitted by the Black Student Organization (BSO) to Dr. Weimer K. Hicks, president of Kalamazoo College, regarding funds for the group, changes to the academic program, and campus speakers.
  • Higher Education Committee 

    Unknown author (1968-05-06)
    A statement from Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) about the creation of the Higher Education Committee within their organization.
  • Memo from President Hicks to the Black Student Organization 

    Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1968-05-09)
    A memo from Kalamazoo College's President Weimer K. Hicks to the Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding their demands of May 6, 1968.
  • Black Student Organization's Decision Regarding College's Official Reply 

    Unknown author (1968-05-09)
    The Black Student Organization's response to the official reply by Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks to their demands of May 6, 1968.