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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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After weeks of anticipation, students enjoy a day of games, food, and a glow-in-the-dark dance party at sunset.
The latest issue of Knox Magazine is out! Take a look! http://www.knox.edu/alumni/knox-magazine-and-more/spri...
Earth Month activities at Knox conclude with the Earth Day Festival, featuring campus organizations and local businesses.
While studying abroad in London, England, Abdulsalam Oganla '16 organizes a soccer tournament to raise money for a school in South Sudan.
Summer enrichment program runs from June 20 to July 1 for students entering grades three through nine.
An international relations major with a minor in philosophy, he will teach English in Mongolia.
Fifteen Galesburg public school students are formally inducted as George Washington Gale Scholars in a ceremony at Knox College's Alumni Hall.
Teams combine talents in computer science, art, creative writing, and other subjects to design games, including one with a crime-fighting monkey.
Grounds staff places flowers in a planter outside Alumni Hall.
The Knox College Office of Alumni Relations organizes a trip focusing on the culture and people of Cuba, as well as the life of Ernest Hemingway.
Computer science professor John Dooley publishes a new book in the history of cryptography—"Codes, Ciphers and Spies: Tales of Military Intelligence in World War I."
The Knox Jazz Ensemble and Cherry Street Combo perform in front of thousands while touring in China over spring break.
Printed on Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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