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Wyatt shuffles the deck

On Monday, President Clarence Wyatt sent an email to faculty and staff expressing his desire to enhance Monmouth’s commitment to institutional research with administrative changes. I am pleased to announce…

Anti-hazing programming raises awareness

Anti-hazing programming raises awareness

Walking through campus this week, you may have noticed a banner hanging from the balcony of McMike or student-made headstones in front of Stockdale. Your inbox might also have been…

I-Student Files

Although he may come from across the globe, Syrian sophomore Elias Shammas has something in common with Monmouth students whose hometowns are only a couple hours away. “The biggest difference…

Interfaith leader Patel inspires audience: Sponsored by the new Lux Center for Church and Religious Leadership, author addresses large crowd in Dahl

Interfaith leader Patel inspires audience: Sponsored by the new Lux Center for Church and Religious Leadership, author addresses large crowd in Dahl

Author of “Acts of Faith” and Interfaith Youth Core founder Eboo Patel visited Monmouth on Tuesday, Oct. 28. Patel held a convocation in Dahl Chapel that at 11 a.m. and…

Faculty finish mini-farm initiatives for season

Faculty finish mini-farm initiatives for season

Located east of N. 12th street, the mini-farm sits on six acres of land in Monmouth. Blueberries, sweet potatoes and alfalfa are just some of the things being grown on…

Planning and priorities committee begins

While he prepared for his move to Monmouth College as its fourteenth president, Clarence Wyatt looked at four documents: the strategic plan, campus master plan, business plan and vision statement,…

Moot Court competition declares winner: Senior English and communication studies major Aimee Miller sets record with second win

Moot Court competition declares winner: Senior English and communication studies major Aimee Miller sets record with second win

Arguments were presented, questions raised and a winner determined. The final round of Monmouth College’s Moot Court competition took place on Tuesday night wherein senior and Courier copy editor Aimee…

I-student Files

Only two months in the United States and Cyril Hansen-Quartey is just like any other American teenager. He is one of eight international students here at Monmouth from Ghana. Instead…

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