Kalamazoo College's Student Newspaper
By Mike McCann, Sports Editor The Women’s Tennis team responded to a tough conference loss to Albion last Sunday with a solid weekend on the court. The Hornets went 2-1 overall, … Continue reading
By: Daniel Herrick, Staff Writer With a 9-0 win at Trine on April 17th, the Men’s Tennis team guaranteed themselves a share of the MIAA regular season title, extending their regular … Continue reading
By Brittany Worthington, Staff Writer
Frelon celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of their annual show Friday night with a full house and a variety of crowd-pleasing performances. The show got off to a late start. There were more people than available seats. Seven people were asked to volunteer to leave in order to allow room for out-of-town family members. Not distributing any pre-show tickets to students during the week leading up to the performance resulted in overcrowding. However, the delayed show was well worth the wait.
By Emily Guzman, Staff Writer
It’s Monday of fourth week and I’m at the Index meeting. Voices drop to signal the end of story pitches. “So what do you guys want to write?” asks Matt, our executive editor. If I sink low into my chair and appear to be in the middle of an important text conversation, maybe Matt won’t notice I haven’t volunteered to write an article. I hesitate this week because of the exceptionally heavy workload. What a burden an article will be, I think, since I allot myself the same time to write and research it as I do an essay for class. I volunteer myself anyway. Two days later I ask my English professor for an extension. I submit a Spanish essay late because I was conducting interviews. I neglect other assignments as the week progresses.
By Philip Mulder, Staff Writer
With Sodexo’s contract up for renewal, food has become the talk of the campus. It seems to me that opinions on food service fall roughly into two categories: more local and organic food, and I don’t care. For those in Group One, the thinking is that local food not only tastes better, but also is better for Earth and society.
By Rachel Leider, Web Editor
Humorous yet uncomfortable, Yussef El Guindi’s “Back Of The Throat”, premiering in the Dungeon this Thursday April, 26th, will be the third installment in Kalamazoo College’s Theatre & Social Justice season.
By Kelsey Donk, Web Editor In 1981, Greek musician Pavlos Vassiliou was fed up with his country’s integration into the European Union. He decided to open a tavern in Athens to … Continue reading
By Allison Tinsey, News Editor The time for making on-campus housing choices for next year is fast approaching, as spring quarter reaches the halfway mark. Study abroad decisions and dates are … Continue reading
By Jen Wendel, Staff Writer Last spring, Chelsey Shannon (K’14) had a dream about starting a feminist zine with the girl who sat next to her in a women’s studies class. … Continue reading
By Emily Townsend, Arts & Entertainment Editor
The Counseling Center, the Health Center, S3A, SHAG, POWER, the Arcus Center, and an Episcopal theologian are teaming together to create a program called,“Let’s talk about…SEX…at K, ” which will include seven events during forth and sixth week.