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Campus occurrences

Thursday, April 19 9:01 p.m. — Fire alarm pulled in North Hall. 11:00 p.m. — Two students cited for open alcohol container in an unapproved area in Bowers Hall.  …

Variety defines this year’s Scots’ Day

During early afternoon on April 17, Scots’ Day, students and faculty gathered around a life-sized bingo grid, many of them with a vested interest. When the door to a rusty…

Poll probes Monmouth student politics

Students from the Introduction to Journalism and the Politics and Government of the Midwest classes surveyed 299 students about the upcoming presidential election. 154 of the students surveyed were male…

Tenure review process dominates faculty discussion

Talk of tenure topped this month’s faculty meeting, held Tuesday, April 3. The discussion stemmed from concerns about personnel procedures after some professors were not promoted earlier this semester. Some…

West bids fond farewell to Monmouth

“She took one look at me and handed me a theater interest sheet, saying ‘You’re going to need this,’” said sophomore Merissa Lewiston about when she first met theater assistant…

Campus occurrences (March 1 – April 19)

Saturday, March 3 7:00 p.m.  — False fire alarm in Graham Hall. Sunday, March 4 8:20 a.m. — Student car parked on Broadway vandalized. Monmouth College security is investigating. Monday,…

Durbin talks to Monmouth students

As the election season creeps up on America, students in lecturer Robin Johnson’s Politics and Government in the Midwest class were able to hear about issues that affect them and…

Funding efforts see increased success

As of late February, Monmouth College’s increased efforts to fundraise reaped its benefits with a total of $7,297,203. The number is a significant increase over the 2010-2011 fundraising, which yielded…