Terp opens the stage to new student work in ‘Fractal Fusion’
Winter show will incorporate variety, collaboration
Winter weather Knox’s first hurdle
Days away from first game, Prairie Fire have yet to see diamond
Man arrested in Galesburg with 145 pounds of pot
Routine traffic stop led police to arrest for West Virginia man
The buzz about ‘The Vibrator Play’
Campus must come see what's 'In the Next Room'
Knox brings author and cultural theorist Dr. Jackson Katz to lecture
Encouraging discussion of gender violence prevention and critical media literacy, Dr. Jackson Katz will lecture in Harbach on Monday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m.
Student Senate to urge good samaritan policy
A freshman senator proposes a resolution to grant protections to students who report a drug overdose on campus.
Knox reduces deficit by $295,000
The college’s deficit has been reduced by $295,000, according to Vice President for Finance Tom Axtell. This figure was approved at the most recent quarterly Board of Trustees meeting.
Amott outlines vision for college
President Amott outlines her strategic vision for the college to Student Senate.
Ending the term on several notes
Knox's six graduating music majors have been composing, researching and even going to prison this past term.
Concentrating on ‘Pulp’
English literature majors capped off the term with intensive study in pulp fiction.
Tracks to have on loop for weeks 9 and 10
Spring break is just days away but this music can make it seem to come faster.
Finding humanity in ‘Hannibal’
A serial killer-based television series surprisingly opens discourse on humanity.
‘Sadistic violence’ in Chicago jail: Inmates deserve humane treatment
Imprisoned individuals have God-given human rights just like everyone else, so it is my belief that they deserve far better treatment than what they're allegedly being subjected to in Cook County.
‘Sadistic violence’ in Chicago jail: Change approach to ‘victimless crimes’
We have a clear and present need to rethink the way we treat drugs and their users in this country. A simple switch in sentencing (community service, drug/alcohol classes, etc.) could result in billions of dollars of savings.
U.S. role with Chinese aggression
A history professor once told me that if it weren’t for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, much of American international relations discourse would revolve around China instead of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Nye v. Ham creationism debate a disaster for science
Ken Ham carried the day by creating an image of himself as a scientist. He took the time to put his foot on Nye's ground and pretend it belonged there.
Knox softball an underdog in 2014
Despite being chosen to finish fifth in the MWC South, the Prairie Fire softball team remains confident in their ability to finish near the top of the standings.
Knox College sports briefs
Tennis drops a pair of matches, two wrestlers win at regional tournament, and track teams finish tenth at conference championships.
MLB forecast: The only constant is change
Editor Gavin Crowell details key storylines heading into the 2013 MLB season.
Men’s tennis stays cool under pressure
Led by MWC player of the week Max Gatyas the men's tennis team came away with wins over Ripon College and the University of Dubuque this past weekend.