Monica Berlin (English) and Beth Marzoni ’04 have published a new poem from their ongoing collaboration. “[So, the day will become a small boat]” appears in the newest issue of Boston Review 40.1 (Jan/Feb 2015).
Nancy Eberhardt (Anthropology & Sociology) spent December break in Thailand conducting fieldwork near the Thai-Burma border and participating in a conference on Theravada Buddhism held at the École Française d’Extrème-Orient in the city of Chiang Mai.
Welcome back everyone!
The Campus Life Office is sponsoring an event to welcome all students, faculty, and staff to Alumni Hall on Monday, January 5, from 6:30-8 p.m. We want to celebrate this wonderful, beautiful new facility which will provide the Knox community a common work, study, and ceremony space for decades to come!
There will be pizza and soft drinks for those who stop by. You can enter your name for several fantastic and unique prizes to be raffled “off”, including a party for 10 at Ingersoll House with President Amott, dinner for you and some friends at Dean Behling’s house, bookstore and dining service coupons, and more. While you’re there, you can check out the great meeting and study areas in Alumni Hall which can be used by students, staff, and faculty alike!
Raffle prizes will be drawn at around 7:45 p.m., but you don’t need to be present to win!
If you haven’t seen the interior of Alumni Hall yet, this is your chance. If you have seen Alumni already, stop by for 5 minutes to celebrate Alumni Hall’s Winter Term opening with the rest of your Knox community!
The Campus Life Office wishes everyone a great beginning to Winter Term!