LuxEsto (2001, Summer)
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Features: A Different Way of Seeing (The author reflects on her positive experiences at “K”) / by Lindsay Ballard -- Four Years and Two Persons (The author reflects on her experiences at “K” and her “double consciousness” as a half black, half white woman) / by Rosie Onwuneme -- Sculptures "del Corazon" : The Art and Habitat of Brad Burkhart '71 (Thirty years after his Kalamazoo College graduation, Brad Burkhart continues to combine art and science in a dual career as sculptor and native plant landscape architect) -- In the Blood (Andrew Terrarella ’99 spent the summer after his first year of medical school in Ghana evaluating the effectiveness of that country’s diabetes management program) / by Antonie Boessenkool -- New Faces and New Talent (The professors are coming, the professors are coming! Seven new professors at Kalamazoo College this fall give us a sneak peek into who they are, and what they will bring to the College) -- Graduates Earn Fulbrights for Colombia and China (Two Kalamazoo College students, Sharika Crawford ’00 and Jeffrey Lung ’00, will use 2001-2002 Fulbright scholarships to conduct post-graduate research) -- Prominent Plan Biologist Reflects on Science at a Small Liberal Arts College (Kate VandenBosch ’77 delivered the keynote address of the 2001 Diebold Symposium) -- A Wired Community (“K” students will soon have on-line access to hundreds of alumni volunteers in the Career Network, as well as to internship, SIP, and employment opportunities) -- 25 25 (Professor of Religion Wally Schmeichel and Professor of Mathematics John Fink were honored for 25 years of service to the College) -- Luce Scholarship Winners (Jessamyn Margoni and Elizabeth Tank are the College’s third and fourth Luce scholars) -- Sports (Profile of MaryJane Valade ’01, Men’s Tennis wins 63rd consecutive MIAA championship, Football Preview, Volleyball Preview, Cross Country, Golf Previews, Soccer Previews) -- Making Adventure Home (Clara Berridge figured out how to make a big city home during her fall 2001 internship at the Philadelphia Center for Urban studies, and the experience was a valuable exercise in liberal arts learning) -- The Mathematical Formula of Poetry (A row of red phone lights blink impatiently as John Fink, professor of mathematics, does a live talk show at a Kalamazoo radio station and cures math phobias over the airwaves) -- The Art of Chen (Chens give art endowment to Kalamazoo College). Contributions by Richard Berman, Antonie Boessenkool, Caitlin Gilmet, Jeff Palmer.
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