Josh Tvrdy reflects on reconciling sexuality and religion
Crawford drops second video
TKS sat down with senior Eric Crawford, commonly known as Craw the Sage, to discuss the upcoming release of his newest music video, "Fo the Famo"
Volleyball spikes to top of MWC
Volleyball shows strong in first matches, proves leadership in conference
Storytelling project aims to unite community
"The Air We Breathe" highlights immigrant experience
News briefs: Senate seeking new diversity chair
A Monmouth student was charged with a Class C misdemeanor after he threatened another student
Dining Services combats mice
A dead mouse was found in the cafeteria during dinner on Saturday — an incident that may be indicative of a larger rodent problem in Seymour Union.
Building dorm is possible, depending on enrollment
The college weighs the possibility of growing its enrollment and what that means for housing
Campus Safety Log: Campus Safety responded to report of stolen vehicle
Campus Safety responded to alcohol violations, missing key in this week's Campus Safety Log
Carmack to release “Chill”
Senior Brendan Carmack, stage name Grizzwald, is spending a lot of time at WVKC. As a local rapper and producer, Carmack is honing his talents while the resources are still freely available.
Guest artist teaches students how to samba
Dill Costa of Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music visits classes Contemporary Dance I and Music in the African Diaspora.
TKS Asks: What’s your week five survival plan?
Students talk about trekking through the Midterm slump.
Knox: then and now
Thoughts from the Embers: Hold Senate accountable this year
Their position is as symbolic as it is quite literal — senators work with a fund that comes directly out of student tuition. They vote on where and how they use this money.
Editor’s notebook: Openings for columnists and layout editors in TKS
We're looking for columnists and writers in TKS
TKS asks: What’s the biggest issue facing Knox?
Students respond to their biggest concerns at Knox
The problem with mandatory reporting
In the end, this issue is controversial for all of us. As a rape crisis advocate who has spoken to countless survivors about this and other issues, I am personally against most mandatory reporting policy.
TKS player of the week: Sierra Daniger
Freshman goalkeeper Sierra Daniger has had a large part in helping the Women's Soccer team make its climb to the top.
Knox hires new golf coach
The Knox athletics department welcomed the newest member of its staff last week: new head Men’s and Women’s Golf coach Robert Jan. Jan has a close relationship with the Prairie Fire. As a member of the Millikin University golf team in the late 80s and early 90s, Jan battled Knox and then-coach Harley Knosher on several occasions.
A force to be reckoned with
Knox has quite a few spectator sports that draw a mass following of fans. Knox Cross Country is not one of those sports.
TKS player of the week, Rose Griffin
Volleyball player Rose Griffin selected for impressive performance against Lake Forest