Kalamazoo College Quarterly (1992, Spring)
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Readership survey results: What you say is what you'll get / by Hank Techentin -- Jaquith answers 'voices in the wilderness' -- Women's Resource Center makes debut -- Flesche, Strauss receive Lucasse Awards -- Evans sabbatical yields wide-ranging experiences -- Faculty Notables -- Foreign study leadership changes announced -- Renovation of Olds-Upton and Dewing halls planned -- Robinson receives Watson Fellowship -- Dorrien's book earns excellent reviews -- Kalamazoo freshman vies for Presidency -- Student poetry published in national review -- Quality, quantity of student applications on the rise -- Campus Master Plan being developed -- What makes Kalamazoo College so special? -- Senior Ads -- Alumni Admissions Update / by Lynn Leonard -- Celebrating a unique 30-year partnership -- Sports Update / by John Greenhoe -- Alumni News / by Gayle Obrecht -- Class Notes / compiled by Ann Nurrie.
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