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Students seek counseling

  Counseling centers at colleges across the country have seen an uptick in use over the past few years. Monmouth College is no exception to this trend, but counselor Cindy…

Students test their VITA-lity

Monmouth College has 40 students hard at work this semester learning how to provide low-income families with help in filing their tax returns this year.  The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance…

MC-TV transitioning to new set

Students who tune in to MC-TV Wednesday at 6 p.m. might be surprised to see the MC-TV anchors in front of a curtain. They have no reason to be alarmed…

Calendar and curriculum change vote delayed

Despite hope that the Monmouth Faculty Senate would propose a calendar change at the December 2010 faculty meeting, faculty committees are still researching options for the planned curriculum change. At…

ATO progress keeps them on campus

The Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity has undergone a series of drastic changes in the past year, but according to Jacquelyn Condon, Vice President for Student Life, the fraternity is headed…

$5 million collected for building

Since 2006 plans have been in the works to build a new $38 million science and business building, and with donations currently totaling $5 million the building is becoming more…

MAP Grants reduced for lack of funds

For decades the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) has been helping thousands of students across Illinois with college tuition. The Monetary Award Program (MAP) Grant has been part of financial…

Something new to do ‘Afterdark’

Monmouth College students may soon have a new night life option. Junior Jack Donnelly has been working for the past few months to open a night club in downtown Monmouth.…