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    • Honors Graduates, 1959 

      Bennett, Carl D. (Kalamazoo College, 1959-06-08)
      Members of the Class of 1959 who graduated with honors (first row, left to right): Anne Colley, magna cum laude; John Agria and Nancy Tirrell, cum laude; Katheryn Edmonds, magna cum laude; and Mary Ann Wise, cum laude. ...
    • Katheryn Rajnak 25th Anniversary Celebration 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1993)
      Katheryn Rajnak, an Associate Professor of Physics, holds her framed 25th anniversary citation at a celebration held in her honor in 1993.
    • 25th Anniversary Recognition: Katheryn Rajnak 

      Wright, Wayne M., 1934- (Kalamazoo College, 1993-03-04)
      In honor of Katheryn Rajnak's 25th anniversary of teaching at Kalamazoo College, fellow Physics professor Wayne Wright delivered a tribute. He wrote, "As a member of a poorly represented group within our discipline, Kathie ...
    • Inside Kalamazoo College (1994, June) 

      Allen, Scotty (1994-06)
      Rajnaks Find Beauty Beneath the Surface | K College to Host National Conference | Support Beams | Faculty Grants | People in the News | Personnel Personals | Anniversaries
    • Inside Kalamazoo College (1989, June) 

      Allen, Susan W. (1989-06)
      Science Building Plans Proceed | Mathletes | Faculty Grants | People in the News | Personnel Personals |
    • Inside Kalamazoo College (1985, December) 

      Allen, Susan W. (1985-12)
      A monthly newsletter for faculty and staff at Kalamazoo College.
    • Inside Kalamazoo College (1984, August) 

      Allen, Susan W. (1984-08)
      In Memoriam | Bell Notes | Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey Presents Program | Summer Information Day at “K” | Theobald to Return to England | Howard Wolpe to Speak | “Round Trip” Has World-Premiere at “K” | Stryker Center Assumes ...
    • Inside Kalamazoo College (1985, May) 

      Allen, Susan W. (1984-05)
      Bell Dedication and Festival Scheduled June 2 | Gardner Ackley to Present Monroe Lectures May 21 | International Colloquium | Hornet Netters Compete in NCAA Division III Championships | Romeo Phillips Recipient of Fulbright ...
    • Inside Kalamazoo College (1984, September) 

      Allen, Susan W. (1984-09)
      Liberal Arts Colloquium Events Announced | Nontraditional Student Program Offers Courses on Opera, Election ’84 | “Arts of Africa” Exhibit at Hick’s Center | People in the News | Personnel Personals | Mediappearances
    • James P. Cadman diary, January to May 1858 

      Cadman, James P. (Kalamazoo College, 1858-05)
      James P. Cadman was a student at Kalamazoo College, initially studying in the Preparatory Department and then at the college level. He graduated in 1863 and then served in the cavalry during the Civil War. This diary, ...
    • Sherwood Prizes in Declamation program, 1908 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1908-06-15)
      In the 1908 Sherwood Prize Speaking contest, members of the Class of 1911 presented music and declamations. The speeches were recitations of well-known orators such as James G. Blaine's "The Death of Garfield," Henry W. ...
    • Kalamazoo College Quarterly (1992, Winter) 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1992-01)
      Is This Important Message For You / Hank Techentin -- Liberal Arts Education and Business / Dr. Lawrence D. Bryan -- On the Quad / Susan W. Allen -- Faculty Notables -- Experience Is King -- Imagination Is Your Only Limit ...
    • Spring and Fall: a short story by Nagai Kafu 

      Kafu, Nagai (Kalamazoo College, 1991)
      This article includes a translation of a short story by Nagai Kafu, who was a student at Kalamazoo College during the 1904-05 academic year. It was translated by Rika Hanamitsu and Conrad Hilberry, Professor of English. ...
    • Kalamazoo's Japanese Connection, 1900-1910 

      Strauss, David, 1937- (Kalamazoo College, 1985-11)
      This article presents information on five students from Japan during the first decade of the twentieth century. Three of these students were children of American missionaries: Ora Scott, Stella Fisher, and Royal Fisher. ...
    • Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad 

      Koenig, Richard (National Railway Historical Society, 2016)
      Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad is a comprehensive series of photographs made along the original route of the Pacific Railroad. A pictorial accompaniment to well-established textual histories ...
    • Growing Up in a Railroad Vacuum: Photography, Trains, and Mentorship 

      Koenig, Richard (Center for Railroad Photography & Art, 2017)
      This is a selection of railroad imagery the author made between 1975 and 1979. The title comes from one of the protagonists of the story who moved to Bloomington, Indiana, from central Illinois and was accustomed to more ...
    • Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad 

      Koenig, Richard (Union Pacific Historical Society, 2014)
      Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad is a comprehensive series of photographs made along the original route of the Pacific Railroad. A pictorial accompaniment to well-established textual histories ...
    • Our Alumni 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College Index, 1912-04)
      An article giving updates on alumni states "J.T. Williamson, '11, is teaching in Tuskegee Institute, Alabama."
    • Tuskegee Singers Please College Audience 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College Index, 1917-01-18)
      Two articles from the January 18, 1917 issue of The Index which mention 1911 graduate John T. Williamson and the Tuskegee Institute.
    • New Scholarship Honors 1911 Graduate 

      Allen, Susan W. (Kalamazoo College, 1991-01)
      An article in the Winter 1991 alumni magazine, The Kalamazoo College Quarterly, announces a new scholarship for African-American and Hispanic students. The John T. Williamson Scholarship at Kalamazoo College honors the ...