Knox alumni volunteers helped re-package food at the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Knox alumni and friends cheer on the Rockies!
Own Muelder '63 spoke to a group or more than 60 alumni and friends on the connections among the anti-slavery movement, Underground Railroad, and Knox College.
Nine teams of golfers enjoyed a beautiful day on the links with Coach Knosher.
The Commencement lunch featured a discussion by John Dooley on "Alan, Billy, and Frank: British and American Cryptography during World War II."
|Knox Alumni celebrated Flunk Day in Chicago with great spirits and fun on April 29, 2015. |
|Knox Alumni and friends gathered together at the Denver Buell Theatre to enjoy a performance of "Motown:the Musical" on April 18, 2015. |
|Knox alumni and friends in Springfield enjoyed a breakfast brunch at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and an informative talk by Professor Emeritus Doug Wilson on "Lincoln's Character." |
|Professors and students of the Computer Science program traveled to Kansas City for a conference and shared with alumni and friends what's happening in CS, including the new immersive term, Startup Term. |
|Professor of Computer Science John Dooley presented Startup Term, Knox's newest immersive term, to Knox alumni, parents, and friends. |
Knox alumni and friends gathered at the beautiful Lexington Country Club in Fort Myers, Florida for lunch with President Amott, who provided an update on College events.
On January 24, 2015 Knox College Alumni and current students gathered together to play Basketball and bond over their shared love of the sport.
Four decades of Colorado alumni and family members gathered at Lucky Strike for annual Knox "Bowl" on Saturday, January 24, 2015.
|Phoenix area alumni and friends enjoyed a tour of the Desert Botanical Garden and heard from Raeann Boero '17 on her Knox experience. |
|Knox alumni and friends gathered at the popular Dawson restaurant to ring in the holidays. Knox College President Teresa Amott was the invited guest. |
More than 20 Knox alumni and friends helped distribute food at Food Bank of the Rockies at the annual Colorado Knox Club service event on National Make a Difference Day, Saturday, October 26.
|Chicago area alumni gathered for a post-Homecoming pub night at Rockwood Tap. |
|Colorado Knox Club enjoys opportunity to learn about mentoring from alum in the field, Jane Strode Miller '81 |
|Knox alumni joined up with College guest Chad Eisele '93, Knox College athletic director, for an afternoon of tailgating and baseball. |
|Colorado alumni and friends joined College guest Stuart Allison, professor of biology, for a summer picnic to send the students off in style! |
|Alumni and friends gathered for the annual picnic to send off the students in style! Knox's director of sustainabilty, Ramona "Froggi" VanRiper, gave a presentation on current sustainability efforts on campus. |
|Chicago-area Knox College alumni and friends gathered to wish their students well as they prepared for the move to campus. College guest President Teresa Amott provided the group with an update on what's been happening on campus. |
|Professor emerita Marilyn Webb and John Sheedy hosted Knox alumni and friends at their home for a reading by professor emeritus Bob Hellenga from his latest novel, The Confessions of Frances Godwin. |
|More than 100 Knox alumni and friends came together at Coors Field to cheer on the Rockies and enjoyed a post-game fireworks show. |
|Alumni and friends enjoyed a presentation of student photography work by Mike Godsil '76 and a curator-guided tour led by Johanna Blume '07 of the Ansel Adams and Blake Little exhibits at Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. |
|During lunch at the Topaz in Burr Ridge, alumni and friends were treated to a history of Alumni Hall and an update on the restoration project. |
|Daniel Peterson, Assistant Professor of Psychology, addressed guests at the FYC Commencement lunch on "Memory and Aging: What changes as we age, and what can we do about it?" |
|Knox alumni gathered at Urban Chestnut Brewery for a special literary event to hear Knox writers and Professor Robin Metz read from their personal work. |
|Colorado Knox alumni and friends gathered for a matinee performance of the Tony Award winning musical "Once," then enjoyed a post-performance meal at Racines Restaurant. |
|Knox alumni and friends gathered at Brocach Irish Pub in Madison, Wisconsin for a great night of connecting with friends and delicious drinks. |
|Kansas City Knox Club received a tour of the American Jazz Museum and listened to the music of the Cherry Street Combo, Knox's elite small Jazz ensemble. |
|Colorado Knox alumni and friends gathered at Roxbourough State Park for a talk by Betsy Boccard Healey '75 and John Healey '72, as well as a hike through the park. |
|Knox alumni, friends, and family gathered for an evening of NBA fun! Attendees enjoyed watching the the pre-game warm ups, and even got some basketball coaching before the Nuggets took on the San Antonio Spurs. |
|Knox Alumni gathered in San Juan Capistrano for lunch, lecture and tour of Mission. Associate Professor of Biology Jim Mountjoy spoke about the famous sparrows of San Juan Capistrano! |
|Knox Alumni and guests enjoyed lunch at The Chapel Grill in Downtown Old Naples. Professor James Thrall discussed Knox's religious studies program, and President Teresa Amott provided a College update. |
|Knox psychology professor Tim Kasser discusses his latest book, Lucy in the Mind of Lennon, an analysis of Lennon by a psychologist, and strives to answer, what was "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" really about? |
|Knox alumni in Colorado enjoy an evening of jazz with the Colorado Symphony. |
|Knox alumni in Arizona enjoyed a lecture about, and demonstration of, auctioneering by Nikki Malley, professor of music, followed by lunch and a tour of the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix. |
|Members of the DC Knox Club enjoyed the opportunity to hear about Jack Shaw's '79 new book on JFK, his role as Senator, and how current legislators could learn from his example. |
|Alumni and friends gathered for dinner before an evening performance of the acclaimed Book of Mormon. |
|During the Geological Society of America conference in Denver, Geology majors enjoyed dinner with Knox Professor Katie Adelsberger and former Knox Professor Dewey Moore. |
|Knox volunteers from '69 to '12, as well as current and former parents helped pack nearly 4 tons of food to be distributed to FBR clients. |