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Spring 2012


Megan Scott

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Spring 2012 -- Volume 96, Issue 1

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This commemorative issue of Knox Magazine is dedicated to the rich and storied history of Knox College. President Teresa L. Amott opens the issue with an essay on the vision of Knox's founders and the continuing importance of a liberal arts education. The articles that follow explore a few of the people, places, events, and traditions that have contributed to Knox's storied history -- from long-lost campus traditions to an exploration of student activism on campus; from first-hand accounts of significant historical and athletic events to visions of the prairie, odes to pioneering alumni, and a guide to the final resting place of our founders. And, as President Amott says at the close of her essay, "may you be empowered by the idea that is Knox College."


Letters: Read the editor's note and letters to the editor.

President's Message: The Gift of Our Founders

Class Scraps, Bows, & Beanies: An Ode to the Lost Traditions of Knox College

Revolution: How Student Initiatives Change the College

Our Prairie Home: A Green Oaks photo essay by Chip Williams '85

'O Pioneers!: Knox Alumni Change the World

Pivotal Moments in Knox History: First-hand accounts of events that made lasting impressions on the College

Harley's Favorite Moments: Long-time director Harley Knosher recalls Knox's successes on the field

Hope Cemetery: The Tie that Binds College and Town

Flashback: Centenary Celebration

Stay Connected: Catch up with your classmates and friends!

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