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Bagpipe band dwindles

Bagpipe band dwindles

In the last two years, only one member of the Monmouth College bagpipe band has been recruited by the college, while six have left. The decline in recruitment for the…

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

Dr. Megan Hinrichsen has firm roots around the country and the world, but luckily, she has decided to plant herself here at Monmouth College. Dr. Hinrichsen grew up in Pennsylvania…

Vanderpool receives 2016-2017 Lincoln Laureate Award

Vanderpool receives 2016-2017 Lincoln Laureate Award

Each fall, the Abraham Lincoln Civic Engagement Award is given to a student who demonstrates outstanding contributions to the local, national, and global communities. Monmouth College‚Äôs 2016-2017 Lincoln Laureate was…

Archaeology Lecture

Dr. Jones gave a lecture last week on archaeology and the excavation of ships, which had about 30 people in attendance. The main topic of conversation for his talk was…

Music Department hosts annual Fall Choral concert

Music Department hosts annual Fall Choral concert

On Saturday, October 22, the Monmouth Concert Choir, Chamber Choir and Chorale hosted the annual Fall Choir Concert in the Kasch Recital Hall of the Dahl Chapel and Auditorium. Hosted…

Black Lives Matter causes campus controversy

Black Lives Matter causes campus controversy

Last Friday sparked major controversy amongst students and administration after it was revealed that a member of security erased chalkings of the Black Lives Matter movement by students on campus.…

New Beinnings

New Beinnings

There are many new faces on the Monmouth faculty this year. However, for Stephanie Baugh that is not the case. Baugh has been a part of the Fighting Scot family…

Admissions office ups enrollment efforts

Three weeks ago our school newspaper released its second issue of the year that included an article about how enrollment is at its lowest since 2004. Since then, there has…