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Concerns arise over expected national enrollment decline

A report, “The State of College Admission 2010,” was released last Wednesday by the National Association for College Admissions Counseling that detailed the effects of the economy on college enrollment.…

Minorities the majority by 2050

On Tuesday Oct. 26, Professor Mark A. Grey from the University of Northern Iowa spoke on rapid ethnic diversification, micro-plurality, and the new Midwest. The message seemed especially relevant for…

A hearty helping of Homecoming

The king and queen were crowned. The floats were paraded, and the Fighting Scots found a victory. Yet another Monmouth College Homecoming came to an end. MC welcomed alumni with…

Rumors false; Scots Day not cancelled

Forget any rumors you might have heard about Scots Day being cancelled because according to Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students Jacquelyn Condon, the hearsay is false.…

Citizens effect change

 It is good to make an impact on the world. It is easy to make small impacts like recycling or giving money to a charity. It also just became easier…

Schilling on the issues

According to most polls, the Illinois 17th Congressional District, which includes Monmouth, is one of many “toss up” districts that the Democrats could lose in this year’s congressional elections. Bobby…

Homecoming from the heart

Preparations for this year’s Homecoming have already begun. The theme for this year is “A Thousand Heart’s Devotion” which comes from a line in Monmouth College’s song. T-shirts are being…

$225,000 worth of science equipment purchased for HT

What device costs $225,000 and requires training to know how to use it properly? The answer is not a scoreboard, but rather brand new science equipment meant to create educational…