You are invited to attend the art opening of paintings by Knox Artist in Residence Danielle Kimsey on Friday, Sept. 28 at 5 p.m. at The Box Gallery on Simmons and Kellogg Streets. The opening will begin with an artist’s talk followed by a reception.
Studio Theatre: Death to The Audience
Friday, Sept. 28 – Saturday, Sept. 29
Studio Theatre, Ford Center for the Fine Arts
Come to “Death to the Audience,” a Studio Theatre production in Knox’s 40ft x 60ft flexible “black box” theatre-a room within which the arrangement possibilities are nearly endless, [...]
Steve Fineberg, Szold Distinguished Professor of Classics
“Theseus and the Krommyon Sow”
Friday, Sept. 28 – 4:15 p.m.
Round Room (refreshments beginning at 4 p.m.)
About the talk, Fineberg says: “This talk examines a striking moment in the mythological biography of the Athenian hero Theseus. As Plutarch tell us, the heroic [...]
Friday, September 28, 7:30 PM
Kresge Recital Hall, Ford Center for Fine Arts
The Knox College music department presents a duo piano recital featuring Katherine Palumbo and Ashlee Mack. The program will include Sonata by Paul Bowles, Nuages from Nocturnes by Claude Debussy, Souvenirs by Samuel Barber, and a world premiere by James [...]
“Turing @ War: Alan Turing at Bletchley Park”
7:00 PM, Sept. 27. Room E-117, Science-Mathematics Center
Alan Mathison Turing (1912 – 1954) is considered the founder of modern computer science and the most influential mathematician involved in the breaking of the German Enigma cipher machine by the British during World War II. This [...]
Written by Paul Slade Smith, this delightfully hilarious farce involves a cheap motel room, an embezzling mayor, his female account, two undercover cops, and a video camera. Sounds straight forward, but who has taken the money, who has hired a hit man, and why does the accountant keep taking her clothes off?
Performances are [...]
Monday, September 17
Ferris Lounge, Seymour Union
Join this discussion on the United States Constitution in recognition of Constitution Day and Community Week 2012.
Moderated by Alex Uzarowicz of the Knox Conservatives and Gretta Reed of the Knox Democrats, this conversation explores the rights embedded in the U.S. Constitution. [...]
Every year some 80-100 students who are beginning graduate school receive Javits Fellowships. These fellowships are administered by the U. S. Department of Education and provide stipends of up to $30,000 per year. Javits Fellows are eligible for up to four years of support. Fellowships are available for most major areas of study in the [...]
Each year the Rhodes and Marshall Programs offer free tuition and maintenance for study in Britain for two years. Thirty-two Rhodes and at least forty Marshall Scholarships are awarded annually to American students; Rhodes scholars study at Oxford, Marshall scholars study at universities throughout Great Britain.
These are the most prestigious–and competitive–awards for which seniors [...]