Joy Westerman '15, who studied abroad to examine gender and women's studies issues in Europe, co-authors an essay on Rosi Braidotti's theories. The piece appears in an upcoming anthology.
Students Earn Awards in Nick Adams Short Story Contest
Continuing Knox College's streak of success in the competition, Alex Zimay is a co-winner for her story, "Infinite," and Kelly Clare receives an honorable mention for "What Remains, These." Full Story
Students Answer Burning Question
Knox College's traditional Prairie Burn brings together students and faculty as they set a controlled fire to ensure the preservation of prairie land at Green Oaks Biological Field Station. Full Story
Travel, Technology Blend in New 'Digital Storytelling' Class
Like many students who have studied abroad, Bekah Lauer felt challenged to explain the life-changing experience to others. A new class, Digital Storytelling, helps students overcome that challenge. Full Story