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Senior project tackles body image issues

Senior project tackles body image issues

How often do you weigh yourself? How much does your weight mean to you? For senior Jackie Deskovich, her weight is just a number. For Deskovich’s senior Honors project she…

The Grassroots Address

A weekly column about sustainability and intentional living Editor’s Note: This is a weekly column by a member of the MC Garden Club. The purpose of the column is to…

Real Steel holds its own

Real Steel holds its own

In the near future, ex-boxer protagonist, Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman), is down on his luck: deep in debt and scrapping robot boxers without a second thought to win fast cash. …

Machine Head goes beyond expectations

Machine Head goes beyond expectations

Machine Head’s The Blackening from 2007 is renowned as one of the modern classics of metal, comparable in significance to the likes of Black Sabbath’s Paranoid and Metallica’s Master of…

The Hunter

Few bands in recent years have managed to combine the raw heaviness, speed, and instrumental skill often associated with the heavy metal genre so seamlessly with progressive as Mastodon has. …

People and Things Review

Jack’s Mannequin just released their third studio album People and Things on Tuesday and this album is just as good as the last two.  In fact I can even tell…

Monmouth students show support for community through service

For most, Saturday is a day to relax or recover from a strenuous work week. But for one group of Monmouth College students, Saturday has become a day to give…

Falkenrath travels to Ecuador

Monmouth College sophomore Chris Falkenrath presented the first International Luncheon talk of the academic year last week. Falkenrath travelled to Ecuador over the past summer where he studied Spanish 5…