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Meet Knox's first director of spiritual life, see the most important issues facing the United States this election season, and learn how Bridget Coughlin '94 is sharing her story of science as the new president and CEO of Chicago's Shedd Aquarium.
Sean Gormley '96 shares his story of coming out as a transgender man with his friend Philippa Cumming Stasiuk '96, learn how former Knox hardballer Max Utsler found his place in the Majors, learn about how Knox is addressing the wellness needs of today's students, and follow the step-by-step process behind Brad Musselman's honors project.
In the fall 2015 Knox Magazine, see how the Knox student body is a direct reflection of our changing nation, follow eight students as they photograph iconic Southwest landscapes; learn about Knox's newest immersive term—StartUp Term; and meet four new endowed professors.
In the spring 2015 Knox Magazine, see how Jane Strode Miller '81 is busting the myths of job success; learn how Matt Berg '00 is tackling some of the world's toughest and most complex challenges; and celebrate the 40 year anniversary of Knox's TRIO Achievement Program.
In the fall 2014 Knox Magazine, learn about technology's evolving role in the academic program and how, at its heart, it allows professors to do what they've always done best -- engage with their students. Learn more about educational technology and how to flip a classroom.
In the spring 2014 Knox Magazine, learn how young alumni and current students have created their own success with their Knox education, meet four new interesting faculty members, and see a flashback of Pete Seeger's performance at Knox.
In the fall 2013 Knox Magazine, see where college and community meet through KnoxCorps, learn how alumni are living their education, meet a few of the Knox faculty who take courses from their colleagues, and see how trees are a natural punctuation mark on the story that is Knox.
In the spring 2013 Knox Magazine, follow the cross-country adventure of two international students, find out why David Fridovich '74 is compelled to lead, and view Knox at night.
high tunnels on campus
where students grow vegetables for the Knox community.
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