Knox Choir Fall Concert, Oct. 28

Sunday, October 28
2:00 PM
Kresge Recital Hall, Ford Center for the Fine Arts
The Knox College Choir is the premier choral ensemble of the College. Members of the choir come from a variety of backgrounds and academic interests. Under the direction of Professor Laura Lane, the choir performs concerts each term and tours annually. Comprised of roughly 55 individuals possessing a wide variety of majors and minors, the choir is an extremely diverse group of students that continuously strive for one goal: to share with others their passion for singing.

Lecture: Perspectives on Energy and a Liberal Arts Education, Oct. 25

Thursday, Oct. 25
4:00 PM
Alumni Room, Old Main
On Thursday, Oct. 25, David Bates ’78 will discuss his perspectives on Energy and a Liberal Arts Education. He is an Energy Lawyer at Gardere Wynn Sewell, Houston. Come and find out what he does, his perspectives on energy, and on a liberal arts education! Hope to see everyone come out and meet David M. Bates, hear what he has to say, and ask questions!

Caxton Club Presents: Claire Falck, Oct. 26

Friday, October 26
4:00 PM
Alumni Room, Old Main
Come hear Knox’s own Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Claire Falck, give a talk titled “Imagining God: The Divine Universes of Early Modern Biblical Epic.” She will focus on John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” and Lucy Hutchinson’s “Order and Disorder,” and how the two works center around a different image of God.
Come hear something awesome! Refreshments will be served, and all are welcome.

Studio Theatre: Desdemona: A Play About A Handkerchief, Oct. 25-27

Thursday, October 25-Saturday, October 27
7:30 PM
Studio Theatre, Ford Center for the Fine Arts
Come see the Studio Theatre production of, “Desdemona: A Play About a Handkerchief.”
Inspired by Bauer’s Shakespeare the Sadist, Vogel’s Desdemona is (what you might call) a re-telling of Shakespeare’s Othello. Set at some time in the past, in some room of the palace, the story follows only the tragedy of the three women (the tragedy that Shakespeare only dips his toes into), the tragedy of Desdemona (the Lady), Emilia (the Servant), and Bianca (the Whore). Beginning with Emilia’s stealing of the handkerchief, ending with the impending downfall of the distraught Desdemona, we ride the very funny (very tragic) roller coaster of what is happening behind closed doors. Desdemona brings the perfect combination of Shakespearian tragedy and modern-day comedy into the perfect, unconventional threesome.
This production is directed by Avery Wigglesworth ’13.

Graduate & Professional School Fair, Oct. 24

Wednesday, Oct. 24
3:30 PM
Lincoln/Skylight Rooms, Ferris Lounge, Seymour Union
The Career Center is hosting its annual Graduate & Professional School Fair on Wednesday, October 24. Representatives from over 55 graduate programs will be in the Lincoln Room in Seymour from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. to talk with students interested in learning more about admissions into their programs, the various programs their institution offers, and information about the application process and the typical candidate that applies to their program. Feel free to come by the Lincoln Room to chat about your graduate school options.