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Saturday, is for the Scots

It’s dawn, the sun is glistening over the dew and the harmonious sounds of bagpipes are in the distance. Soon, you’ll wake up to “All Star” by Smash Mouth blaring…

What is the Turkey Bowl?

A rivalry that began in 1888 adds another chapter to its storied history this upcoming Saturday. The football teams from Knox College and Monmouth College will meet for the 129th…

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

Drake Decker, Class of 2016 Majored in Economics & Business Administration Employer: Republic Companies – Davenport, IA Position: Marketing & Product Coordinator Work responsibilities include: As Republic’s Marketing and Product…

Meet the Courier staff

Meet the Courier staff

Tessa Jones Position: Features Editor / Riley’s assistant 🙂 Year: Senior Major: Communication Studies Minor: Media & Journalism Extracurriculars: Besides the Courier – Pi Beta Phi Vice President of Member…

Creative costumes to craft for Halloween

Halloween is in about four days, but who’s counting? At this point, it is too late to order Halloween costumes online, unless you have an Amazon Prime account and trust…

Scary story: Poison Song

On a chilled Monday night when one-dollar margs are not yet available and 50 cent rum and cokes can only tantalize and tease the thirst of a “dedicated customer,” a…

Frightening festivities nearby

“Boys and girls of every age, wouldn’t you like to see something strange?” Tis the season for spooky sights and haunted houses. Enjoy a frightening night with friends literally just…

All treats and no tricks

Traipsing door to door, kids panhandle their way through the streets, ringing doorbells and knocking on the door. Adults wait to hear “trick-or-treat” before allowing them to stick their chubby…