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Monmouth anticipates blues festival

Monmouth is fixing to face a bad case of the blues. On Oct. 23, the Deep Blue Innovators Blues Festival will return for its fourth year at the Rivoli Theatre.…

Curriculum reform

Yes, the rumors are true; the faculty is discussing curriculum reform. But this is nothing new, nothing extraordinary. Every faculty in every college constantly makes adjustments that reflect student needs,…

Space for Grace keeps the faith

For over 10 years Monmouth College has been offering Space for Grace, a worship ceremony to its students. Space for Grace consists of a 30 minute service where students can…

How secure are you?

Within the past few weeks yet another disturbing internet scam has been sweeping the nation, and this time, hitting a little closer to home for me. It has been reported…

New bakery to open downtown

A $30,000 loan has been given to a new business in the city of Monmouth’s downtown district. The new business is a bakery that is being financed with a loan…

Rain or shine “Blackout” fundraiser successful

After weeks of planning for Family Weekend’s “Blackout” football game, not even rain could stop a successful fundraiser for the Easter Seals Society. Since before the school year started, coach…

Faculty responds to Jill Ker Conway’s visit

For the past three years, Introduction to Liberal Arts students have been reading and discussing Jill Ker Conway’s autobiography “The Road from Coorain.” This year however, ILA classes have had…

Private student loans

  A bill that could benefit some Monmouth College students took its first quiet step through Congress on Sept. 15. The Private Student Loan Bankruptcy Fairness Act, H. R. 5043,…