Seventeen years after her death, alumni and family remember the life of Andrea Racibozynski
With youth comes inconsistency
Up and down season nonetheless holds promise for future
Demonstrators demand higher wages
Knox MEChA stages protest coordinated with national day of action
High turnover rate in Knox athletics
High turnover rate either a cause for concern or excitement
Diversity, inclusivity study conducted, report to come
On April 15 and 16, Dr. Alma Clayton-Pederson and Sonja Armstrong with Emeritus Counseling Group were on campus as part of the diversity, inclusivity and equity scan of the campus they are conducting.
Uncertain future for Arabic at Knox
When announced to the students as an offering for Winter Term, the Arabic Workshop class filled with 20 people in five minutes. Now, students reflect on the workshop and its future.
Campus Safety: Alcohol violation, digging in the Quads
In this week's campus safety log: College sign damaged, alcohol violation in the dorms and student digging in the Quads.
News Briefs: California considers mandatory vaccinations
News Briefs: Local runs in Boston Marathon, California considers vaccination bill and Gazprom is accused of abusing dominance in Eastern Europe.
The final episode of ‘Jake and Amir’ is an ode to youth
The final episode of 'Jake and Amir' leaves fans feeling nostalgic.
Health and Wellness Week: A Knox tradition in its infancy
S.H.A.G. proves they care about your health.
Average Bear Reviews: Passion Pit’s ‘Kindred’ a messy effort
Passion Pit delivers a lackluster new album
Music News: Three bands with anticipated new material
Popular musical acts continue to be busy in the studio.
Activist group demands changes in sexual assault policy
Knox Power Alliance (KPA) has been working with national organizations to formulate a list of demands for improvement of Knox’s sexual assault policies. Our initial attempt to inform the campus of these demands, aside from a Title IX awareness event, was to place posters around campus. From the response on YikYak, we realized these posters […]
Barebacking and bugchasing
Barebacking, then, is as much about lifestyle and community as it is about sexual preference; the bonds engendered by the shared virus lead to a variety of prosocial behaviors.
Thoughts from the embers: Editor’s Roundtable, living situations at Knox
Living off campus is great as long as you’re ready to take on the responsibilities of maintaining your apartment.
Sitting with the seniors: Reflections on college life
The only way to reach our life goals is not to stop our progress on improving our skills and changing plans for achieving our life goals.
Time has come in Chicago
The Chicago Cubs were lucky enough to have two separate Opening Days this year: their season opener against the Cardinals on April 5, and their season opener with the best prospect scouts have seen in some time. Cubs fans can finally celebrate; Kris Bryant has arrived.
An unforgiving weekend for men’s tennis
Knox failed to hold off Lake Forest College and Carroll University Saturday, as both teams to swept Knox 9-0.
NBA playoffs: liberal arts edition
The NBA playoffs start this Saturday. While you might not be shaking with eager excitement by this fact, you might want to know who you would root for if you were interested. The best way to take an interest in a sport is to feel like you have a horse in the race.
Prairie Fire sports roundup
A roundup of weekly Prairie Fire sporting events.