Alumni Hall (Photo Gallery)
Photos of the interior of Alumni Hall
Move-In Day (photo gallery)
New students move into their freshman dorms on the first day of New Student Orientation.
Terpsichore differs from years prior but show goes on
Terp affected by changes in dance department
Student dancers will amaze this weekend
Hard work of two grueling terms comes through in 2014’s must-see Dance Ensemble show
This Week at Knox
Union Board will be sponsoring a trip to Six Flags and Caxton Club will be hosting an award-winning poet this week
Voting opens for Student Senate
Students are now able to cast their votes for their 2014-2015 Student Senate representatives.
This week at Knox
KnoxMoves kicks off the year with reception and the Vovis Center hosts a workshop on holding productive meetings this week at Knox.
Salmon bake stirs up crowd
Salmon-lovers from all around gathered at the Sitka Salmon Bake this Saturday.
Apps that analyze your data for your gain, not theirs
Facebook selling user information feels wrong, but here are a couple apps that creep on your profile so you can better understand yourself, friends and the world.
Interfaith talks for campus enlightenment
Panelists and members of a recent interfaith dialogue feel that religion can add a necessary depth to talks about campus issues.
Procrastination Station: Websites for summer surfing
In this week's installment, Casey Mendoza shows where to find the latest and greatest apps.
‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ rekindles love of mutants
There have been a lot of X-Men films in recent years but TKS's Film and TV Critic thinks this one is still worth going to.
Interacting with perception: the pseudoscience of hypnosis
Taking a look at your brain during hypnosis reveals many insights into the fascinating world of perception.
Growth through discourse
With the last issue of the year, columnist Leland Wright reflects on the growth that comes with writing an opinion piece.
The renaissance student
Senior Alex Burik reflects on his experience studying at Knox.
The voice of reason: over and out
Graduating senior Matt Barry looks back on four years of column writing for TKS.
Lawrence has high hopes for women’s soccer
The Knox College Prairie Fire women’s soccer team has a fresh new face for their program who’s looking to turn things around. Coach Paul Lawrence, who is from Bournemouth, England, is looking to not only become an adequate coach but rebuild the women’s program into something they’ve never been before.
White says farewell to his Knox career
Jackson White reflects on Knox career as a student, athlete and member of TKS staff.
The mystery of Manny Ramirez
In Ramirez, the Cubs get a career .312 hitter who recorded 2,574 hits and 555 home runs. More than that, however, they get someone who understands the game and the approach to hitting exceptionally well.
Sports dynasties and the impressionable mind
While some fas cheer their favorites and others despise them, it's all for the love of the game.