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Monmouth College introduces new archeological classes

Thanks to a local donor who wishes to remain anonymous, Monmouth College is in possession of a large collection of Native American artifacts. This collection resulted in the school adding…

Coffee helps bring the world together

Ramon Ceja knows coffee. He helped found Scot’s Roast, an interdisciplinary coffee roasting project involving numerous students and professors, due to his interest in chemistry and ethnobotany. The project began…

MC Pageant

The hair will be curled, the talent will shine, and the crown will be placed upon this years Warren County fair princess this Saturday, Sept. 4. Monmouth College will host…

“Starcraft 2:” More supply depots required

After waiting 12 long years, Blizzard Entertainment finally released “StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty.” I am happy to say that it was worth the wait. Anyone who played the original…

Tennis looks to gain experience

 The Monmouth College women’s tennis team has high hopes for the season. The team is young and is working on different techniques to improve their playing skills. “We are working…

MC Crab People ready to snap opponents

The Crab People are back and ready to prove how big of a deal they are. “I think this season is one for Monmouth students, faculty and alumni to get…

Courtside with the captains; who are the core four?

If one were to look up the word, ‘captain’ in the dictionary, one might find adjectives such as determined, hard working, dedicated and energetic. At least that is how the…

Communication department continues to grow

 The Monmouth College Communication Department welcomes its newest member, assistant professor Kate Zittlow Rogness. This semester, Zittlow Rogness is teaching Argumentation, Advanced Public Speaking and Introduction to Communication Studies.  According…