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MC students campaign for Ron Paul

MC students campaign for Ron Paul

Jack Mangan, Mary Schuch and Phil Buckwinkler volunteer for the Ron Paul campaign, hoping to bring the politician to speak on campus. On a campus with no active organized political…

May Xi best man win

May Xi best man win

On Friday, Feb. 24, Alpha Xi Delta hosted their annual Xi-Man male pageant. This year’s contestants were John Cayton representing Phi Delta Theta, Jake McLean representing Phi Gamma Delta, Alex…

Lent Season begins

From giving up Taco Bell to reflecting and preparing for Easter, students celebrate Lent in different ways and getting closer to God. Lent can mean different things for different people…

‘Ghost Rider’ burns out

‘Ghost Rider’ burns out

Revenge is normally a dish best served cold, but in this movie vengeance is a dish best served burning hot.  From the collective genius of co-directors Mark Neveldine and Brian…

Van Halen still rockin’

Van Halen still rockin’

Classic rock titans Van Halen and opening act Kool & The Gang drew a full crowd last Friday night at Chicago’s United Center. Fans ranging in age from seven to…

Striving for a safe sex campus

Striving for a safe sex campus

Johnson-Miles, Spectrum coordinate to provide Monmouth students protection Sexual heath is not the most openly or frequently discussed issue on campus. More often than not, the subject is broached only…

The Laramie Project Ten Years Later: An Epilogue

On Oct. 7, 1998, Matthew Shepard was found beaten and tied to a fence in Laramie, Wyo. He was taken to the hospital and died shortly after on Oct. 12,…

‘Chronicle,’ a super powered flop

If you’re in the mood for a straightforward superhero movie filled with damsels in distress, pompous super villains and dashing, polite protagonists, then “Chronicle” probably is not the movie for…