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Students make their case in moot court

Students make their case in moot court

Monmouth College held its first ever moot court this week, with semi-finals Sunday and finals Wednesday. Morgan Hubbard, junior political science major, was declared the top advocate by Dean David…

Construction continues

Construction continues

With construction beginning in mid-July and the unveiling of the cornerstone in a special ceremony on Aug. 20, Monmouth’s new science and business center has been underway with no problems,…

Students join Occupy Chicago protests

On Sept. 17, protesters in New York City marched on Wall Street to protest financial and political corruption and set up an encampment in Zuccotti Park. So began the Occupy…

Grad. school fair will be held next Wednesday

Monmouth College will be holding its annual Graduate and Professional School Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Huff Athletic Center. Approximately 55 Midwestern…

Campus occurrences

Saturday, Oct. 15 12:30 a.m. — one student cited for open alcohol container in North Hall. 12:30 a.m. – 2:00 a.m. — Four students cited for open alcohol container in…

Fechner, Nutting speak to Comm classes about real world broadcasting

On Tuesday Oct. 18, Professor Angotti welcomed two guest speakers into his journalism and mass media courses. Jason Fechner along with recent Monmouth College graduate, Michelle Nutting, spoke to Angotti’s…

ASMC discusses parking and security concerns

Discussions of parking and campus security dominated the Associated Students of Monmouth College meeting Tuesday. During the meeting Sen. Liz Keturi (Mortar Board) announced that the City of Monmouth is…

Campus crimes frustrate students

The recent vandalism occurring at Monmouth College has caused many students to worry. Knife threats, trashed rooms, car break-ins and the vandalism at Haldeman-Theissen have been ongoing since Family Weekend.…