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Drag show raises money for trip

Drag show raises money for trip

Last Saturday Monmouth College’s Chorale hosted its first ever Drag Show as a fundraiser for their summer trip to Spain. The show comprised of 12 different acts and over 20…

Grassroots

A weekly column about sustainability and intentional living Growing up I had a vegetarian stepmother. The evil woman refused to eat bacon (my only form of worship as a child),…

Welsh pop band evolves with their latest album

Welsh pop band evolves with their latest album

Welsh popsters Los Campesinos! have made a name for themselves over the past few years by turning misery into party music for the emotionally disturbed. Marrying highly literate lyrics about…

A semester in review

As the semester comes to an end and the Courier publishes its last issue until Spring, the Courier staff reviews some of the music, movies and games they loved (or…

Touched By an Angel Event

On Friday Nov. 11, sophomore Emily Danger will be spreading the word about domestic abuse. At 7 p.m. in Dahl Chapel, organizations and students musicians on campus will join Danger…

Godsil: student by day, police by night

Godsil: student by day, police by night

Senior Steve Godsil may seem like the average business administration major at Monmouth College, but he spends his spare time sweeping the Galesburg streets of villains. Avoiding the glamorous path…

Kane published as an author

“You have to write as often as possible. Be relentless. Be irrational enough to hope you’ll eventually get a ‘yes,’” was senior Alex Kane’s only piece of advice for students…

Kwanzaa comes to campus early

Kwanzaa will come early this year for Monmouth students. Next week, the student group Umoja will be celebrating the African-American holiday, which normally takes place from Dec. 26 to Jan.…