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Knox College is in the top 25 nationally for great teaching, and highly rated in several other areas, in U.S. News & World Report rankings.
City Praise for Student Volunteers
Knox students and alumni will meet the new mascot and learn its name—chosen by students—at Homecoming
"If it weren't for the scholarship, I would have had to turn down going abroad," said Le. "The scholarship ha...
Home to the College's art and art history departments, the center will hold its first classes starting with winter term in January 2017.
Knox College students perform community service and tour Galesburg as they prepare for the new academic year.
New Knox Networking Program connects alumni and students.
Ngan Le '17 is one of five Knox students to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman Intenational Scholarship this fall.
The October 3-6 residency brings musicians to the Knox College campus for a week of intensive classes, workshops, rehearsals, and lessons.
The new academic year begins with a welcome from President Teresa Amott and an address from Vice President for Student Development Anne Ehrlich.
Night view of Knox College’s Whitcomb Art Center in the final stages of construction.
Knox College is a national leader in Washington Monthly magazine's annual "service-oriented" college rankings.
Financial publication's Index, described as "the best measure of a college's return-on-investment," places Knox among top 4 Illinois colleges.
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.
About 300 graduating seniors picked up their diplomas and listened to remarks from United States Senator Richard J. Durbin of Illinois.
Printed on Monday, September 26, 2016
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