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Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

When Roger Sander got off the train to visit Monmouth College in 1973, on an athletic visit, he fell in love and never left. After having a prominent career as…

VITA returns offering tax assisstance for all

VITA returns offering tax assisstance for all

Tax season is upon us and although many people love getting money back, not many people know how to do it correctly. Luckily, on February 1 Monmouth provided a free…

Wackerle launches leadership series

The Wackerle Career and Leadership Center’s approach for this year is to place more emphasis on Leadership. This program is directed by Jake McLean with his new role as Assistant…

Horrible people gather for “Improv Against Humanity”

Horrible people gather for “Improv Against Humanity”

The Monmouth College Improv team brought out the worst in the student body in their first improv show of the semester. Students gathered last Friday in Scotland Yard for a…

Foggy future after travel ban

Foggy future after travel ban

The executive orders signed by President Donald Trump banned citizens of seven countries from entering the United States, including Syria. The ban effected international students all across the country, including…

Unsung Hero

Unsung Hero

From Pottery Barn assistant manager to ‘Penny the omelet lady’, Penny McVey is one of the College’s most eminent Chefs. Native to Monmouth, Penny spent years working as an assistant…

Campus construction continues

Campus construction continues

Monmouth College prides itself on maintaining a well-kept campus that attracts students and their families, as well as visitors. With recent construction, the aesthetic appeal has diminished. Noticeably, the majority…

Global Public Health minor approved

Global Public Health minor approved

After being proposed just last year, Monmouth College faculty approved a new minor in December as a part of the Triad which was introduced two years ago. Global Public Health…