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Flunk Day 2021, a.k.a. "The Comeback Flunk," brought joy and excitement across campus with carnival games, delicious food, and more.
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Despite the pandemic, members of the International Club persevered with plans to celebrate students from different backgrounds and cultures.
Enjoy this beautiful sunrise at Green Oaks.
Happy summer solstice, everyone!🌞
The longtime student reading series is being conducted virtually this year but still draws eager audiences.
He taught at Knox for 46 years, retiring in 2013, and held the Robert W. Murphy Chair in Political Science.
President Amott writes, "We are hopeful that this verdict of accountability will catalyze more action for justice by showing that we can end police brutality and the systemic racism that feeds it."
Courses are open to current Knox students, students from other institutions, continuing education students, and high-achieving high school students.
McGadney will join the College on July 1, 2021.
Students translate and transcribe the testimonies of people in immigration detention centers.
Knox also was cited by the magazine as being one of “America’s Best Colleges for Student Voting."
Knox is second in Illinois and 45th in the nation when it comes to producing “happy and successful alumni,” according to Forbes magazine.
Knox College also is noted for its ethnic and international diversity and as an "A-plus school for B students."
Schools that are included in the guidebook were chosen primarily because of the quality of their academics.
Magazine ranking identifies colleges and universities offering a high-quality education at an affordable price.
Knox College's creative writing program is selected for inclusion in "Creative Colleges," a college guidebook that focuses on the best colleges for students interested in the arts.
Knox College is ranked #16 in the nation in The New York Times 2017 College Access Index.
Printed on Monday, June 21, 2021