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Bustos brings her campaign to college

Cheri Bustos is running for the Democratic nomination to run against incumbent Bobby Schilling (R) for the 17th U.S. Congressional District. She brought her message and campaign to Warren County…

Fickle financial aid troubles students

There are some things that students will never stop complaining about and money is one of them. It seems like every year someone is trying to get rid of the…

Faculty talks athletes

Athletics and attendance dominated the Tuesday’s faculty meeting where director of athletics Roger Haynes clarified the attendance policy for student athletes. “Student athletes should  only have the expectation to be…

Campus occurrences

Sunday, Feb. 5 7:54 p.m. — False fire alarm in Fulton Hall. 3:45 a.m. — False fire alarm in Bowers Hall. Early morning — Bathroom window broken in Graham Hall.…

Goodwin gives $1 million

In the late 1970s, self-described “mediocre student ” Kevin Goodwin entered the classroom of Professor Rod Lemon for a class entitled “Intermediate Price Theory.” By the end of the semester,…

RAs due for raise

According to Dean Mohsin Masood, students working for residence life are due for a salary raise. Currently, first year Resident Assistants make $2400 for the year, but Masood plans on…

ASMC talks cameras

In its first meeting of the semester, Associated Students of Monmouth College discussed the possibility of installing security cameras on campus. The issue, which the body first discussed in late…

YesPlus gives students a second chance

Struggling first-time freshmen can breath a little easier. Those with grade point averages below 0.8 were not automatically dismissed this year but were given the option to improve their academic…