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Clobie Kilt Run kickstarts inaugural events

Clobie Kilt Run kickstarts inaugural events

Wednesday, April 15, MC Wellness and Art Alliance hosted a 5K race around Monmouth to celebrate the week of the inauguration of President Clarence Wyatt. “The race originated with the…

A slice of culture

Friday April 24, students are invited to try a slice of French culture. The French club is hosting a wine and cheese soiree. The party will take place in the…

Greek Week strengthens community ties

Greek Week strengthens community ties

Last Friday kicked off Monmouth College’s annual Greek Week.  This week of events strived to connect all Greek organizations on campus through friendly competitions, including Penny Wars, the Canned Castle…

Spectrum reimagines events to attract students

Building a lasting legacy from an inactive organization is not an easy task, but this year’s LGBTQIA-Spectrum executive board and general members are up to the challenge. Spectrum is an…

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…

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…

The madness of Black Friday: Avoid stress while shopping on the infamous day after giving thanks

Black Friday shopping is a tradition among many families. It’s the one time of the year where you can get minimal sleep after spending a holiday with your family and…

Students compete for juried exhibit

Students compete for juried exhibit

Starting on Monday, the Juried Student Art Exhibition opened its doors in the Hewes Library so that the community could see this year’s 43 entries. According to Tyler Hennings, assistant…

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