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    • BSO Admissions Program 

      Unknown author (1969)
      A document outlining plans for members of Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) to visit high schools and recruit students for admission to the college.
    • BSO Chapel: The Necessity of God in College Life 

      Unknown author (1990-05-11)
      Program for the Chapel event sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College. The main speaker was Herbert R. Davis and the event also included Toni Booker of Booker Productions Gospel Choir from ...
    • BSO Members Protest at Banquet 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1969-05)
      Two members of the Black Student Organization (BSO) stand at the podium during a banquet on campus. College president Weimer K. Hicks sits to the right of the podium. Members of the BSO sent a set of demands to the campus ...
    • BSO Protest, 1969 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1969-05)
      Members of the Black Student Organization (BSO) stand in protest in front of the Fine Arts Building. This may have been the Saturday,May 17, 1969 protest in which the BSO rejected the college administration's response to ...
    • BSO Students with Administration's Response 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1969-05)
      Four members of the Black Student Organization (BSO) walk down the steps of Mandelle Hall after receiving from the college administration a written response to their demands. Three of the four students are identified. ...
    • Candy Cane Ball Event Instructions 

      Unknown author (1948-12-04)
      A brief document containing a series of instructions on how to successfully host the Candy Cane Ball, a Christmas formal organized and put on by the Women's League.
    • Career Week for Women 

      Unknown author (1949-04)
      This pamphlet gives an overview of the schedule of events of Career Week for Women that took place from April 4-8, 1949.
    • Catalogue of the Officers, Members and Books of the Sherwood Rhetorical Society of Kalamazoo College, together with the Constitution and By-Laws 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo: Clark & Cadman's Power Press Print, 1868, 1868)
      From "General Information" section of item: "The Sherwood Rhetorical Society was founded in 1851. It was the first Literary Society at Kalamazoo College, and was incorporated in 1860. It comprises Students from all of the ...
    • Century Forum 

      Thoms, Susan Stuckey (1966)
      Century Forum Homecoming decoration, 1966
    • Century Forum decoration for Homecoming, 1967 

      Thoms, Susan Stuckey (1967)
      Photograph of the Century Forum decoration on the quad for Homecoming, 1967.
    • Century Forum decoration for Homecoming, 1967 (2) 

      Thoms, Susan Stuckey (1967)
      Century Forum decoration on the quad, Kalamazoo College Homecoming, 1967.
    • Century Forum, 1918 

      Slocum Brothers (Kalamazoo College, 1918)
      Members of Kalamazoo College's Century Forum during the 1917-18 academic year. This photo appears in the 1918 yearbook, The Ka-Col. On the back of the photograph, three names are listed, Paul Staake, Harvey Jacobs and ...
    • Constitution for the Women's Self Governing Association of Kalamazoo College 

      Unknown author (9999)
      This constitution outlines the organization, leadership structure, and purpose of the Women's Self-Governing Association of Kalamazoo College. In addition, the document also provides a series of by-laws concerning regulations ...
    • Constitution of the Black Student Organization 

      Unknown author (1968-04-16)
      The constitution of Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) which was ratified in April of 1968. It details the group's purpose, name, membership, powers and duties of officers, meetings, elections, and amendments.
    • Conversation with Tom Seavers 

      Barrett, Laurence N., 1915-2002 (1969-05-13)
      A document written by Kalamazoo College's Acting Dean of Academic Affairs, Laurence Barrett, detailing a conversation with a representative of the Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding the organization's demands of ...
    • Demands Sent to President Hicks 

      Weaver, Gerald F.; Seavers, Thomas (1969-06-05)
      A memo sent by Jerry Weaver and Tom Seavers of the Black Student Organization (BSO) to Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks regarding the funds for the group, the Westab Program, recruitment of Black students, and ...
    • Demands Submitted to President Weimer K. Hicks 

      Seavers, Thomas; Weaver, Gerald F. (1969-05-12)
      A memo from Tom Seavers and Gerry Weaver of Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding the necessity of adjusting, changing, or adding to the College's judicial, residential and admissions procedures, ...
    • Description of Second Confrontation 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1969-06)
      An unsigned document, but presumably written by Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks, describing the second confrontation with the Black Student Organization (BSO) in 1969. A handwritten note on the document states ...
    • Details on the Black Student Demands 

      Unknown author (1968-05)
      A summary of the Spring 1968 confrontation on the Kalamazoo College campus between the Black Student Organization (BSO) and the administration.
    • Eurodelphian Society decoration for Homecoming, 1967 

      Thoms, Susan Stuckey (1967)
      The Eurodelphian Society decoration on the quad for Homecoming, 1967.