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Students and faculty discuss 4-4 plan

Students and faculty discuss 4-4 plan

  Tuesday evening, faculty and students met to address concerns and questions regarding the college’s plans to change the academic calendar. Between 40 and 50 students attended a special meeting…

‘Unconstitutional’ for Constitution Day

‘Unconstitutional’ for Constitution Day

“Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001.”  That is the official title of the more commonly known “Patriot Act,” and…

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…

New 4-4 calendar proposals unveiled

Faculty Senate unveiled three new 4-4 proposals Wednesday afternoon. Each one modifies the original 4-4 proposal drafted over the summer.     The first proposal adds a requirement that students take one…

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…

Fighting Scots beat Lawrence 56-0

For the second straight week, Monmouth College threatened their own school record, this time in a 56-0 shutout of Lawrence. The Fighting Scots’ offense rolled up 682 yards of offense,…