Campus Events

February 8-14

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Student Success at Knox: First-generation college students & Pell recipients

Monday: 11am-1pm
Tuesday: 12:30-1:30pm
Thursday: 12:30-1:30pm

We are tabling in Seymour this week! Stop by for info on our new & existing academic resources for you! Enjoy a cookie, too!

Follow us on Facebook (link below). Questions? Contact Laura Bush,, Student Success Coordinator.

Alpha Phi Omega: Red Cross Blood Drive Tabling

February 7th-12th

Lunch/Dinner times

Seymour Gallery

Monday, February 22nd is the Red Cross Blood Drive, sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega. It runs from 11:30 to 5:30 in the Lincoln Room, and donors can sign up for appointments during tabling in the Gallery the week of February 7th-12th at both lunch and dinner times. Donors will be entered to win one of three gift cards to Buffalo Wild Wings, Baked, or the Beanhive. More information and eligibility requirements can be found in the link below.

Quiver Submission Drive

February 7th-26th

Send submissions to

Submit your genre works to Quiver! We want it all - your burgeoning Children's Lit pieces, your Sci-Fi epics, your outrageous comedy pieces, your mythical what-ifs, whatever you have that you've been working on! Submission drive doesn't end until the 26th (Saturday), so get to editing!

Knox Alumni Ambassadors Meet and Greet

Monday, February 8th


Ferris Lounge, Seymour Union

Knox Alumni Ambassadors is a student organization sponsored by the Office of Advancement. Our members assist the College with events and interactions with alumni, students, parents, and friends. We help with events such as Homecoming, Family Weekend, Commencement, Founder's Week, and Donor Thank You Days, as well as other events on and off campus. Stop by and talk to our current Ambassadors about the program and find out how you can apply. For more information, contact Jennifer Gallas at, or at 341-7957.

Mortar Board presents: Teach Me Anything! Lecture Series

Monday, February 8th


Round Room (CFA)

Title: Finding Your Way: A Lecture on Personal Success

The second lecture in this fun series will be given by John Spittell.

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Bad Dominicana - Feminism as an Afro-Latina

Tuesday, February 9th


Trustees Room, Alumni Hall

ABLE presents, Zahira Kelly, and a talk about being an Afrolatina in today's society.

Caxton Club Presents: Dao Strom

Wednesday, February 10th


The Box

Dao Strom is a writer and musician based in Portland, OR. Her work explores hybridity through melding disparate “voices”—written, sung, visual—to contemplate the intersection of personal and collective histories. She is the author of two fiction books, Grass Roof, Tin Roof and The Gentle Order of Girls and Boys, praised by The New Yorker as being “quietly beautiful […] hip without being ironic.” Her latest project is an experimental memoir, We Were Meant To Be A Gentle People, accompanied by a music album, East/West, in which, according to the LA Review of Books, “Strom embraces the fragment as the smallest reliable unit of truth.” Strom has received support from the Regional Arts Culture & Council, Oregon Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, James Michener Fellowship, and the Nelson Algren Award. She was born in Vietnam and grew up in the Sierra Nevada foothills of northern California. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

Milk Route, a Reading Series

Friday, February 12th


The Space (306 E Simmons)

Featuring readings by Kelly Clare, Nicole Hunter, Krishna Kanhai, ChanTareya Paredes, Adam Schrag, Duksangh Sherpa, and Elizabeth Tweedy.

Ballroom Dance Club: Argentine Tango Social Dance

Friday, February 12th


Oak Room

Ballroom Dance Club is hosting an open social dance this Friday. We'll be playing music for our most recent long-term lesson: Argentine Tango! If you've come to the lessons, come and practice those moves! If you haven't, come on by and we can teach you some basics! Experienced and beginner dancers always welcome. Refreshments provided.

UB: Create-a-Bear

Saturday, February 13th


Taylor Lounge

Looking for an affordable valentines gift? Enjoy soft cuddly creatures? Come to UB's create-a-bear program and create a free stuffed animal. In this workshop you will pick out a bear, stuff it, name it, dress it, and take it home. There is a limited supply of bears so don't be late!

Quiver Write-In

Saturday, February 13th


Old Main Common Room

Come join the Quiver staff for one of our annual write-ins! Super informal; this is just an event for writers to get together, listen to some prompts, and get to writing! There will be food, drink, good company, and maybe some interesting Valentine's day prompts...? Also, rumor has it that the Quiver submission drive has just started. Come and get some ideas for submission!

Celebrate Chinese New Year with a Hot Pot Dinner!

Saturday, February 13th

5:30 -7:30pm

Ferries lounge

Free ($5 refundable deposit when sign up)

Spring festival is the biggest holiday in China to celebrate Chinese new year. As a long tradition of Knox College Chinese Culture Club, we will celebrate Chinese new year by providing hot pot for dinner!

ATTENTION: Limited seats are available! We are going to tabling in Seymour Union, outside the oak room on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. We will be tabling from 12:00pm ~ 1:30pm & 6:00pm ~ 7:30pm on those days. If you missed our tabling time, you can also sign up at Campus life office. Please stop by and reserve your seat ASAP! Besides, there will be a $5.00 refundable deposit along with your reservation. You will get your deposit back when you attend the event.

Nova Singers, The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass

Saturday, February 13th


Kresge Recital Hall, CFA

Nova Singers, present The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass featuring professional bluegrass band Monroe Crossing.

Tickets for this performance can be purchased in the link below.

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Katie Bell, Light Weight