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    • As You Meet Us 

      Unknown author (c. 1953-55)
      A booklet put out by the Women's League and sent to incoming first-year students as an orientation guide. The text gives a description of the various buildings, events, and people on campus.
    • 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.
    • Rules and Regulations Governing Women Resident Students 

      Unknown author (1967-03)
      This document gives a very detailed list of the rules concerning women's life in the dormitories. Focus is given to penalties and disciplinary measures regarding rule violations.
    • 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.
    • 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 ...
    • Black Student Residents in the Residence Halls... 

      Long, William G. (1969-02-03)
      The response from Kalamazoo College Dean of Student Affairs William G. Long to the memorandum from the Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding Black student residents in the residence halls and the hiring of Black ...
    • Revision Suggestions Connected with Draft Memorandum to the BSO in Regard to Admissions 

      Long, William G. (1969-03-13)
      Revision suggestions from Kalamazoo College Dean of Student Affairs William G. Long to President Weimer K. Hicks in regards to a response to be given to the Black Student Organization (BSO) about the admission of Black students.
    • Kalamazoo College Explores Its Traditions: The Black Student Organization 

      Unknown author (1997-05-07)
      A press release announcing the lecture/discussion on the founding of the Black Student Organization (BSO) at Kalamazoo College. Clyde Solomon, Class of 1971, and Romeo Phillips, Professor Emeritus of Education, spoke at ...
    • President's Response to Demands of June 1998 

      Jones, James F., Jr. (James Fleming), 1947- (1998-06-04)
      Letter from Kalamazoo College President James F. Jones, Jr. to the College Community responding to the demonstration led by the Black Student Organization (BSO) for more diverse faculty and staff.
    • Issues of Diversity Concerning Faculty and Administration 

      Unknown author (1998-06-04)
      A letter submitted by Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) to President James F. Jones, Provost Gregory Mahler, and the entire College community regarding diversity within the faculty and administration.
    • Third World Press Editor to Speak 

      Unknown author (1991-01-29)
      Press release announcing that Haki R. Madhubut (also known as Don L. Lee) will speak at the annual dinner sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo 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 ...
    • 1983 Chapel Program: A Black History Month Celebration 

      Unknown author (1983-02-18)
      A program for the Friday Chapel on February 18, 1983 at Kalamazoo College. Sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO), the main speaker Dr. Charles Taylor presented on "Black America: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow."
    • Program for Sixth Annual Black History Dinner 

      Unknown author (1983-02-17)
      Program for the Sixth Annual Black History Dinner sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College. The theme was "Black America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow."
    • 1971 Black Arts Festival 

      Unknown author (1971-04)
      Program of events for the first Black Arts Festival sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College.
    • Roundtable on Discrimination, Part I: Racism 

      Unknown author (1982-08-12)
      A memo to the campus community from Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) announcing a roundtable discussion on discrimination.
    • Visit of Congressman John Conyers 

      Unknown author (1979-02-07)
      An invitation to faculty members at Kalamazoo College to attend a lunch sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) in honor of their guest Congressman John Conyers.
    • 1982 Black Arts Festival 

      Unknown author (1982-05)
      A flier advertising the 1982 Black Arts Festival at Kalamazoo College. Sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO), the festival included a discussion with folklorist Mary Ruth Warner and poetry readings as well as ...
    • The Black Student Organization 

      Unknown author (1981)
      A booklet prepared by Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO) including the group's constitution, a brief history written by Professor Romeo Phillips, descriptions of activities sponsored by the organization, ...
    • Black Awareness Week Press Release 

      Unknown author (1974-05-17)
      A press release for Black Awareness Week sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College and held from May 20-25, 1974. The events included a performance by a Drama Troupe and Gospel Choir, student ...