BeLight (2012, January)
Features: It’s Big (The biggest grant in the College's history will help "K" graduates change the world) / by Jonathan Romero --Have Palate; Will Travel (Peripatetic foodie finds fare best when your own sweat's in it) / by Chris Killian -- Cirque du Colleen (Start with an invitation to play, add an externship and SIP, and you have a liberal arts recipe for a life's passion) / by Chris Killian -- The Good Woman of Erlangen (Ursula Leonhardt, retired director of the College's foreign study program in Erlangen, showed that the transformative power of studying abroad is fundamentally a matter of human relationships) / by Joe Fugate -- Swim Fam (Swim coach is returning Hornets to pool prominence) / by Paul Morgan -- Snow Tears (Japanese writer Sokichi Nagai attended Kalamazoo College in the early 1900s, and you can spot "K" in two of his stories) / by Margaret DeRitter -- Guilds Get Results! (Join the growth in student-alumni interaction through the Guilds of Kalamazoo College) / by Joan Hawxhurst -- Science and Tennis Bridge (The Soukup-Dombos connection is reinforced with family, tennis, science, and Kalamazoo College) / by Kaye Bennett -- Four C’s of Liberal Arts (A 1983 speech by retired professor of economics Phil Thomas suggests the value of a liberal arts education today) / by Phil Thomas -- Community Builder (Dana Bourland ’94 works to combine sustainability and affordability in community housing) / by Chris Killian -- “K” Away (Travel opportunities with Professor of Anthropology Kiran Cunningham (Sierra Leone) and Senior Instructor in Classics Anne Haeckl (Italy)) / by Anne Noble -- Great Links (Keep the "K" network strong with these two free tools) / by Kim Aldrich.
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