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Rupp achieves historic first for Monmouth

Billows of smoke erupting into the air, fire shooting across rooms, multi-colored chemicals gurgling in glass beakers—these are the things we think of when we hear of the American Chemical…

New clubs on campus

Now that the second semester has officially started, emails fill inboxes and fliers decorate the campus as new groups make their debut on students’ radar. The newly organized Students Alumni…

Cordery’s newest book already receiving praise

Cordery’s newest book already receiving praise

Professor Stacy Cordery is no rookie in the book publishing business. After writing three successful books, Cordery is waiting for her newest biography, Juliette Gordon Low: The Remarkable Founder of…

Great Decisions: Mexican Drug Cartels discussed

Great Decisions: Mexican Drug Cartels discussed

Students, faculty and members of the community come together to discuss the causes, the history and the growing problem of drug cartels in Mexico. The latest part of the Great…

Kathleen Edwards gets last laugh

Kathleen Edwards gets last laugh

Kathleen Edwards is a frustrating artist. She has proven herself to be a powerful songwriter, yet she never sustains her talent through an entire album, letting the back section fizzle…

Paralytic Stalks

Paralytic Stalks

Of Montreal’s latest album Paralytic Stalks is like a one stop psychedelic candy shop. The album opens up with paranormal noises that immediately catch your attention and draw you in.…

Underworld doesn’t awaken

Underworld doesn’t awaken

It’s never usually a good sign when you can’t convince anyone to go see a movie with you. Of course, the Underworld franchise caters to a rather select group of…

In Memoriam

In Memoriam

The Men of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity honor their brother Andrew Kuebrich We were all shocked when on Jan. 25, 2012, Andrew Kuebrich, an alumnus of Monmouth College, and…