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Surprisingly, perhaps, Knox Homecoming festivities on October 23-25 won't be the first virtual reunion for College alumni.
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She will join the College's senior leadership and advise President Amott and others on anti-racism initiatives to address continuing inequities on campus.
"Developing this production has been strange because of the absence of the importance of physicality and the ...
Workers at the student-run operation implement sustainable practices to produce food for the Gizmo and Hard Knox Cafe.
The online event features remarks from President Teresa Amott and alumnus Randell Strickland's keynote address, "Do Not Be Silent. Do Not Forget. Say Their Names."
Students move to campus, and classes begin as members of the Knox community work to ensure one another's well-being.
Rain Garant joins the Knox College staff as LGBTQ+ advisor and assistant director of intercultural life.
Knox also is among the magazine's "A-plus Schools for B Students" and "Top Performers on Social Mobility."
The 2019-2020 academic year marked the retirement of seven distinguished scholars and teachers: Christie Cirone, Jessie Dixon-Montgomery, Joel Estes, Fred L. Hord, L. Sue Hulett, Charles Schulz, and Lane Sunderland.
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 Saturday, October 24, 2020