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‘Crab People’ maintain undefeated record in spring season

The men’s water polo team is picking up right where it left off in the fall season as the team went 4-0 in their tournament on March 26-27. The team…

How to fight the flu this season

Recently, the flu bug has been wandering around our campus and it’s important to understand the ways you can attract the flu. Living in dorms makes the flu easy to…

Johnson keeps positive attitude through taxing sport

Although only in his freshman year, physical education major David Johnson has made his mark on the men’s tennis team as the Scot earned the Midwest Conference Performer of the…

Johnson and Ruyle combine determination and dedication

Double the trouble hits the fields as teammates and best friends Mitch Johnson and Caleb Ruyle step on to the baseball field. Johnson plays left field and has been playing…

Women’s tennis hope to overcome challenges in upcoming season

After a less than stellar fall season, the MC women’s tennis team is hoping to improve their 1-8 overall record. Practice begins April 1st and the first match is quick…

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…