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New Faculty: Jonathan Coley

New Faculty: Jonathan Coley

Fresh-faced Jonathan Coley is one of the newest additions to the Monmouth College Sociology and Anthropology department. Navigating to his tucked-away office in the basement of Wallace Hall, one feels…

9th Annual Labor Day lecture highlights history of women’s labor movement

Over the years, Labor Day has developed into society’s excuse for a day off and to enjoy summer’s “last weekend.” However, it’s important to take the annual opportunity of Labor…

Scholars’ Day

This Tuesday saw the celebration of Scholars’ Day by students and faculty alike. Scholars’ day has been an annual tradition for the college for a number of years. Through the…

New Title VI coordinator position to create inclusivity

In the 2015-2016 school year, issues of race have negatively impacted members of the Monmouth College community. In order to address these problems and cultivate a safe learning environment, the…

General receives new scholarship in visual arts

General receives new scholarship in visual arts

On Tuesday, the art department announced Gabrielle General as the first recipient of the Lobie Stone Visual Arts Scholarship. Established this spring by President Clarence Wyatt in honor of his…

Forensics Family Heads To Nationals

Forensics Family Heads To Nationals

Talented students on the Monmouth College forensics team showcased their talents on Tuesday night. The MC forensics team headed to the nationals tournament in Muncie, Indiana on Wednesday, but before…

MC2 reassures higher education for class of 2020

MC2 reassures higher education for class of 2020

The Monmouth College Commitment guarantees perspective students a year of tuition-free study if they are unable to meet the academic and social expectations within four consecutive years of enrollment. These…

Second Triad unites psychology, kinesiology and modern languages

Early Wednesday morning, President Clarence Wyatt officially announced that the Global Public Health proposal had been selected as the second Triad. In 2014, Global Food Security was chosen as the…