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Terrill walks 18 miles barefoot

Terrill walks 18 miles barefoot

This past summer, Will Terrill, a sophomore English major, took a road trip with an old friend. Included in the trip was a six day stint in Oregon, five of…

Rob Hale to be initiated into Phi Delta Theta

Rob Hale to be initiated into Phi Delta Theta

Following in the family tradition, Professor Rob Hale will be initiated this Sunday into the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Illinois Gamma. Hale, who teaches English at Monmouth, is one of…

Michael Harrison presents in Madrid

Professor and Spanish Department Head Michael Harrison will give presentation in Madrid on Spanish comics by gay and lesbian authors Professor Michael Harrison will give a presentation titled “La Intimidad…

MC grad Kyle Christensen returns to take up teaching position

Kyle Christensen graduated in 2009. Despite that, he spends every day in class at Monmouth. Christensen, who graduated from Monmouth with a degree in communication studies, went on to earn…

Morrow returns, talks about life after college

Morrow returns, talks about life after college

On Friday, Oct. 14, Ben Morrow, a 2011 graduate, returned to Monmouth College to give advice and relay his experiences in the “real world” after college. After graduating last spring…

Senior project tackles body image issues

Senior project tackles body image issues

How often do you weigh yourself? How much does your weight mean to you? For senior Jackie Deskovich, her weight is just a number. For Deskovich’s senior Honors project she…

Angotti inducted into Hall of Fame

Angotti inducted into Hall of Fame

Notable Communications Professor Joe Angotti is to be placed among Indiana’s greatest in the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame on Oct. 6, after a lifetime of dedication to the…

Zaubi tells tales from study abroad in India

Zaubi tells tales from study abroad in India

Dead puppies are a grim start to anything, and not wholly indicative of my experience here thankfully, but it’s a good place to start. Really, any long term stay in…