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Monmouth announces graduation speakers

With the 2011 commencement ceremony less than two months away, many have been curious about who would be speaking at the May 15 ceremony. President Mauri Ditzler announced the speakers…

Monmouth to sport new fraternity

Just when sororities are getting situated into new houses and Greek Week begins, a new athletic fraternity is eager to join Greek Life at Monmouth. Sophomores Sam Karoll, Jordan Sadiq…

MC-Leaks College removes off-campus applicants’ private info from public after Courier probe

Junior Jackie Deskovich spent the past semester abroad in Thessaloniki, Greece. While she walked the streets of the city and focused on her studies, private information including her social security…

Alum responds to quake; students reach out

When the earthquake struck, Yoshiaki Obara, a Monmouth alumnus was chatting with a colleague. At first, he was not overly concerned. After all, a fifth of the world’s major earthquakes…

Tuition raised $1,750

A new recession may hit Monmouth students next year.  In a letter recently sent to parents of Monmouth students, President Mauri Ditzler announced that Monmouth’s comprehensive fee will increase by…

Tanney takes tricks to television

What do you get when you take one video camera, one All-American quarterback and one pickup truck? For senior quarterback Alex Tanney, you get over half a million hits on…

ASMC swears in new Student Affairs Rep.

Tuesday’s meeting introduced a new member of the Associated Students of Monmouth College’s executive board. Junior Michael Derry was sworn in as the new Student Affairs Representative after senior Derek…

Bowers issues 10 p.m. quiet hours

It is no secret that many residence halls on campus have suffered damages due to vandalism this year. To combat these problems, Bowers Hall has implemented more restrictive quiet hours.…