KCC in the news: Binda renovations, baseball and more

An exterior shot of the newly renovated Binda Performing Arts Center.

Here are some links to recent online media mentions of Kellogg Community College.

General News

  • Renovations to KCC’s Binda Performing Arts Center are nearly complete (Battle Creek Enquirer)
  • The first events to be held in the Binda Performing Arts Center will be free performances of “Sampled Shakespeare,” which mashes up scenes from the “Star Wars” movies, “The Big Lebowski” and the works of William Shakespeare (Battle Creek Enquirer)
  • KCC’s EMS students participated in an interesting blood-loss estimation exercise using fake blood last month (Battle Creek Enquirer)
  • KCC’s new Center for Diversity and Innovation has launched to “help the city of Battle Creek address institutional racism and racial inequities by building the capacity and institutions to tackle that work” (Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

Athletics News

  • KCC is hosting a six-week baseball camp starting Jan. 4 for players in first through 12th grades (Battle Creek Enquirer)
  • Former KCC baseball player Tyler Dudley has been selected to play for the United States Men’s National Fastpitch Softball Team (Battle Creek Enquirer
  • Former KCC pitcher Travis Wade has been named manager of the Kalamazoo Growlers (Battle Creek Enquirer)

For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest news releases online at http://daily.kellogg.edu/category/news-releases.