On Saturday, Feb. 2 the Knox-Galesburg Symphony will present the annual “First Chairs Forward” concert, a performance designed to showcase individual members of the KGS. This year’s recital will feature principal clarinet Eric Ginsberg, principal cello Carolyn Suda, and our own artistic director/conductor Bruce Polay, piano. It will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Kresge [...]
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Educating A Generation – An American Renaissance
With Lynette Lombard And Tony Gant
Chris Protas and the Fire Barn Gallery, in collaboration with the Grand Rapids Art Museum, presented “Project A,” a sculpture project by artist Tony Gant, and a presentation at the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s Cook Auditorium with Tony Gant [...]
Mike Prentice ’08 and Frank McAndrew (Psychology) presented research at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in New Orleans, January 16-20. Prentice was the coauthor of a presentation entitled “Goal impedance, anxiety, and reactive approach-motivation for ideals and worldviews.” His coauthors on this paper were from York University (Canada), the [...]
Monica Berlin (English) recently contributed to a collection of essays, Blurring the Boundaries: Explorations to the Fringes of Nonfiction (U of Nebraska P, 2013), edited by B.J. Hollars. The book reproduces Berlin’s award winning “The Eighteenth Week” and also includes a new essay on craft, “On Point of View.”
ISCPA CareerFest Internship & Job Fair
Friday, February 1
CareerFest Internship and Job Fair allows students an opportunity to network and interact with employers. It is a great venue for students and alumni to meet with employers and learn about future employment opportunities.
For more information about attending CareerFest go to [...]
Knox students from more than 50 countries will showcase food, culture and entertainment from around the world at the 32nd annual International Fair, Saturday, January 26. With 9% of the student body from outside the U.S., Knox has been ranked 23rd in the country for international diversity by US News & World Report.
Highlights of [...]
The Knox-Galesburg Symphony will present “First Chairs Forward”, featuring KGS principal clarinet Eric Ginsberg, KGS principal cello Carolyn Suda, and KGS artistic director/conductor Bruce Polay, piano. The performance is at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 2 in the Ford Center for Fine Arts’ Kresge Recital Hall. At intermission, Bruce Polay will be available for autograph [...]
On Monday, January 21, Class periods are shortened as follows:
1st period……..8:-00 – 8:45 am
2nd period…….8:55 – 9:40 am
3rd period…….9:50 – 10:35 am
Martin Luther King Day Convocation – 11:00 am
4th period…….1:20 – 2:05 pm
5th period…….2:15 – 3:00 pm
6th period…….3:10 – [...]
Friday, January 18
Round Room, Ford Center for Fine Arts
Film screening of El niño pez, the second film in the Pragda Spanish and Latin American film festival.
THE FISH CHILD (EL NIÑO PEZ)
Argentina, Spain, France / 2011 / 96 min / Spanish and Guaraní [...]