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Meet the Courier Staff

Meet the Courier Staff

Melanie Costin, senior, is the Online Editor/Manager at the Courier. The duties of the Online Editor/Manager are to oversee the online copy of the newspaper and post all articles onto…

Students achieve more at Warren Achievement Center

Monmouth College students looking to enhance their career skills and gain valuable experience in a rewarding environment can find it in the local community. Give back to the organizations that…

First album is one for the records

As a Mexican music fanatic, I find myself so incredibly proud and excited when I see Mexican bands rising despite the annoying perceptions and stereotypes that have surrounded Mexican music…

Book review: Grace Not Perfection by Emily Ley

Book review: Grace Not Perfection by Emily Ley

Author Emily Ley is passionate and devoted to her aspirations. After obtaining degrees, in English and public administration, Ley made a bold life-changing decision. She got married, quit both of…

Meet the Courier

Meet the Courier

Jacob Marx, senior, is the Political Editor at the Courier. The duties of the Politcal Editor are to write and find writers for any political stories that emerge. Originally from…

March Madness: not just for the boys

When it comes to sports, especially around March, it almost seems impossible to put your two cents in. However, contrary to popular belief, girls can be college basketball fans, too.…

Ice Choir album throwback to 1980

Ice Choir is the definition of music outside of its age. The best description for its sound is a modern trip back to the 1980’s synthpop; and a similar voice…

Book review: The Blue by Lucy Clarke

A wanderlust traveler, passionate diarist, and proud owner of a first class degree in English Literature, Clarke is a naturally gifted full-time novelist. Native to the south coast of England,…