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Old Friends and New Trends

Old Friends and New Trends

Artist Brent Houzenga gives old, forgotten portraits a new lease on life Students visiting the upper floors of the library on Friday, Jan. 27, may have been surprised to find…

LeBlanc talks Sex and Equality

LeBlanc talks Sex and Equality

A gay bishop walks into the Highlander room … and tells students about growing up gay in the Catholic Church, among other things. For those of you who were wondering,…

College and Community discuss Middle East

College and Community discuss Middle East

“It really complemented the political philosophy of my ‘Plato to Present’ class,” said sophomore Corbin Beastrom. “The philosophy stresses that government is based on order and justice for the common…

New to Campus

As the classes begin again at Monmouth in the second semester, so too do the clubs and organizations that lay dormant over the winter break.  For many clubs on campus…

MLK celebration sees low turnout

Service organizations were in abundance at the Martin Luther King Day of Service presentation, but the community was nowhere to be found. The offices of student involvement and intercultural life…

Xi Marks the Spot

On Saturday, Nov.  Alpha Xi Delta will host “Xi Marks the Spot” at 1 p.m. in the Huff as part of their AmaXIng Challenge to raise money for their national…

Goldenberg apparates into Reflections class

On Friday Nov. 11, screenwriter Michael Goldenberg apparated into the Barnes Electronic classroom via Skype. Students from Professor Anne Mamary’s “Philosophy of Harry Potter” course, which satisfies the junior integrated…

Students of a feather flock to new business

Students of a feather flock to new business

Like most college students, freshman Caitlyn Jones is trying to beat the “broke college student” stereotype by finding a job. However, Jones decided that finding a job wouldn’t be good…