Crumble shocks, intrigues students
'Crumble' stuns audiences with unconventional presentation and astounding acting
SMC renovation, art building now priorities
President’s Council presents results of fall trustees meeting
Rally raises voices of abuse survivors
Take Back the Night brings together community, supports domestic abuse survivors
PHOTO GALLERY: Alumni Hall
After closure for over 30 years, Alumni Hall opened on Saturday, Oct. 11
Campus Safety Log: Fraternity house broken into
Criminal damage at the Phi Gamma Delta house and banned subjects trespassing on campus are included in this week's campus safety log.
News Briefs: Soldier killed at National War Memorial in Ottawa
Voters influence hot button issues in Illinois, legendary editor Ben Bradlee dies at 93 and soldier shot and killed at Ottawa War Memorial make up this week's news briefs.
Don’t complain, connect with IT
Frustrated about Knox Wireless connectivity? Best solution is to contact to the source: Knox's IT Department.
Amott considers attorney for grievance cases
Teresa Amott has discussed the possibility of looking into an investigative model to handle grievance cases, instead of following the current Grievance Panel system. This would entail hiring a trained investigator, typically a lawyer specializing in Title IX cases.
Gwynneth VanLaven explores trauma in ‘Just Be Safe’
Knox alumna Gwynneth VanLaven '04 contemplates life experiences and society in her new exhibition.
Flix: “π” an exhilarating thriller
"π" is simultaneously enlightening and terrifying in the best possible way.
Slash’s “World on Fire” reinvents classic rock
Slash breaks away from his Guns n' Roses roots in his new solo album.
“Gotham” imaginative look into pre-Batman crime
"Gotham" contributes a new incarnation to the iconic superhero canon.
Responsibility and the need for action
Remember, unlike apathy, responsibility demands action, so even on your busiest days make sure you spend at least a moment giving back to the community that continues to support you.
Political Pundits: Ebola comes stateside
It is quite indicative of the American mentality that Ebola only became a hot-button issue for media and politicians (and thus the American people) when it appeared that we ourselves might be in some danger.
Thoughts from the embers: Stand for students, reform policy
Knox markets itself as a place where individuals can thrive and become part of a larger, more meaningful community. Overall, we as an editorial board see this vision emulated in many aspects of campus life, but we must also be wary of places where our community is threatened due to leftover policies of a backwards […]
Activist’s corner: Ferguson and beyond
At Knox recently, the ‘OneCommunity’ framing was challenged by the hashtags used in the action against the giving out of old Knox gear featuring our historical racial slur. Those hashtags were 'onecommunity', and 'whosecommunity.'
NBA general managers crown James in preseason poll
In this year's preseason poll NBA GMs predict a Cavaliers-Spurs final, would still choose to start a new franchise with James as premiere player.
Men’s soccer punches ticket to conference tournament
With consecutive conference wins on Saturday and Sunday the Prairie Fire men's soccer team secured their place in the Midwest Conference tournament, they now look to achieve home field advantage.
International break brings predictions
International soccer columnist predicts results of upcoming matches.
The good, the bad and the Arsène Wenger
Sports columnist Loye Oyedotun breaks down arsenal manager Arsène Wenger after Chelsea defeat