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Nora Carleson gets digital

Senior Nora Carleson plans on going in to non-profit museum work. To do that, she will need to write grants and apply for funding. As she prepares to go to…

Mayo speaks on women history

Kappas can claim an important place in the nation’s history according to Edith Mayo, curator emerita of the Smithsonian Institute’s political science division. Mayo spoke at Monmouth last Wednesday about…

ZBT to sell pancakes for cancer research

The men of Zeta Beta Tau are planning an all you can eat pancake dinner to raise money for cancer research. The event will be held on Saturday April 16,…

“Homefront” fails to bring anything new to the table

The number of first-person shooter games continues to grow as Kaos Studios releases their newest game, “Homefront.” With so many to choose from, it is important for a company to…

“Source Code;” only got eight minutes to save the world

A movie about a person’s morning commute would be a dull, snooze fest of a flick. Throw in a passenger train packed with explosives, a hero with a bad case…

Senior art majors show off work in Hewes Library

Three art majors held their Senior Art Exposition reception and talk called “Three Women — One Show” on Sunday March 27. The show featured artwork by Heather Fantetti, Karisa Doane…

MC celebrate the 90s with Greek Week

MC celebrate the 90s with Greek Week

It’s that week of the year again ­— Greek Week that is. Greek Week kicked off its events on Friday March 25, including a blood drive and a fundraiser for…

Bulgaria education continues to suffer

Brenda Tooley, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, went to Bulgaria last year as a Fulbright Scholar. Wednesday, March 30, she  spoke about her experiences working in Bulgarian higher education at…