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Pipeband to compete in show

Ever since the 1940s the bagpipes at Monmouth College have been one of the most distinct trademarks of the college. Bagpipers traditionally play at home football games every fall, but…

Tempest takes Orpheum

This weekend the Monmouth College Theatre Department will be performing Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” at the Orpheum Theatre in Galesburg, Ill.  The play draws heavily from elements of magic and illusion.…

Windmeyer tests ‘G.P.A.’

In an interactive presentation Shane Windmeyer, co-founder of Campus Pride, used humor and more than a few feather boas to discuss some serious issues. Windmeyer began his presentation discussing Campus…

Timmerman talks courses to ASMC

The new curriculum could come to Monmouth College as early as fall 2012. At Tuesday night’s student senate meeting, Dean of the Faculty David Timmerman notified student senators that the…

ATO, Phi Delt to move to different houses

Come next August, members of Alpha Tau Omega will once again have a place to call home. Monmouth has offered the chapter the current community service theme house, located at…

Raj Patel talks hunger

Political economist Raj Patel presented the annual Donald B. McMullen Memorial Lecture in Biology on Tuesday. Patel, an award-winning writer and activist, spoke about how to better feed Africa and…

PR class offers $3,000

A group of five public relations seniors are pushing for students to make videos to advertise Monmouth, offering $3,000 to whoever makes the best video. “What College Was Meant to…

City Director makes plans for Monmouth

By the end of my interview with Monmouth’s new Director of Community Development Paul Schuytema, I was watching him explain a Sims-esque board game designed to help visualize the process…