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The 2012 Green Oaks Term drew to a close with a celebratory reunion May 25-26 that brought together dozens of former “Oakies,” current Knox College students, and other friends of Green Oaks. Events included a barn dance; a picnic-style dinner; … Continue reading
This is a video made by Jesse Sindler ’13. He likes to go “log walking” and wanted to share that.
This post was written by Steve Galdek ’12 The Green Oaks Term affords us all a lot of time to pursue interests outside of classwork that being on campus cannot. Although we take three classes as we would during a … Continue reading
At Green Oaks, the students do all of their own cooking, dishes, cleaning, and household chores. Three groups, of four students each, rotate weekly through a cycle of cooking, cleaning, and dishes. I thought it would be nice to be … Continue reading
Today, we took a day trip to Fulton County, where visited the Dickson Mounds Museum, Emiquon National Wildlife Refuge, and Oak Hill Cemetery. At the Dickson Mounds Museum, resident anthropologist Alan Harn, who has been researching the history of Native … Continue reading
Knox College alumnus Chip Williams ’85, a professional photographer and assistant professor of photography at Appalachian State University, visited Green Oaks in 2011. Take a look at some of the images he captured.