The Knox Prairie Community Kitchen will resume its free meal service this Thursday, August 14, and there are still plenty of volunteer opportunities that need to be filled. The need for volunteers is always greatest during the summer months when many of our students are away. Please see the email link below to sign up [...]
In appreciation for the College’s generous support of the Knox-Galesburg Symphony, Knox faculty and staff are invited to attend the Saturday, June 28 Pops Concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Orpheum Theatre with tickets available to you at
BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE
Just show your I.D. at the Orpheum Box Office and select your [...]
The Winter 2014 issue of The Common Room, our student-edited online magazine of inter-disciplinary critical writing, is now on the (virtual) shelves. The current issue features essays in art history, film, history, music, literature and religious studies. Subject matter includes graffiti art, Walt Whitman, historiography of frontier medicine, Tchaikovsky, Jungian Catholicism, Gilles Deleuze, and [...]
The Support Group for African American Affairs (SGAAA) will hold its 15th annual scholarship dinner on Saturday, May 17, in the Knox Lincoln Room. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; dinner and program begin at 6 p.m., The program will feature Regional Superintendent Bonnie Harris, the Knox College Jazz Combo, and two earlier recipients of scholarships, [...]
From Lynette Lombard, Tony Gant and the Art Department:
Free Books! Professor Emeritus, the late Harland Goudie, had an impressive library. Much of his library has been given to the Art and Art History department at Knox. We’ve taken our share. The remaining books are free for you to take!
These are great books! Philosophy, [...]
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics Sarah Scullin
Nov. 1, Round Room, Refreshments starting at 4:00, Presentations starting at 4:15.
Title: Where Does It Hurt? Pain Problems in Ancient Greek and Modern Western Medicine
While the majority of us who suffer from back pain would prefer to pop a couple of pills rather [...]
From Laura Lane:
Dear colleagues, I write to tell you that Sunday’s Nova Singers concert is not like any other program I have ever conducted. It’s called We Sing Life. I wanted to wrestle with the idea of the universal human struggle with adversity. Each of us has known dark times. How do we [...]
From Campus Safety:
On Tuesday, 10-08-2013, representatives of the Galesburg Police Department confirmed that the “warning period” for persons failing to utilize the marked pedestrian crosswalks has ended. It is anticipated that persons who choose to cross “mid-block” in those areas where marked crosswalks have been installed will be subject to State of Illinois [...]
Hello Knox Faculty and Staff!
My name is Jmaw Moses, president of the Knox College Choir. I wanted to invite you all to participate in a tradition of the Knox College Choir: Leaf Raking! For two weekends, members of the Knox College Choir rake the leaves of members of the faculty and staff in order [...]
You are invited to participate in a number of events designed to welcome new students into the Knox community.
Wednesday, September 11
Engage – Explore
Get Involved in Galesburg!
Ford Center for Fine Arts (CFA) Lobby
You can choose to either engage or explore the Galesburg community.