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The festival takes place April 4-8 and includes performances by the Victor Garcia Organ Quintet, Gretchen Parlato Quartet, and Knox Alumni Big Band.
Knox Preserves Rare History of Underground Railroad
Knox College's student newspaper receives the most awards ever at the Illinois College Press Association competition.
After hearing Lecia Brooks, outreach director for the Southern Poverty Law Center, speak on the Knox College ...
The Pulitzer Prize winning poet will read from her own work as part of the 50th anniversary of Knox's Creative Writing Program.
Annual competition honors the memory of Natalie Veneziano '98, an avid Ultimate player at Knox College.
The fellowship, one of 30 awarded each year, recognizes exceptional junior faculty and allows them to pursue scholarly research and writing.
Students spend two weeks in Peru after taking a course on Andean culture.
The Galesburg and Knox communities join together to benefit the Special Olympics.
Brush with greatness. Student paints a display rail in the new Whitcomb Art Center, opening in January 20...
All incoming students will receive $2,000 to support research, study abroad, service, and internships.
Acclaimed Authors Rita Dove, Aleksander Hemon, and Marilynne Robinson to participate in celebration.
Knox College is in the top 25 nationally for great teaching, and highly rated in several other areas, in U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Whitcomb Art Center “bold, contemporary, technologically sophisticated, sustainable.”
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