The State of Knox Athletics | Part 1: Rebuilding the program
How Knox College is planning to bring an end to almost a decade of athletic struggles
Students teach the art of the Con(vention)
Knox students find what they need at comic and anime conventions
Senate election winners look forward
Newly elected Senate officers share their visions for the upcoming year.
Lakeesha Smith attorney hopes for deal with prosecutors
Smith, arrested in October after striking Tundun Lawani '14 with her car, may avoid trial through a plea agreement.
Campus Safety Log: Unknown men found to be students
The first week in May offers carpet stains, rabid racoons and stolen purses.
Honor Code update: Amendment 6 voted down
Senate failed to pass the sixth proposed Honor Code amendment, concerning the use of "guilty" and "not guilty" in Honor Board proceedings.
New Plays sings a ‘Summer Song’
After weeks of staged readings and two partially staged plays in Studio Theatre, Knox’s New Plays Festival will be presenting two partially staged plays: freshman Niki Acton’s “McComb 1964” and junior Jon Hewelt’s “Summer Song.”
Finding passion in Fat Fish
Most Knox students have probably seen Burl Varner when they walk into Fat Fish; a quiet man with his calm demeanor and attentive ear. At the age 55, Burl Varner has accomplished his version of the American Dream: owning his own bar.
KolorWorx hypnotizes audience with pom poms, guns
KolorWorx, Knox's color guard team, presented their first show on Friday, May 10.
Garden Club grows members, vegetables
Membership grows in Garden Club as warm temperatures make for good conditions for activities.
The truth about student loans
A letter to the editor about what a recent grad wishes she had known about student loans when she was a student.
Thoughts from the Embers: Club budgets face cuts
The Knox Student Editorial Board addresses the cuts club budgets faced during the Student Senate budgeting process.
The Greatness of Gatsby: An international application of Fitzgerald
Why do modern Americans continue to love The Great Gatsby?
Benghazi terrorist attack: A “cautious” presidency
The Obama administration needs to come clean about Benghazi, columnist Alex Uzarowicz argues.
Puntoriero, Mack claim track titles
Two seniors went out on top at the Midwest Conference Track Championships last weekend, as Jonas Mack and Joe Puntoniero won the javelin and 200-meter dash, respectively.
Baseball season ends short of goal
The Prairie Fire had all the right ingredients for a fairytale experience in the MWC Baseball Tournament, but fell twice against St. Norbert. The hitting was absent in both losses; St. Norbert shut out the Prairie Fire in game one and gave up only two runs in game two.
Midwest Conference football welcomes Macalester College
The Midwest Conference will add Macalester College in the sport of football splitting the conference into two six team divisions.
Fenner earns All-Midwest Conference honors
Junior James Fenner finished tied for eighth at the Midwest Conference Men's Golf Championships earning his second consecutive spot on the All-Conference Team.