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Larry Stites ’63 has announced that he will give another $100,000 to the Challenge if Knox receives gifts from 8,743 total donors by June 30, 2016.
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Knox Hosts Hogwarts Theme
Three alumni received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships in ecology and social psychology.
"Having the opportunity to share your work isn't unique to Knox, but to feel such affirmation and sincere enc...
Knox College students and faculty celebrate the lives and literary works of authors Miguel Cervantes and William Shakespeare.
Green Oaks Term, an immersive learning program, combines natural and social sciences with creative arts and small-community living, at a 700-acre biological field station.
The Knox College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa inducts 35 students on June 4, 2016.
A new exhibit by Knox College students examines the evolution over the past 75 years of one of the most iconic Marvel Comics superheroes, Captain America.
This year's Al Young Show, the only juried art show at Knox, brought more than 200 works of art to Ford Center for the Fine Arts.
Knox College facilities services staff gather at a tree donated in memory of Andy Pitman.
About 300 graduating seniors picked up their diplomas and listened to remarks from United States Senator Richard J. Durbin of Illinois.
Charlie Harned, Tawni Sasaki, and Adrian Secter have displayed "thoughtful, passionate engagement in the world around them."
Knox College's renovation of historic Alumni Hall is recognized with LEED Gold certification for efficient use of resources in design, construction and operation.
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