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  • Art Education Locally, Regionally and Nationally

    Posted April 26, 2010

    Kendall's Art Education Program is partnering with the Read More...

  • Students ?? Billboards to Appear on WOODTV8

    Posted April 21, 2010

    It is expected that very soon Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm will sign into law a bill that prohibits texting while driving. Read More...

  • Kendall Colors Helps High School Students Express Diversity

    Posted April 20, 2010

    Kendall Colors, a student diversity organization, helped at-risk students at Ottawa Hills High School in Grand Rapids express their diversity in a pair of murals created as a part of a series of activities presented by the Student Life Sub-Committee of the West Michigan Presidents ?? Compact. Read More...

  • Professor on the Run

    Posted April 19, 2010

    Painting professor Diane Zeeuw is on the run. Demonstrating talents beyond art and design, Professor Zeeuw has qualified for the 114th annual Boston Marathon, a prestigious 26.2-mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston. Running with bib number 1886, Professor Zeeuw will take part in this historic event on April 19, 2009. Read More...

  • Stache Bash 2010

    Posted April 17, 2010

    On April 2, 2010 Kendall students and their friends participated in the third annual "'Stache Bash," a facial hair competition combined with a facial-hair themed art show, entitled "Trimmings – Art for the Facialite," a collective show featuring local artists. Read More...

  • Interior Design Student Wins Honorable Mention

    Posted April 16, 2010 in Interior Design, Student

    Senior Interior Design major Quoc Quach from Kendallâ??s Studio IV Interior Design class received an Honorable Mention and a $200 cash prize in the 21st annual Read More...

  • Spring Break in New Orleans

    Posted April 12, 2010

    This past March a group of eight Kendall Students made their way to the city of New Orleans as part of an Alternative Spring Break trip. While there, they stayed with the organization Camp Hope. Housed in what was a middle school prior to Hurricane Katrina and located less then a mile from the lower ninth ward, Camp Hope is now one of the nation ??s largest volunteer base camps. Organizations such as Americorps and Habitat for Humanity utilize Camp Hope for affordable meals and housing while they volunteer their time in the city. Read More...


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