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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…

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…

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…

Goldenberg apparates into Reflections class

On Friday Nov. 11, screenwriter Michael Goldenberg apparated into the Barnes Electronic classroom via Skype. Students from Professor Anne Mamary’s “Philosophy of Harry Potter” course, which satisfies the junior integrated…

Students of a feather flock to new business

Students of a feather flock to new business

Like most college students, freshman Caitlyn Jones is trying to beat the “broke college student” stereotype by finding a job. However, Jones decided that finding a job wouldn’t be good…

Godsil: student by day, police by night

Godsil: student by day, police by night

Senior Steve Godsil may seem like the average business administration major at Monmouth College, but he spends his spare time sweeping the Galesburg streets of villains. Avoiding the glamorous path…