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January 25, 2021 Gizmogram from Knox College
Meeting the Moment: A collection of clocks are laid out on display, each displaying the time as 10:10.

Making India's economy more inclusive. Getting humans safely to Mars. Making solar power an effective and affordable replacement for fossil fuels. Virtually eliminating cancer and other hereditary diseases. In the new online-only issue of Knox Magazine, meet four alumni who are looking for solutions to some of the biggest challenges we face in the 21st century—and finding them.


A Re-imagined Mirza Jazz Residency

The ongoing pandemic presents challenges, but also opportunities, so the traditional music event is shifting online and expanding its reach. "KeyNotes: Knox College presents the Jerome Mirza Virtual Jazz Residency" will spotlight seven global musical artists from January through May. Watch Camila Meza's January 24 presentation now.

Get Your 2021 Knox Virtual Desktop Calendar

Because of postal delivery delays, some members of the Knox community are still waiting for their 2021 Knox calendars. They’re on the way, but meanwhile, we’ve created a digital version you can display on your desktop.

Spanish Project Translates to Real-World Impact

A powerful marker of the Knox experience is the ability for students to engage with the world in meaningful and direct ways. Ashley Pineda ’22 got that opportunity in Spanish 205, translating audio recordings of individuals being detained at the Otay Mesa Detention Center.

Caxton Club Virtual Reading: Monica Prince '12 and Josh Tvrdy '17

Friday, January 29

Mirza Keynote: Amir ElSaffar presents “Beyond the Other Shore—Transcultural Music Making”

Sunday, January 31

Knox Service Award Nominations Due

Monday, February 1

Scroll of Honor Nominations Due

Monday, February 1

Knox-Lombard Athletic Hall of Fame Nominations Due

Monday, February 1

National Girls and Women in Sports Day

Wednesday, February 3

Alumni Achievement Awards

Friday, February 12

The Great Awakening and the Origins of Knox College

Wednesday, February 17

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Shuchita Poddar '22 talks about her Knox experiences: Watch the video

Shuchita Poddar ’22 grew up in India and always wanted to pursue writing. When she discovered Knox, she thought, “I have to go here.” Excited and proud about her development as a writer, she remembers how the first poetry class she took at Knox “totally turned my world upside down.”

I Am Knox: Shuchita Poddar ’22