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SOFIA enters third year with more Freshmen

Although classes officially began only a few short weeks ago on Aug. 27, the halls of Monmouth College have been inhabited by students for almost a month.  SOFIA (Summer Opportunities…

The new bids are coming!

The new bids are coming!

A new Fraternity and Sorority recruitment season comes to an end Greek Life has come alive on campus, with the excitement of new recruits in full swing. While the sororities…

Joe Florio: In the center of the political universe

Chicago is home of the Blues, New York City is home to Broadway and Washington D.C. is home to everything that makes the United States function. I never knew how…

Students use unusual mediums for art

Students use unusual mediums for art

The second part of the senior art exhibit took place in the upper floor of the Hughes library on Sunday, April 29. Starting at 3 p.m., students presented their works…

Pop charity

On April 29, the members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta and Zeta Beta Tau fraternities combined forces and came up with 28.5 pounds of pop tabs. The…

Sostareczes have chemistry

Sostareczes have chemistry

Since spring 2010, Professors Michael and Audra Sostarecz have been collaborating on a research project that could potentially change the way basic chemistry is taught. Both Audra and Michael have…

Possible Fratority at MC

The possibility of Monmouth gaining a multicultural fraternal organization is looking even more promising as the spring semester winds down. Last semester students Garrett Daniel, Rebecca Isaacs and Natasha Mables…

‘Zoo’ dialogue shocks

With a cast of two characters, a setting comprised of one park bench and a budget totaling $90, one word comes to mind about Monmouth College’s production of Edward Albee’s…