September 09, 2013
Orientation leaders and a couple of new KNOX students show how to spell "Fun" on move-in day.
Hundreds of new Knox College students -- first-year, international and multicultural -- moved into residence halls and began Orientation activities from September 4 through 7. Photo coverage by Peter Bailley and Kent Kriegshauser.
|International and Multicultural Orientation|
|Special activities for new international and multicultural students included an international dinner hosted by Egyptian native and Will Azer (left) and something fun with a parachute (right). More photos on the Knox Flickr channel.|
|Move In, Settle Down|
|Current students and staff helped new students move stuff from cars to rooms. Once in their rooms, new students did their own things. More photos from "Move-in Day" on the Knox Flickr channel.|
|¡Hola! & Au Revoir|
|Students, families and friends were formally welcomed to campus by President Teresa Amott, Dean of the College Laura Behling and Dean of Admission Paul Steenis. More "¡hola!" and "au revoir" photos on the Knox Flickr channel.|
|Fun & Serious|
|Orientation leaders make sure that orientation is fun! They also make sure that you show up for serious orientation business, such as how to do research in the library (right). More on the Knox Flickr channel that shows what Orientation is really like.|