Campus Events

November 17-23 (the final stretch!)

Extended Library Hours!

Library Late Night Hours Begin

Sunday, Nov. 16

Open 8:00AM-2:00AM

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Knox 101: Brown Bag Lunch Series

Monday, Nov. 17

Ferris Lounge


Student Recruitment & Marketing for Today's Prospective Students

Today's admission marketplace is more competitive than ever, and colleges must work harder and smarter in order to recruit each year's entering class. So how does Knox bring in the class? Paul Steenis, vice president for enrollment and dean of admission, will discuss Knox's efforts to recruit the 21st century student. He will be joined Megan Scott, associate vice president and chief communications officer, who will discuss the new Knox website and Admission publications, as well as the College's new marketing messaging.

Music Department: General Student Recital

Monday, Nov. 17 and Tuesday, Nov. 18

Kresge Recital Hall


The Knox College Music Department presents a General Student Recital. The recitals will include vocal and instrumental performances as well as performances by Women's Chorale, Men's Ensemble, String Ensemble and Flute Choir. Free and open to all.

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Knox New Music Ensemble Concert

Monday, Nov. 17

Kresge Recital Hall, CFA


The Knox New Music Ensemble will present two late Twentieth-Century minimalist masterworks: Brian Eno's contemplative Ambient 1: Music For Airports and Louis Andriessen's unrelenting Worker's Union.

The show will be directed by Daniel Godsil.

Knox College Dance Department: Fall Term Dance Showcase

Monday, Nov. 17

Aux Gym


Join the Knox College Dance Faculty and Students as they present the research & creative work completed this term in the Dance History & Contemporary I Dance Classes. Dance faculty member, Jen Smith, will also showcase dance work that she is presenting at this year’s Dance Chicago Festival later this month!

OCF Informational Meeting and Service

Tuesday November 18th

Wilson House

7-9 PM

The student organizers leading the movement to bring a chapter of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship to campus would like to invite you to come by and learn more about us, Orthodoxy, and the OCF organization. We will be in the Common Room with the intention of chanting a Paraklesis service at 8 for those who are interested. (The Paraklesis is a short, 45 minute canon of intercession to Mary, the Theotokos.) We would love to see you there.

Cellar Door Fall 2014 Release Party

Tuesday, Nov. 18th

Ferris Lounge


Come get your copy of Cellar Door! There will also be an open mic, and we encourage anyone and everyone to step up, even if you are not published in this edition.
There will maybe be snacks such as fruit roll-ups or brownies. There will surely be books on books on books and love.

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Pause for the PAWS

Tuesday, Nov. 18

6:00 -8:00 pm

Taylor Lounge

Are you feeling the stresses of finals and classes ending? Visit the Taylor Lounge to relax and enjoy some quality time petting dogs! Knox faculty and staff have volunteered their time to bring their dogs.

Galesburg Regional Concert Band: Fall Concert

Wednesday, Nov. 19

Kresge Recital Hall, CFA


Join the Galesburg Regional Concert Band for our fall concert--Ole!-- as we present Spanish and Mexican wind band music. We will play several Mexican marches, paso dobles, and much more!

Home Sports Events!

Women's Basketball - Carroll University

Wednesday, Nov. 19

Memorial Gym


Men's Basketball - Carroll University

Wednesday, Nov. 19

Memorial Gym


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I-Fair 2015 Sign-Ups


International Club is already starting to plan for International Fair 2015, "Legend has it". This year the theme is Stories and Fables. It will be held during the week of January 25 - January 31. The venues for I-Fair's main events (held on Jan. 31st) are different this year: the Memorial Gym's Basketball Gym and Field House. Below are different sign-up forms if you, a group of students, or club are interested in participating in I-Fair 2015. Keep in mind: All the following events are presented to the Knox College community as well as the Galesburg community.

Flag Parade: Sign up if you are interested in holding your country's flag for the flag parade! Priority will be given to seniors who have not held the flag for I-Fair in previous years in a first come first serve basis. DEADLINE: DECEMBER 20TH, 2014 Contact person: Emily Finke and/or Ellen Lipo

Cultural Showcase: Sign up if you or a group of students are interested in showcasing your cultural talents during I-Fair 2015. The details to performances are provided on the form below. DEADLINE: JANUARY 4TH, 2015 Contact person: Larisha Dhakal

Booths: Keeping the theme, Stories and Fables, in mind, I-Club wants to expand Booths to include all interested clubs, not just the cultural clubs, to demonstrate Knox's diversity with each club's/country's stories. Sign up if your club or a group of students representing a particular country would like participate in this event! DEADLINE: JANUARY 15TH, 2015 Contact person: Aakash Desai

I-Mag: Anyone and everyone interesting in having your work on the 2015 I-Mag should submit! Selected works will be put on the magazine that will be released during I-Fair to Knox students as well as Galesburg community. DEADLINE:DECEMBER 17TH, 2014 Contact person: Savannah Trent


International Club Exec Board