Friday, March 1
All Day (beginning 8:30am)
Lobby, Seymour Library
Seymour Library will host a FREE book giveaway Friday, March 1 beginning at 8:30 a.m. and continuing into the weekend, as supplies last. Come browse for books, journals, and miscellaneous treasures.
Diasporic Flavours: A Night with Cynthia Nelson
Thursday, February 28
Ferris Lounge, Seymour Union
Caribbean cuisine is a true representation of food that has travelled and adapted. Drawing its influence from multiple cuisines, the food of the region is simultaneously a nod to the past as it continues to create [...]
Rep Term Begins Thursday, Feb. 28
The Green Bird: Italian comedy from 1765 by Carlo Gozzi, directed by Liz Carlin-Metz
The Caucasian Chalk Circle: Bertolt Brecht’s 1944 ‘parable play,’ directed by Jeff Grace
Thursday, Feb. 28, 7:30 p.m. The Green Bird
Friday, March 1, 7:30 p.m. The Caucasian Chalk Circle
Community Conversation on How Food Matters
Wednesday, February 27
Q’s Cafe, Galesburg
Come join the conversation as local and international culinary artists share their experiences and insights on “How Food Matters” at Q’s Cafe, 319 E Main St., Galesburg. Participants include Knox student Yj Yi, Phil Dickinson of the Landmark, [...]
“The Market is Ugly” by Gabrielle Raley
Monday, February 25
Round Room, Ford Center for Fine Arts
Professor Gabrielle Raley will deliver a talk titled “The Market is Ugly: On the Strange Creation of Commercial Art” at 4:00 p.m in the Round Room, CFA. Prof. Raley’s lecture is based on [...]
Monica Berlin (English) presented at the “Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900″ alongside her collaborator, Beth Marzoni ’04. The pair gave a formal reading, selections from “Dear So & So,” and discussed the nature of collaboration in both writing and teaching at the 40th anniversary of this annual conference.
Over the weekend, the Knox Jazz Ensemble and the Knox Cherry St. Combo performed at the Elmhurst Jazz Festival (competing against 37 college and university jazz ensembles) and return home with great success and a Knox first.
The Cherry St. Combo was awarded one of only four outstanding combo awards at the festival, and all [...]
“Contemporary African-American History: From 1963 to Today”
Monday, February 25 at 4:00 p.m. in Ferris Lounge.
Dr. Payne’s presentation and visit are part of Knox College’s ongoing CommUNITY inclusivity initiative. There will be an opportunity to meet and talk with Dr. Payne at the ABLE Center from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Dr. Payne’s presentation [...]
Rep Term Presents: “The Green Bird,” The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” Feb. 28-March 9
Knox’s unique “total immersion” theatre program– Repertory Theatre Term — presents “The Green Bird,” an
18th-century comedy by Carlo Gozzi; and “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” a 20th-century drama by Bertolt Brecht, in nightly rotation from February 28 through March 9 in [...]
Want to get engaged? The Celebrate Service Fair is for you!
Lincoln Room February 26, 4 p.m.– 6 p.m.
(Engagement Party: Refreshments and door prizes)
Meet our Community Partners and Knox Clubs who sponsor service projects!
The event is sponsored by the Mark & Jeannette Kleine Center for Community Service and Knox’s Government & [...]