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Take Back the Night: Women’s studies capstone brings sexual assault awareness to Monmouth campus

Take Back the Night: Women’s studies capstone brings sexual assault awareness to Monmouth campus

Last Friday night marked the first Take Back the Night event at Monmouth College. Organized by the women’s studies capstone – the senior class for the women’s studies minor –…

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

Bob Foster is one of the athletic trainers here at Monmouth College. When he was about 25 years old he saw an opening to interview on campus. “I thought I…

CSB sustains damage after fire

CSB sustains damage after fire

During the early morning hours of last Friday, sprinklers in a third-floor organic/analytical prep room in the Center for Science and Business were activated following a chemical combustion in a…

Fundraising goal met ahead of schedule

As announced on April 17 during President Wyatt’s inaugural address, Monmouth College exceeded the $2.5 million fundraising goal by receiving gifts totaling $3 million from current emeritus and former members…

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

As students near the end of their high school days, one of the most difficult processes they will encounter is choosing where to attend college. This was the case for…

New VP announced: Trent Gilbert, former chief experience officer at TargetX, set to take over as vice president for enrollment management

President Wyatt’s message of “Think Anew, Act Anew” has already taken effect as Monmouth College hired Trent Gilbert as the new vice president for enrollment management. The announcement came in…

Dignified but joyous

Dignified but joyous

A new era of “Think Anew, Act Anew” begins Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. in front of Wallace Hall when Monmouth College officially inaugurates its fourteenth president, Dr. Clarence Wyatt.…

Twelve years of indecision, questions remain

For the past twelve years Monmouth faculty have been debating whether or not to implement a mandatory mathematics initiative focused on quantitative. Because of the long-standing debate, the faculty senate…

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