LuxEsto (2000, Summer)
Features: Rain by Camera Light / by Chris Wrobel -- The Value of Study Down Under (Kalamazoo College students journey to The Antipodes, and their lives are changed forever. Three individuals explain how) -- Kresge Extends College’s Challenge Grant Deadline (The Kresge Foundation has extended the deadline to June 1, 2001) -- Faculty-Student Research Presented in Stockholm (Siu-Lan Tan, Tom Evans, and Megan Bartlett studied how musically trained and musically untrained listeners visually represent music) -- International Students Share the World With Kalamazoo College (The experiences of Tsitsi Makombe and Juliana Wilth are examples of the benefits of international students) -- Endowment, Endowment, Endowment (Interviews with Carol Dombrowski, the College’s new Director of Development, and Steve Sylvester, the new Director of Alumni Relations) -- Four Tenure Track Professors Appointed (Joyce Anwera Kannan, Vivien Pybus, Matthew Filner, and Stephanie Winder are welcomed to campus) -- Career Development Office Provides New international Internships (Kai Littman has worked to introduce post-baccalaureate internships to the K-Plan) -- The Journey of Wen Chao Chen (One of Kalamazoo’s most beloved professors shares a draft of his memoir. Born in 1919 to a family of subsistence farmers, Chen’s long journey to the United States and Kalamazoo College may have provided a predisposition to an adventure like the K-Plan) -- A Story of Friendship (The letters of Kiyo Okami ’40 and Kalamazoo College President Paul Lamont Thompson are a study of friendship in a difficult time) -- Nisei Students at Kalamazoo College (In 1942-1943, four second-generation Japanese-American young men were able to avoid internment camps by attending Kalamazoo College) -- Sports (Spotlight: Jeff Gorton, Sue Nelson; Previews: Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Volleyball; Recap: Baseball, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Softball) -- CASA Speaks for Children in Pain (Ken Toll ’81 volunteers for a program that helps children in court) -- Learning by Neuro-Role (For Aash Bhatt ’01, walking a mile in the shoes of a prominent scientist is an excellent way to learn neurobiology. Assistant Professor of Biology Shubhik DebBrutman required Aash and 16 other students to take on the role of a well-known world leader in neurobiology for the department’s 2nd annual symposium). Contributions by Antonie Boessenkool, Tammy Matthews, Chris Wrobel, Christine Horton, Ken Toll, Jeff Palmer, Erin Rumery.
57 p. : ill.
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