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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…

New minor comes to MC

With registration for spring semester just around the corner, students have an opportunity to alter their schedules, including putting their foot in the door to making the world a better…

Honors program revitalized for flexibility

When Professor Marsha Dopheide took over the honors program at Monmouth College in fall 2011, she noticed that the program wasn’t fitting every student’s needs. Since then, she’s been working…

Scholar’s Day coming soon

Tuesday, April 29 marks an important event in the Monmouth College calendar: Scholar’s Day, a day set aside for celebrating the hard work and achievements of students all around campus.…

Faculty meeting raises Triad hiring concerns, questions next year’s steps

“Extraordinary executive action requires extraordinary explanation,” read Biology Professor Ken Cramer’s explanation for interrupting the faculty meeting on Tuesday with his burning questions. The biology department unanimously voted to hire…

Triads positions soon to be filled

After the announcement of food security as the topic of the first Triads for Excellence, this week has brought seven candidates to campus who are vying for the Triad tenure-track…

Consultants tour college, gather perspectives

Consultants tour college, gather perspectives

For the first time in the presidential search process, representatives from the consulting firm Isaacson, Miller met with students to get their input on what vision they had for Monmouth…

INTG course focuses on Midwest region, examines economic development

Colleges and universities often highlight their state history within the curriculum. Monmouth College takes a step further and has a class on the whole region. The Midwest Matters blog was…

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