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dc.contributor.authorKalamazoo College
dc.date.accessioned2013-04-23T20:38:22Z
dc.date.available2013-04-23T20:38:22Z
dc.date.issued2013
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10920/28500
dc.description61 p. : ill.
dc.description.abstractFeatures: The Uncommon Common : Learning Partnership (A profile of Adriana Garriga-Lopez, Kalamazoo College’s Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership Assistant Professor of Anthropology) -- From Brief to Song (Senior Maureen Newman turned a career internship into a song that’s Nashville bound) / by Kaye Bennett -- Beer and Wine with a Splash of Chiaroscuro (Alumni couple establish first-of-its-kind business in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) / by Nicole Sweeney Etter -- Found in Translation (Evolving one’s knowledge is a key takeaway from K, according to Georgina Sket ’11, one that leads to some intriguing complementariness—like biology and philosophy) / by Lynn Turner -- Leap Before Looking (Entrepreneurs Michael Soenen ’92, Ann Oswald Benett ’80, Harry Garland ’68, and Brad O’Neill ’93 discuss the connection between the K-Plan and the pioneering outlook that’s required to start a new venture, develop a new technology, or change course through untested waters. For students so inclined, Kalamazoo College provides opportunities to blaze their own paths before graduation, taking risks and gaining a sense of self-reliance along the way) / by Antonie Boessenkool -- The Liberal Arts Advantage (Recognizing patterns across different disciplines is a trait inherent in a liberal arts education) / by Brad O’Neill -- Plant Detective (If you love to get your hands in the soil and don’t mind occasional encounters with large spiders, then you’ll enjoy the work of botanist Jennifer Possley ’96) / by Tom Nugent -- Acquiring a Taste for Travel (David Hammond ’73 and Carolyn Berg ’72 celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary with a trip that was homage—peripatetic and gastronomic—to their K study abroad experiences) / by David Hammond with Carolyn Berg -- The Power of Two (The Senior Individualized Project was the “game changer” in the academic life of Jodie Plumert ’85 and Stephanie Teasley ’81. They are collaborating to make sure SIPs in psychology research are accessible for K students) / by Kaye Bennett – Board Torch Passes from Parfet to Hall (Charlotte Hall ’66 becomes the new chair of the board of trustees) / by Kaye Bennett – Kaleidoscopic Origins (The evolution of Kaleidoscope, a queer-and-ally student organization, over three decades) / by Tom Nugent -- Great Moves (Running back Dimeko Price ’13 on the value of his study abroad in Costa Rica) / by Paul Morgan – Future Light (Profiles Meribeth (Matulis) Freeman ’66 and how she used estate planning to fund the Louise Mae Stein Matulis scholarship in her mother’s honor) / by Caity Paynich -- We Stand Together (Why Andy Miller ’99 and Mary-Katherine (Thompson) Miller ’06 continue to give to K) / by Mary-Katherine (Thompson) Miller and Andrew Miller -- Rain No Match for Homecoming Zest (Homecoming awards and photos) /by Kim Aldrich -- Politics and Analysis: Christa Clapp On Climate Change / by Zinta Aistars
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dc.publisherKalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo Collegeen_US
dc.relation.ispartofKalamazoo College Alumni Magazine Collection
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dc.titleLuxEsto (2013, Spring)en_US
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