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Alum responds to quake; students reach out

When the earthquake struck, Yoshiaki Obara, a Monmouth alumnus was chatting with a colleague. At first, he was not overly concerned. After all, a fifth of the world’s major earthquakes…

Tuition raised $1,750

A new recession may hit Monmouth students next year.  In a letter recently sent to parents of Monmouth students, President Mauri Ditzler announced that Monmouth’s comprehensive fee will increase by…

Letter to the Editor

As I was walking down the stairs of Wallace Hall the other day I noticed a sign that read “Greeks Get Better GPAs.” After my double take, I instantly realized…

omg this txt msg has me rofl

Over the past 10 days a controversy has been simmering at Monmouth College. On the night of Tues. March 15, actor Tim Mooney put on the performance of “Shakespeare/Moliere Tag…

MC students gain knowledge through action

Action, according to Monmouth College Assistant Professor Bradley E. Sturgeon, is what the Citizenship Green Initiatives class is all about. “As a scientist, I don’t read novels, and I don’t…

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.…

‘Tempest’ comes to MC

Theater students anxiously prepare to open Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” the final show of the Crimson Masque’s season, at the Orpheum Theatre in Galesburg on Saturday, April 9 at 7 p.m.…

Lacy signs book deal based on dissertation

Tim Lacy, a visiting assistant professor at Monmouth College, recently signed a contract for a book deal. Lacy, who is on a two-year contract with the college and specializes in…