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Alpha Xi lights up Monmouth for Autism Awareness

MONMOUTH— Monmouth College students are very active in projects to both educate and benefit the community, and Alpha Xi Delta, a women’s fraternity on campus, is no exception.  On Monday, April…

Bailey brings ‘Games’ to campus

Bailey  brings ‘Games’ to campus

“Have you been killed yet?” Beginning Monday, March 19, this became a regular conversation-starter for a select group of students who participated in the first Monmouth College “Hunger Games,” adapted…

Condom stuffing short staffed

Nearly a month after the Spectrum first began their condom campaign, the amount of condoms requested has finally overrun the 500 condoms given to the group by the condom company…

Ott, students spend week in poverty

Spring break for students is simply just that, a break. But ten daring students decided to scrap their own chances of taking a break in order to help others. This…

Greek life hits a high note

Greek life hits a high note

Ladies and gentlemen, grab your umbrellas and slick back your hair, because this year, the Greeks are getting “Greasy” while “Singin’ in the Rain” on Broadway.  This week, friendly competition…

‘Hunger Games’ satisfy cravings

With each book series adapted into a successful movie series comes an increasing pressure to match, if not exceed, all expectations when turning page into film. Judging by the various…

‘Jump Street’ thrills

If you are in the mood for a very serious, dark comedy about the twisted turns of adolescent angst and pre-adult desires for attention, social acceptance and conventional romance, this…

Students teach ESL in the Community

Students teach ESL in the Community

Monmouth College students have recently become an ESL (English as a Second Language) tutoring resource for the surrounding immigrant community. For two hours a week, French and Theoretical Foundations of…