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Coming soon to the Monmouth College faculty

Coming soon to the Monmouth College faculty

Terrance Gabel Terrance G. Gabel, Ph.D. earned his BBA (Marketing) from the University of Iowa, his Masters of Science degree (Marketing, with international emphasis) from Texas A&M University and his…

Taking time to talk about the 4-4 schedule

Taking time to talk about the 4-4 schedule

A year into it’s inception, students (past and present) were asked about their experiences with the 4-4, credit hours, and even trimester sides of the curriculum. Join in on the conversation…

Standing the test of time

Standing the test of time

How this soon-to-graduate Monmouth College couple have stayed together and prepared for the next chapter Sitting in the junior high section of a football game, eighth grader Brooke Anderson had…

Esteemed tea expert coming to campus

Esteemed tea expert coming to campus

The Monmouth College Science and Business Initiatives, along with Middle West Teas, are inviting the campus to A Celebration of Tea. Events will feature David Lee Hoffman, a well-known tea…

“The Big Gay”: SPECTRUM travels to Michigan State University to take part in Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference.

Eight students from Monmouth’s Spectrum Club attended the largest LGTBA conference last week when they traveled to Michigan State University for the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference…

A seedling planted in the ‘70s blossoms in Malaysia

A seedling planted in the ‘70s blossoms in Malaysia

During the 1970s and 80s, Monmouth College’s Sociology Department Chair Dean Epley made a concerted effort to reach out overseas and expand the college’s foreign student population. Malaysia proved to…

Dr. Bruce retiring, pursuing publication of memoir

Dr. Bruce retiring, pursuing  publication of memoir

While readers have Hiroshima, a novel written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Hersey, to get an idea of post-World War II Japan conditions from Japanese citizens, not many first-hand accounts…

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…