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Campus men vie for Xi crown

Campus men vie for Xi crown

He’s beauty and he’s grace, he’s Xi Man. Who is “he?” Come to Dahl Chapel this Friday at 7:00 p.m. to find out. Alpha Xi Delta will be hosting Xi…

Intercultural life to screen ‘Dear White People’

Intercultural life to screen ‘Dear White People’

On March 19, the Office of Intercultural Life, Wackerle Career and Leadership Center and ASAP will co-sponsor a screening of the movie “Dear White People” at 7:30 p.m. in Dahl…

Chorale with a side of meatballs

The Chorale will hold its first ever spaghetti dinner on March 21 at the Methodist church on Broadway from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The fundraiser is intended to raise…

‘Stop Kiss’ addresses violence: Director hoping to open discussion about hate crimes

‘Stop Kiss’ addresses violence: Director hoping to open discussion about hate crimes

The Monmouth College spring semester of productions is starting this weekend. “Stop Kiss” opens this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The show runs from Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and…

‘House of Cards’ third season finally arrives

‘House of Cards’ third season finally arrives

Editor’s Note: This article contains major spoilers of the first two seasons of House of Cards. Two raps on an Oval Office desk and the unapologetic, unflinching stare of Frank…

Instant Queue for You

If you ever hear references to Cary Grant, it’s probably along the lines of tall, dark and handsome. He is a fixture in old Hollywood movies, and the 1957 classic…

Advice with Some Spice

Dear Paprika & Cayenne, I am a senior in need of a job. Do you have any advice for someone who does not know what they want to do? Hello,…

Holocaust survivor relives memories: Dr. Inge Auerbacher shares experience of being a child survivor of the Holocaust

Holocaust survivor relives memories: Dr. Inge Auerbacher shares experience of being a child survivor of the Holocaust

As survivors age, firsthand accounts of the horrors of the Holocaust will no longer be told. Monmouth students, faculty and community members had the rare opportunity to hear a survivor’s…

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