Campus Events

January 18-24

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Convocation Schedule

Class periods are shortened as follows.

1st period……..8:-00 – 8:45 am

2nd period…….8:55 – 9:40 am

3rd period…….9:50 – 10:35 am

Convocation – 11:00 am

4th period…….1:20 – 2:05 pm

5th period…….2:15 – 3:00 pm

6th period…….3:10 – 3:55 pm

Galesburg Community Chorus needs singers!

Love to sing? Then consider joining the Galesburg Community Chorus! We practice on Monday evenings from 7-9 pm and will perform at First Lutheran Church in Galesburg on May 7, singing John Corigliano's Fern Hill and Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna.

This is a "no-audition" chorus and we love having Knox students sing with us. (Plus, we have treats at rehearsals!).

If you are interested, please come to Jay Rehearsal Hall in the Center for Fine Arts on Monday, January 18th, 7pm - this is our first rehearsal of the year. For more information, contact Jennifer Gallas, board member, at or director Tim Pahel at

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Please contact Eleanor Kahn,, for any questions.

Catch is Hiring!

Catch is looking for a creative, reliable, and sharp pair of eyes to work as both a copywriter and public relations manager for the Spring Edition. Such a pair of eyes would be trusted with all social media management, proofing final drafts of the book, and contributing to the shape of the magazine as a whole. Roller skating encouraged, though not necessary. Please send a letter of introduction explaining how you'd fit the position as well as a resume to by January 31st. Interviews will be conducted soon after the deadline.

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Caffeine and Chill

Thursday, Jan 21st


Taylor Lounge

ASAP (Allies for Sexual Assault Prevention) would like to invite everyone to come enjoy some caffeinated fun and chill-axing. We'll have hot chocolate and tea as well as treats, activity pages, and conversation. Settle into winter term and relax with our club members.

International Tea Hour

Friday, January 22nd

4:00-5:00 pm

Knight Student Lounge, Alumni Hall

This Friday we will feature teas and snacks from Vietnam, hosted by Nhi Cung and Nhi Nguyen. Please join us! Join the Office of International Student Services (OISS) for a weekly International Tea Hour, featuring international teas, snacks, and conversation. Every Friday during the term, 4 - 5pm, Knight Student Lounge, Alumni Hall.

If you'd like to partner with OISS to sponsor a future International Tea Hour, please contact Rebecca Eckart (

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UB Coffeehouse with Levi Stephens

Friday, January 22nd

7:00 pm

Taylor Lounge Stage

Discovering Levi Stephens’ music is like enjoying a surprisingly great meal at the local cafe you’ve passed a thousand times before finally deciding to stop in. You thought you knew what you were getting into, but this is something more. It’s refreshing –a pleasant surprise that a new artist in an industry plagued by dying creativity chooses to follow in the tradition of those classic singer-songwriters that came before. His debut album, “This Way” goes far beyond the confines of R&B and seamlessly melds a variety of genres, from soul to rock to gospel to folk while always remaining honest, clever and conversational.

Levi Stephens "I Love You" Live

Milk Route, a Reading Series

Friday, January 22nd

7:00 pm

The Space (306 E. Simmons)

Featuring readings by Diana Chavira, Ryan Downum, Rheannon Lyons, Brandi Pudlo, Caitlin Rocha, Karli Shields and Carly Taylor

Bike Club Workshop: Winter Riding

Saturday, January 23rd


Bike Shop, Old Jail

Do you want to ride your bike but the weather keeps away?

Then come to the first ever Bike Club Workshop!

You will learn: what to wear, how to ride safely, the types of mechanical issues that come with the weather as well as how to fix them.

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UB Trivia Night

Saturday, Jan. 23

8:00 pm


Test your skills and knowledge with a trivia competition. Come alone or bring your friends all are welcome! As always UB trivia is completely free and you will have an opportunity to win various prizes including movie passes, gift cards, and much much more.

Catch Magazine

Here’s an introduction and a request for help from Alex White and Celina Dietzel. We are delighted to be running as Co-Editors of Catch Magazine next year and would like to invite you to apply to be a part of the staff.

Catch is looking for creative and dedicated individuals to fill open spots for the 2016-2017 staff. There are many positions available including various Section Editors, Design and Layout Editor, and Public Relations Manager. We are looking for applicants of all academic disciplines, temperaments, colors, and genders. If you research things, make things, break or reconstruct things, build websites, designed zines or experiments, and especially if you can make pizza as good as Baked you should apply. We love interdisciplinarians, so if you’re not an art/writing major, we still encourage you to apply. Applications are due no later than 4pm on Friday, Feb. 5th. Email with any questions.

Follow this link for information on applying and the positions themselves:

Need some extra help in classes? Come to tutoring! We are available to assist in a variety of subjects and locations!

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