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dc.contributor.authorKalamazoo College
dc.description.abstractFeatures: Never a Bad Ending (Associate Professor of Music Andrew Koehler was awarded First Distinction, or fourth place, at the 9th Grzegorz Fitelberg International Competition for Conductors) /by Zinta Aistars -- Extended Families (Kalamazoo College graduated its first Posse group in 2013. One member of that group, Jason Nosrati, relied on multiple extended families, including Posse, for an extraordinary four years on campus and in Israel) /by Zinta Aistars -- Far Gig (Matt Priest ’97 and Elizabeth Lindau ’97 take their indie band, Canasta, on the road. Way on the road . . . to Mongolia!) / by Kaye Bennett -- The Motor of the Campus (Invisible Made Visible: Sam Doyle ’13 decided that his Senior Individualized Project in photography would celebrate his co-workers and friends that compose the “Motor of the Campus”) / by Zinta Aistars -- Campaign Enters Public Phase (The public phase of The Campaign for Kalamazoo College, a five-year-long effort to raise $125 million, will run from July 2013 to June 2015) / by Kaye Bennett-- Binary Strip (SIP sculpture does double duty for Daedal Derks ’12) / by Zinta Aistars -- Teaching With Testimony (Small town high school English teacher Corey Harbaugh ’91 has travelled the world to develop Holocaust education units useful in any classroom) / by Zinta Aistars -- The History We Carry (Professor of English Bruce Mills used College visits by James Baldwin to develop an oral history seminar on civil rights in the city of Kalamazoo) / by Randall Schau -- Outdoors Letter (Turns out the Kalamazoo Outing Club (featured in the fall 2012 LuxEsto ) has a 40-year old predecessor that wrote to propose connection - no doubt somewhere outdoors) -- Special SIP (Phillip Earls ’13 SIP merged his passion for sports with his life-long empathy for those with special needs) / by Randall Schau -- Creating Community to a Power of 5 (The story of five Kalamazoo College students and housemates) / by Kaye Bennett -- Connections to Ghana (Stephen Mohney ’76 is the co-founder of Tech4Ghana, a non-profit organization that builds computer centers and libraries in Ghana) / by Zinta Aistars.
dc.publisherKalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo Collegeen_US
dc.relation.ispartofKalamazoo College Alumni Magazine Collection
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dc.titleLuxEsto (2013, Fall)en_US
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