Nancy McLellan Merritt '32

At one service at Beecher Chapel, the choir sang "Listen to the Lambs." Some wag, probably safely hidden in the balcony, would sing out a wail each time the choir would intone "Listen to the lambs, all a-crying." It took some stage presence to keep from breaking up.

Shane Donegan '10

One of the things I love the most about Knox is the Knox College Choir and Choir tour every spring break. The fondest memories I have of my time at Knox was with the choir and touring the Midwest and Spain. I am a proud choir alum.

Rob Clark '95

I love the Knox College Choir, Knox Ultimate Frisbee Team (that I started). I love Knox because I can go to a school where I can major in one thing but later on prepare myself for something completely different.

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