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HT hit hard by vandalism

At approximately 4 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, Monmouth College security reported vandalism in the third and fourth floors of the Haldeman-Thiessen (HT) science building. Between 1 and 4 a.m., an…

US News releases ranks

U. S. News and World Report published its rankings for America’s national liberal arts colleges Sept. 13. However, the very place that advertises it is “what college was meant to…

Tickets and vandalism test students’ tempers

Due to an increase in tickets issued, students are becoming more vocal about parking, but the administration is saying nothing. Several students have said they feel the new rules are…

HT vandalized over weekend

According to Monmouth College Security, Haldeman-Theissen (HT) was vandalized early Saturday morning at approximately 4 a.m. Reported issues include: Damage to plants in greenhouse Overturned tables and chairs in classrooms…

Food and dance aid in cultural exchange

Food and dance aid in cultural exchange

  At approximately 11 a.m. Saturday, a cacophony of Brazilian beats rang throughout the halls of McMichael Hall, signifying the beginning of the 2011 Cultural Festival. Every year, Intercultural Life…

Founder’s possessions to go on display

Founder’s possessions to go on display

Possessions of a Monmouth College founder will return to the school following a 10 a.m. ceremony Saturday in the Hewes Library. Gen. Abner Clark Harding’s possessions—an officer’s sword, an engraved…

ASMC addresses Broadway safety and 4-4 calendar

Associated Students of Monmouth College aims to address issues of student safety and changes to the academic calendar. ASMC is forming a committee to address traffic safety issues on Broadway.…

Campus occurrences

Saturday, Oct. 8 12:20 a.m. — Four students cited for damage to door in North Hall. Sunday, Oct. 9 2:20 a.m. — One student cited for shattering a glass door…