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Prime Beef Festival kicks off with annual parade past college

Prime Beef Festival kicks off with annual parade past college

  Members of the Fighting Scots Pipe Band march down Broadway during the annual Prime Beef Festival parade on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The Monmouth College Fighting Scots Marching Band also…

ScotSpeak, new coach put sights on national competition

Training a young team to compete in 14 events divided into three different areas presents obstacles, but such was the case with the Monmouth College Speech and Debate team ScotSpeak.…

Sye amongst the elite in fraternity leadership program

Sye amongst the elite in fraternity leadership program

Despite being measured up against 15,000 other male scholars, Sig Ep President Roy Sye stood above the crowd with his bid to the Ruck Leadership Institute.  “Before attending the Ruck…

Has film genre finally ‘jumped the shark’?

Has film genre finally ‘jumped the shark’?

Despite combining sharks and 3D, ‘Shark Night 3-D’ proves decent Upon viewing the trailer for Incentive Filmed Entertainment’s first film, “Shark Night 3-D,” one might believe so, but after viewing…

‘Wildwood’ entertains without fantasy element

‘Wildwood’ entertains without fantasy element

Decemberists fans have known Colin Meloy to be a writer for years; after all, he is the band’s primary songwriter. But despite years of telling fans that he is a…

Augustine from ‘My Life as Liz’ performs at Monmouth

Augustine from ‘My Life as Liz’ performs at Monmouth

“We’re professionals” quips Jordan Meredith, bending to get her dropped pick. “Yeah” says Louis Johnson laughing, “Uh, now she’s going to play a song. Oh, and I’m going to play…

North American Champions

North American Champions

Members of the Monmouth College Pipe Band place among the nationally ranked While some students spent their summers at Monmouth working on campus, interning with professors and administration alike, and…

Students gain new perspective after Moldova trip

Students gain new perspective after Moldova trip

What began as a simple conversation last October resulted in a globe-trotting trip for six Monmouth College students as they made the 17,850 mile journey to Moldova, a former Soviet…