LuxEsto (2000, Spring)
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Features: Archivist, Investment Expert, and College ‘Historian’ Earn Alumni Awards (Mary K. Woolever ’70 received the Distinguished Service Award, Scott C. Cleland ’82 received the Distinguished Achievement Award, and Marcia Price received the Weimer K. Hicks award for support of College programs beyond the call of duty) -- Admission Director Applies Mountain Lessons to College Endeavors (John Carroll, director of admission, is an avid mountain climber who shares his wisdom with current and prospective students) -- Bruce Mills Receives Award (Dr. Bruce Mills, associate profess of English, received the Dr. Winthrop S. and Lois A. Hudson Award) -- First Year Program Earns National Recognition -- Gallery Showing Features Senior’s Oil Paintings (Paula Sarut 00’ has her SIP, 10 oil paintings, displayed) -- Phonathon Student Ambassadors Shatter Goal (They raised $155,000 - $5000 more than the goal) -- Kresge Challenge Grant Fast Approaches its Bell Lap (Slightly more than two months remain to meet the Kresge Challenge Grant) -- Alumna Presents Lecture on Persistence of Negative Imagery (Addell Austin Anderson ’78 presented a multi-media lecture titled “The African-American Image: Lesson for the Next Millenium” as part of Kalamazoo College’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week) -- Traces of Place (Michael Kane ’00 spent time with the people and poetry of Oaxaca for his SIP) -- Biologist and Anthropologist Preserve Their Journeys in Poems at Kalamazoo College (Rob Dunn and Monica Sanchez, both members of the Class of 1997, studied in Ecuador and Costa Rica. Since graduating, they have conducted research in Ghana and Bolivia. Both scientists are accomplished poets and will return to South America this summer to complete work on their PhDs) -- Mr. Geographic: Maynard Owen Williams ’10 Had a Front Row Seat to History (Considered by many to be the most well-traveled man of his time, this Kalamazoo College graduate met Lawrence of Arabia, witnessed the Russian Revolution first-hand, and followed the route of Marco Polo. His family’s involvement with “K” spanned four generations) -- Faculty Profile: Chemistry and Context (A Liberal Arts Education is Evident in the Research and Teaching of Laura Furge) -- Sports (Springs sports combine old and new for promising season. Previews: Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Softball, Baseball. Sportlights: Jen Richman, Dan Harding. Winter Sports Recap: Women’s basketball reaches new heights, Men’s Basketball, Men’s Swimming and Diving, Women’s Swimming and Diving) -- The Venema Scholarship, Past and Present. Contributions by Antonie Boessenkool, Christine Horton, Michael Kane, Jeff Palmer, Erin Rummery.
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