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  • Military Life 

    Petersen, Miranda (2018)
    The artist writes "My exhibit is about the military and how it effects its service members during and after enlistment. I use a collaborative approach in my work so that I am not making assumptions or speaking for someone ...
  • Nonidentity 

    Orta, Michelle (2018)
    The artist writes "In this essay I discuss my experiences in Kalamazoo College. These experiences led to my exploration in abstract painting with acrylic paint and nontraditional tools, such as spoons and a putty knife on ...
  • Collapsed Linear Borders 

    Koreman, Julia M. (2018)
    The artist writes "My Senior Individualized Project (SIP), entitled Collapsed Linear Borders , is a sculptural body of work that responds to the rationalized aesthetics of commonly used mathematical systems. After researching ...
  • "When We Were" : An Exploration into Family and Memory 

    Johannsen, Zoe (2018)
    The artist writes "When We Were is for me, an exploration into the ideas of collective memory and shared history. I became interested in this idea of collective memory years ago in history class, and it has stuck with me ...
  • Comfort Creatures 

    Reilly, Erin (2018)
    The artist writes "I began my art career as a drawer and did not see myself expanding much from there. However, as I pushed myself to try new things, I realized what really excited me was creating three-dimensional art. ...
  • Portrait of Anyone 

    Carpenter, Dorothy (2018)
  • Before the Bunny : Shaping the Male Consumer in Early Issues of Playboy 

    Gavin, Charotte (2018)
    Playboy Magazine is a cultural sensation specific to American history that has generated a range of criticism and admiration from people of all ages and backgrounds as a result of the publication’s nude Playmate pictorials ...
  • Dream Drops 

    Sims, Amber (2018)
    The artist writes "Dream Drops is a studio art senior individualized project meant to explore instances of the mystical in mundane moments. A viewing of the work consists of an animated video projected on the central ...
  • Final SIP Reflection 

    Gaitan, Alicia DeJesus (2018)
    The artist writes "The purpose of this project is to explore and examine the Virgen de Guadalupe, and how her image is an icon that is circulated and utilized to conceptualize gender and sexuality within Mexican culture. ...
  • Fifty-Sixth Annual Commencement 

    Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1909-06-16)
    Commencement program for Kalamazoo College's Class of 1909. The programme included music and orations by graduating students: Laura Young, Fred Bradt, Charles DesJardins, Ruth Eaton, Helen Fletcher, Ethel Girdwood, Katsuji ...
  • Half the Chance at Life: An Investigation of Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality Rates in Calhoun County, Michigan 

    Seifert, Britta (2011)
    In Calhoun County, Michigan, the rate of infant mortality an1ong black mothers is nearly twice the rate among white mothers. Infant mortality, rooted in complicated and interrelated factors such as poverty, health care ...
  • Faculty Committee List, 2017-2018 

    Unknown author (2017)
    Includes standing and ad hoc faculty committees and their members.
  • Faculty Committee List, 2018-2019 

    Unknown author (2018)
    Includes standing and ad hoc faculty committees and their members.
  • Department Chairs, Program Directors, and Class Deans List, 2018-2019 

    Unknown author (2018)
    This is a list of faculty department chairs, program directors, and class deans for 2018-2019.
  • Faculty List by Division and Department, 2018-2019 

    Unknown author (2018)
    Lists of Kalamazoo College faculty by department, including department chair, rank, full time faculty, and part time faculty.
  • Kalamazoo College Student Newspaper (2018) 

    Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2018)
    Three issues of the student newspaper The Index from the 2018 Winter Quarter are included. To obtain permission to reproduce, please contact the Kalamazoo College Archives at
  • Leukocyte Recruitment into the CNS is Mediated via Microglia-Dependent Signaling Following Neurotropic Herpesvirus Infection 

    Webb, Connor M. (Kalamazoo College, 2018)
    Neurotropic viruses are diverse and can establish lifelong and lethal infections in the brain, inducing encephalitis and contributing to severe neurodegeneration. However, the mechanisms through which microglia, the brain's ...
  • Molecular Characterization and Susceptibility Testing of Extended Spectrum P- Lactamase (ESBL) Producing Enterobacteriaceae 

    Singh, Manbir (Kalamazoo College, 2018)
    Extended Spectrum p-lactamases (ESBLs) are produced by Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae. ESBLs are enzymes that bind and hydrolyze p-lactam antibiotics, rendering the enzymes ineffective. The p-lactamases identified ...
  • The Dynamics of Fitness and Metagenomic Trajectories in a Long-Term Evolution Experiment with E. coli 

    Jagdish, Tanush (Kalamazoo College, 2017)
    During evolution in a constant environment, large asexual populations undergo an initial phase of rapid fitness increase, followed by an indefinitely long period of slower adaptation. While the initial phase has been ...
  • The Effect of Rare and Novel Temperature Regimes on the Release of Cryptic Variation in the Fathead Minnow, Pimephales promelas 

    Schertzing, Claire L. (Kalamazoo College, 2018)
    Warmer temperatures brought about by climate change will have widespread effects on the physiology and life history of organisms. Importantly, populations will be increasingly exposed to novel environmental conditions. ...