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Vote passed to change curriculum calendar

At a meeting on Tuesday Nov. 9, Monmouth College faculty voted to change the academic curriculum calendar. How this change will take place still has to be worked out. Prior…

Changes ahead

The times, they are a-changing. The makeup of the House of Representatives will shift in January from 255 Democrats and 178 Republicans to 193 Democrats and 242 Republicans. In the…

Residence halls face mounting damage

Bowers and North residence halls are under siege. Both have suffered significant damages this semester. Bowers’ damages range throughout a long list. To date there has been: a stolen chair…

Sales tax to increase 1%

A new one percent sales tax increase in Warren County narrowly passed by 26 votes.  The tax will increase Monmouth’s 8.25 sales tax to 9.25, higher than Macomb and Galesburg. …

Monmouth students free fall on Halloween

While many spent Halloween doing homework, dressing in costumes or handing out candy, eight Monmouth College students dove into something a little more exciting. Kim Morris and Ben Morrow decided…

Election: out with the old; in with the new

Tensions were high this week as the 2010 House of Representatives, Senate, and Governor elections took place. After the 2008 elections, Democrats controlled the Presidency, the House of Representatives and…

Network problems explained

As many students and faculty of Monmouth College may already know, the school’s network suffered a severe malfunction last week and the setback took several days to fix. What many…

MC updates registers

Monmouth College students should have noticed a new change by now. As of last week, new registers could be seen wherever food is sold on campus.  The Underground, Scots Market,…