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          MLK Day 2020

          The Power of Experience

          We believe that every experience is a kind of education.
          Everything you learn in the classroom gains value when you apply it.

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          A swimmer for the Prairie Fire women's swim team.


          Courses of study

          including 42 majors, 51 minors, and pre-professional and cooperative programs

          Biology faculty James Mountjoy and students in his ornithology course set up a net in the forest at Green Oaks to catch and band and collect data on a small bird.


          Students places a poster at Knox College


          of students pursue experiential learning

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          Angela McNeal '16

          Self-Designed Major in Dance & Community Engagement, Minor in Anthropology

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          Senior Works to Raise Census Awareness

          Student Michael Moss meets with local Complete Count Commission and maps outreach to the local community

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          Knox Students Use Spanish Language Skills to Translate and Interpret for Asylum-seekers

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          Knox Faculty Member Discusses Perspective and Familiarity in Verse

          Professor of English Monica Berlin '95 publishes poetry collection on the occupation of space in our daily lives.

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          years on the Forbes Grateful Grads Index

          where alumni feel they received the greatest return on their college investment

          A Knox College student at International Fair

          Can't visit campus right now? Here are 5 ways to experience Knox—virtually!

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          A winter view of Knox College's Seymour Library.

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          Printed on Saturday, March 28, 2020