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dc.contributor.authorKalamazoo College
dc.contributor.editorAistars, Zinta
dc.date.accessioned2008-07-28T19:32:48Z
dc.date.available2008-07-28T19:32:48Z
dc.date.copyright2002-07-01
dc.date.issued2002-07-01
dc.identifier.issn1526-7997
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10920/5751
dc.description64 p. : ill.
dc.description.abstractFeatures: Bio Turns Classic (Four years ago Kelly Jones came to Kalamazoo College intending to major in health sciences, learn German, and study abroad in Germany. She met an inspiring teacher, majored in classical studies, learned Latin, and studied abroad in Rome. Her story is quintessentially “K”) -- Anne Haeckl: The Fire’s Source (Profile of Anne Haeckl, professor of Classical Studies and archaeologist) -- Allan Hoben Arrives at Kalamazoo College (The second part of a three-part serialization of I, Personally -- the memoirs of one of Kalamazoo College’s greatest presidents) -- Kalamazoo College’s Faculty Staff and Students Honored Professor of Chinese Madeline Chu and Associate Professor of Art Tom Rice (Chu received the 2001-2002 Lucasse Lectureship for Excellence in Teaching; Rice the Lucasse Fellowship for Excellence in Scholarship) -- The Evolution of Light : German Professor Retires After 40 Years (Margo (Bosker) Light began teaching at “K” in 1962 and will retire this year) -- New Professors (Kalamazoo College welcomes Will Fitzgerald, Associate Professor of Computer Science; Jean Esson, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Charlene Boyer Lewis, Assistant Professor of History and Director of American Studies; Jennifer Redmann, Assistant Professor of German; Amy Smith, Assistant Professor of English; Katie Maclean, Assistant Professor of Spanish; Daniel Lipson, Assistant Professor of Political Science; Pamela Cutter, Assistant Professor of Computer Science; and Amelia Katanski, Assistant Professor of English) -- Athletic Prowess Across The Generations (Profiles athletes from the Lindenberg and Williams families) -- By Air or Land (Hornet Gridders set to sting opponents) -- Sports (New Coach Guides Men’s Golf, Men’s Soccer Seeks Three, Bump, Set, Spike, First Year Students Crucial to Women’s Golf, Cross Country Runs, Women’s Soccer Aims at League Title) --Commissioner and Teacher (Brad Smith is a commissioner on the U.S. Federal Election Commission. Julie (Fudge) Smith is a gifted teacher home schooling their two children. They blend those roles. Brad helps teach, Julie is a staunch supporter of her husband’s controversial government role) / by Zinta Aistars -- The Long View (Chris Reynolds ’83, from his law office high above Manhattan, reflects on his journey at and after Kalamazoo College and comments on the changes he has seen at “K” in the area of diversity. Dia Vinyard ’04 and Klayvaughn Williams ’04 talk about diversity on campus today) / by Antonie Boessenkool. Contributions by Jeff Palmer, Antonie Boessenkool.
dc.language.isoen_USen
dc.publisherKalamazoo College
dc.relation.ispartofKalamazoo College Alumni Magazine Collection
dc.relation.ispartofseriesVol. 63, No. 4
dc.rightsU.S. copyright laws protect this digital file. Commercial use or distribution of the file is not permitted without prior written permission of the copyright holder.
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