Students applying for the Honors program may also apply for office space in Seymour Library.
Applications are judged exclusively on the basis of the applicant’s articulated planned use of library resources, both digital and print.
Application forms may be obtained online or at the Seymour Library Reference Desk.
Applications are due Monday, Oct. 8 by 4:30 p.m. They should be turned in at the circulation desk in Seymour Library.
Stumped: The Pornography of Disability
Tim Dean, Professor of English and Director of Humanities Institute at University of Buffalo and author of Beyond Sexuality and Unlimited Intimacy: Reflections on the Subculture of Barebacking, blends psychoanalysis, Queer Theory and Disability Theory to examine pornography that represents non-normative bodies. Monday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. in SMC E117 The Francois Classroom. Sponsored by Student Health Advocacy Group, Center for Intercultural Life, the Psychology department, the Gender and Women’s Studies program and Common Ground.
Knox now has an actual bike shop. The bike club and the sustainability office are partnering in different ways to stock it with bike tools and parts, but we also need standard tools. So if anyone has old or duplicate tools they’d be willing to donate, we’d certainly put them to good use. I’m talking about hammers, screwdrivers, pliers, mallets, etc. Consider also donating unused dust collecting bikes to the bike share program.
Second, Wilson house gets used for a lot of different events, many of which bring in lots of disposable dinnerware. We’d like to stock the ample kitchen there with silverware and dinnerware that could be washed, to make the house and kitchen more green for all the different picnics, parties and dinners that happen there. I don’t think we’re really interested in single items, but if anyone has old sets of silverware, plates, bowls, cups, glasses, etc., we would also put them to good use.
If you have anything you think may be useful for either of these two projects, contact Todd Smith, Ext. 7541.
Frank McAndrew (psychology) made a presentation and participated in a panel discussion on teaching careers at liberal arts colleges in Columbia, Missouri on October 2. The event was sponsored by the University of Missouri’s Graduate School as part of their “Preparing Future Faculty” program.
The Knox community will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for a Fall Open House on Monday, Oct. 8. This will be an important and exciting event for us as well as for our guests. If you are able to take a few extra minutes with any of the students or families you meet, your efforts will make a lasting impression and exemplify the best of what our College has to offer. If you have any questions or want more information, call the Admission Office at extension 7100.