College Freshman 2013-11-09T22:00:03Z
Well, I am from Chicago, so the weather is similar to what I am used to it. I understand that there are some cold days, and then there are days that are really nice. The local weather doesn't really affect my campus experience because I still go to the campus events because it's a small campus, so I don't need to walk a lot through the coldness to get to somewhere.
College Senior 2013-07-02T16:59:33Z
The weather in the Midwest is always unpredictable. This seems to be truer in the prairie, where Knox is. The winters can be really treacherous, with windchills well into the negative temperatures and lots of snow. In the past 20 years, though, classes have only been canceled once. Perhaps the worst part about the weather is the wind. It's always incredibly windy. But in the spring and the fall, it's usually really nice outside, and people will be lounging, doing homework, or playing frisbee in grassy areas.
College Sophomore 2013-01-15T18:55:33Z
It's average mid-western weather. It can get very windy and in the winter its cold and snows a fair amount. It's better then New England weather and worse then California.
College Junior 2012-11-23T03:51:45Z
Pretty much Midwestern-ish weather, so it gets very warm and humid during spring term and kinda dry and typically cold during winters, but it's not so extreme to the point that it gets in the way of things.
College Senior 2012-08-09T22:03:59Z
The weather is standard for the midwest: bipolar. It can be great one day and horrible the next. Luckily, campus is small, so you never have to go far when the weather is bad.
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