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New Faculty Profile

New Faculty Profile

The Midwest seems to have a way of calling people back home, and such is the case of Dr. Kateryna Sylaska. Dr. Sylaska spent most of her childhood in the…

Fusion Fest IV (A Deeper Look at Theatre)

Fusion Fest IV (A Deeper Look at Theatre)

This year’s fourth annual Fusion Fest had an amazing turn out. The Fusion Fest is the first production of the year to kick off the theatre season. Fusion Fest is…

Ventriloquist engages audience

Ventriloquist engages audience

Tom Crowl, an experienced comedic ventriloquist, appeared on campus last Friday. In his performance, Crowl exemplified his talents through interesting choices of puppets. Crowl’s first puppet growing up, and opening…

New Faculty

New Faculty

Several new faces can be seen on the third floor of Wallace Hall, one of those being Dr. Robert Hinck. Hinck is a newly hired assistant professor in the Communication/Public…

Addressing the Dreamer’s Act

To the members of the Monmouth College community, Recently, the presidential administration announced that it would rescind protections for Dreamers, a group of undocumented young people in our country who…

Women’s Leadership Luncheon 2017

On Saturday, September 9th, women attended Monmouth College’s first women’s leadership luncheon. The event was sponsored by the Wackerle Career and Leadership Center and the Women’s Leadership Initiative. This is…

Monmouth College received largest gift in its history

Monmouth College received largest gift in its history

Monmouth College received a $20 million commitment on Monday, April 24. This generous gift is the largest commitment in the history of Monmouth College. Additionally, it is one of the…

First Scots Day of Giving raises over $150,000 for students

Students, faculty, and alumni came together for the first annual Scots Day of Giving to celebrate Monmouth College’s 164th birthday. Officially founded on April 18th, 1853, Scots Day was appropriately…