I AM KNOX
Knox celebrates Donor Thank You Days, when students' tuition and fees stop paying for the cost of their education and private gift support kicks in.
The 20th Annual Natalie Veneziano Winter Whiteout Tournament brought alumni and students together for a weekend of Ultimate Frisbee.
Five people with connections to Knox College, including President Barack Obama and comedian Stephen Colbert, attended the event in Washington, D.C., in honor of French President Francois Hollande.
Knox College has earned a spot on Peace Corps' annual list of the nation's top colleges for graduates who volunteer for the international volunteer community service and development program.
Megan Butler and Kimberly Anderson recount their international service experiences to show students that anyone can make a positive impact on the lives of others.
Dorothy Johnson Burkhardt, a 1939 Knox College graduate, multi-lingual scholar, Life Trustee of Knox, and long-time philanthropist, has died at the age of 96 at her home in Muncie, Indiana.
Folk singer Pete Seeger, who died January 27, and Helga Sandburg, Carl Sandburg's daughter who died January 28, helped Knox celebrate the 100th anniversary of Sandburg's birth in 1978.
Knox College students showcase food, fashion, entertainment, and education at International Fair 2014.
Knox in New York is a distinctive educational experience, with on-campus study plus travel to New York museums, work at the New York Studio School and networking with alumni.