Jeremy Cohen brings Ghanian culture to Knox
Artist-in-Residence Jeremy Cohen exposes students to Ghanian music and dance
College finalizes 2015-2016 tuition
Total fees break $50,000 mark for first time
Fast-paced, high-scoring formula works for Knox
En route to a historic season, Knox women focus on steals, transition play
Poems, protest dominate MLK Day
MLK Day provides rallying point for frustrated students
Jones discusses street harassment, race
Feminista Jones spoke to the Knox community on street harassment and race on Friday, Jan. 23.
Yik Yak anonymity leads to personal attacks
Controversial statements on Yik Yak were commonplace last week as the Black Lives Matter forum and related protests unfolded, leading members of the community to question whether it is an appropriate outlet for political and/or racial opinions.
College experiences cuts to Richter Funding
Competition for Richter grants may be stiffer this year, as the school received $20,000 less than last year in funding.
Stellyes Center working toward more black males abroad
The Stellyes Center for Global Studies hosted two events on Thursday, Jan. 22 targeted at black males and global opportunities. According to Robin Ragan, Director of the Stellyes Center, this was the first event the college had held that was directed at black men and global opportunities.
Eager students to bring back Art/ Zine Club
Art/Zine Club attracts forward-thinking artistic students.
Studio theater to present minimalist works
Student directors to perform bare stage shows this Friday.
Flix: “We Are the Best!” takes creative spin on punk rock
2013 film combines punk rock and childlike wonder.
Review: The Decemberists deliver mediocre effort
"What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World" doesn't exactly stack up to fans' expectations.
Day by day, Galesburg’s weather is changeable. Some days are unexpectedly warm and some days are unreasonably cold. Easily changeable weather is influential on our school life in terms of emotions, academic performance and health.
No matter how you feel about the former governor of Alaska, no matter how “dumb” you may see her as or how much you don’t respect her, as a feminist, is it acceptable to see one woman be trashed so often on television news resources and online?
The future of journalism
The point here is that people can go to the site for a variety of content and in doing so expose themselves to content that is actually substantial news. For more and more people, BuzzFeed is a primary news source, and most importantly, a legitimate one.
Social relationships and conflict: Reflections after “The Way to Love” by Anthony de Mello
We must be careful not to use affection like this in everyday life. And most of us are doing this to varying degrees. Desire blinds us, tainting the affection we have to offer with our own needs.
Manfred seeks to begin new era from ground up
When Rob Manfred ascended to the throne, accepting his new role as MLB commissioner, he laid out a clear path for where he wants the MLB to go. He essentially suggested a five-pronged approach.
FA Cup provides underdogs a shot
The FA Cup is the tournament where giant slayers in the mold of Jack are born. In a tournament involving clubs from all tiers of English football, it has become tradition for low clubs to punch above their weight and write their name in the history books. This weekend proved that the tradition still holds strong, with the only top five teams to avoid defeat being Manchester United and Arsenal.
Players react to Edwards’ departure
In losing head men’s soccer coach Matt Edwards, the players of the Knox College soccer team lost more than an athletic administrator. TKS met with several players on the team to discuss their reaction to the news, Edwards’s influence on the program and their hopes for the future of the program.
A week of football in review
A review of the major Champions League games.