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With assistance from the grant, more students are engaging in research, study abroad, service, and internship opportunities.
Is the Ouija Board moving? Professor explains why the ‘spirit’ game shivers at the touch
"Patchwork" album features original compositions by Cherry Street Combo members Zach Barnes '19 and Lindsay Smith '19.
Emily Wallace '21 discusses her experience with the winter term class Art Museum Curating, taught by Professo...
Knox College will no longer offer men's and women's tennis, starting with the 2020-21 academic year.
Knox students engage in dialogues on campus that promote social, political, and cultural understanding across differences of identity.
Longtime teacher and scholar, widely recognized for his research on Abraham Lincoln, passes away.
Knox College's sustainability efforts receive recognition for environmental progressiveness from Princeton Review and the Sierra Club.
Knox also was cited by the magazine as being one of “America’s Best Colleges for Student Voting."
Alumni and friends participate in nearly 100 events, including an art exhibition, an all-class reception, and the premiere of a documentary about Harley Knosher.
Employees of P.J. Hoerr, Inc. are making progress on the restoration work at the Umbeck Science-Mathematics Center.
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 Tuesday, December 10, 2019