Men’s soccer gives Knox somebody to love
The men's soccer team has turned its program into a winner
Caffe Cino brings Greenwich Village to Knox
Series of plays recreates the artistic lifestyle of 1950s New York City
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
Family Planning may come to Knox
The Health and Counseling Center is currently in the process of bringing Family Planning Services to campus.
Political Science professor merges theory with action
Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Jim Nowlan is using his experiences in Illinois politics to fuse political theory with political activism.
New program for business students
Beginning Spring Term 2015, the Knox Business and Computer Science Departments will be offering a new immersion program called “Kickstart Startup Term.”
Campus Safety Log: Public intoxication on campus, private property accidents
Disturbances in the Gizmo, intoxicated guest and loose dogs highlight this week's campus safety log.
Playwrights’ Workshop displays raw talent
Playwrights' Workshop exhibits students' raw talent.
Donny McCaslin inspires jazz students
The esteemed saxophonist performs in Harbach after a week-long residency.
Fall Playlist: Contemporary Classics
Music for easy listening
‘The Book of Life’ a captivating visual masterpiece
Animated film presents stunning visuals and a culturally-rich story.
Critics welcome, hold TKS accountable
As a journalist, my goal is to give voice to Knox students and tell their stories. On behalf of The Knox Student, I aim to provide the campus with an accurate, fair and reliable news source that holds those in power accountable for their actions and their words. I demand that our reputation is consistent with our goals.
Open letter from Student Senate
In no way do we wish to minimize the efforts of those students who have taken a stand, nor are we hoping to silence those brave voices; rather, we are asking that the people behind those voices please take into consideration the different ways in which people cope, and respect the emotional well-being of their peers.
Campus must focus on intersectionality
The Knox community has a long way to go before making the campus a truly safe space, minus all the instances of normalized oppression.
Thoughts from the Embers: Value our faculty, support Amott
Eliminating the Grievance Panel in place of an outside investigator or attorney adds a safeguard for privacy.
Sports Briefs: wins for Prairie Fire
This week in sports, Junior Ilir Emini set Prairie Fire football, women's volleyball beats Monmouth
Sunday Blitz: the second installment of a four-part series
Sports columnist Justen Hunter takes the temperature of the National Football League at the close of week eight
George Moore knows baseball
With the World Series over, sports columnist George Moore breaks down the MLB landscape
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.