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The Mark of the Editor: Being an account of a very good book

The Mark of the Editor: Being an account of a very good book

The notorious Jacky Faber is back again, and this time she’s in the South China sea. In keeping with a delightful tradition that I very much enjoy, the title reads…

Virtual golf changes industry

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the United States had a 9.1% unemployment rate for the month of September. No matter what the occupation, people all across the…

Terrill walks 18 miles barefoot

Terrill walks 18 miles barefoot

This past summer, Will Terrill, a sophomore English major, took a road trip with an old friend. Included in the trip was a six day stint in Oregon, five of…

Rob Hale to be initiated into Phi Delta Theta

Rob Hale to be initiated into Phi Delta Theta

Following in the family tradition, Professor Rob Hale will be initiated this Sunday into the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Illinois Gamma. Hale, who teaches English at Monmouth, is one of…

Michael Harrison presents in Madrid

Professor and Spanish Department Head Michael Harrison will give presentation in Madrid on Spanish comics by gay and lesbian authors Professor Michael Harrison will give a presentation titled “La Intimidad…

Monmouth competes in blood drive vs. Knox

Monmouth competes in blood drive vs. Knox

On Monday Oct. 31, Phi Gamma Delta and Pi Beta Phi hosted the annual Monmouth versus Knox blood drive. Unlike previous years, this year Monmouth collected a record  71 units…

SOFIA students prepare for presentation

Next Monday afternoon, four Monmouth College students of the SOFIA program will present their website on writing about literary analysis in Monmouth’s first teleconference focused on collaborative digital writing with…

The Grassroots Address

 A weekly column about sustainability and intentional living This past Tuesday, I traveled to Iowa City to hear Frances Moore Lappe speak about sustainability and worldwide democracy. Lappe wrote a…