Dear Knox Community,
In the continued effort to make sure the entire Knox community is well informed of College happenings, as well as larger trends in higher education, I am pleased to introduce to you the inaugural Knox 101: Brown Bag Lunch Series.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 29 at noon in Ferris Lounge [...]
Defamation: A Courtroom Stage Drama with a twist; the audience is the jury
Thursday Oct. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Kresge Recital Hall, Ford Center for the Fine Arts
Knox students, faculty and staff (mandatory for first-year students as part of orientation) are invited to the Center of Intercultural Life presentation of Defamation, a [...]
Tim Kasser, Psychology, recently gave several more talks in Australia. He gave two public talks on “Consumerism, Society and our Ecological Future: A psychological, empirical approach,” one in Canberra co-sponsored by Australian National University and the Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation, and the other in Sydney sponsored by the Institute for Sustainable Futures at [...]
The Truth About Death and Other Stories, by Robert Hellenga, will be published by Bloomsbury. Publication date not set yet. The Truth About Death is a new novella. Seven of the eight “other stories” have been published previously.
Monica Berlin (English) and Beth Marzoni ’04 have published two new poems from their ongoing collaboration. “[Where we stand, here a line of doors]” and “[Took on nearly the length of the river & almost]” appear in the 25th anniversary issue of Free Verse (summer 2014).
Schedule for Fall Institute Sessions:
2nd Period: 9:20 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
• First-Year “Class-Specific” Session – Explore, George Davis Hall (GDH), Room 303
• Community Arts Education: Dance and Civic Engagement, Auxiliary Gym
• Experiential Learning: What Is It?–George Davis Hall (GDH), Room 105
• Study Abroad: How? Where? [...]
Cecilia Conrad of the MacArthur Foundation will present a lecture, “Inspiring Creativity,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 21, in Harbach Theatre in the Ford Center for the Fine Arts. The event is free and open to the public.
Conrad is vice president of the MacArthur Fellows Program, often referred to informally as the “genius [...]
The second annual Jerome Mirza Jazz Residency brings world-renowned saxophonist, composer, bandleader, and music educator Donny McCaslin to Knox for a week of intensive workshops with Knox students, culminating in a final concert that is free and open to the public.
Thursday, October 23
Harbach Theatre, Ford Center for the Fine [...]
In just a few short weeks, the Knox College Department of Theatre will open the first production of the ’14-15 season: The Caffe Cino Project, Oct. 29-Nov. 8.
In 1958, a coffeehouse known as the Caffe Cino opened in NYC’s Greenwich Village and eventually began staging plays by up-and-coming playwrights. This cafe theatre initiated the [...]
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