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Trudi Peterson presents her “Last Lecture”

It has been said that people fear public speaking more than death. Even communication studies professor, Trudi Peterson fears public speaking and said it is one of the hardest things…

“Kirby’s Epic Yarn:” a tightly knit game

Ever since the Nintendo Wii was released, people have accused Nintendo of forgetting about the hard-core fans and focusing on appealing to casual gamers. This debate goes on, especially with…

“Saw 3-D” becomes a victim of its own trap

SPOILER ALERT The traps, gore and suspense has reached its end in the last chapter of the “Saw” franchise. What would be the seventh movie in the long running gore…

Sturgeon dedicates himself to providing student opportunities

Science professor Brad Sturgeon is well known around Monmouth College for his dedication to students and student ideas. Sturgeon helped start the coffee project after junior Ramon Ceja expressed interest…

Up ‘Til Dawn raises money through dodge ball

Up ‘Til Dawn hosted their first annual dodge ball tournament on Tuesday Oct. 26, in the Huff Athletic Center. The main purpose of the event was to raise money for…

MC hosts Blaq Market Monologues

MPAACT, an African American theatre group returned Monmouth for its seventeenth year in a row. MPAACT is the Maat Production Association of Afrikan Centered Theatre. On Thursday Oct. 28, MPAACT…

“Real World” castmate Ryan Conklin gets real

Every year the “Real World” on MTV airs a new season, with the tag line “it’s time to start getting real.” On Monday, Oct. 25, “Real World: Brooklyn” cast member…

Monkey takes ‘Trip’ to the West in “Enslaved”

“Enslaved: Odyssey to the West” is loosely based off of the 16th century Chinese novel, “Journey to the West,” and follows the story of two slaves, and their quest to…