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Underground undergoes format change

Over the past decade the area located below Grier Hall, known as the Underground, has seen several different formats for students. Within the past couple of years the Underground has…

4-4 proposal fails

4-4 proposal fails

For now, no changes will be made to Monmouth’s academic calendar. The current proposal was narrowly defeated in a vote of 47 to 48 in a special faculty meeting. The…

Calendar change up for vote Tuesday

Calendar change up for vote Tuesday

    Click Here to read the full report. September 6 may change the fate of Monmouth College. Then again it may not. Next Tuesday, Monmouth’s faculty senate will vote a proposed…

Sororities see spike in recruitment

Sororities see spike in recruitment

With a boom in this year’s Panhellenic Recruitment, Monmouth College’s Greek life system will experience a minor overhaul in the amount of women each sorority can have. This increase could…

Student parking pains

Students struggle to find parking as construction cuts down on available parking spaces With the gigantic dirt hole located in between the Huff, Admission’s office, and Bower’s Residence hall, it’s no…

Campus occurrences

08/26-09/01/2011 1. False alarm in the Fraternity Complex. 2. One unwanted non-student escorted off-campus. 3. Bowers Hall south door glass shattered. Matter referred to the Office of Residence Life. 4.…

Ditzler elected to new office

President Mauri Ditzler was elected 2011-12 chair of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU) at the association’s recent annual meeting. APCU is an independent, not-for-profit organization of more…

Cornerstone dedicated during move-in day

Cornerstone dedicated during move-in day

As the class of 2015 began their Monmouth College careers by moving in to their freshmen residence halls, Monmouth College trustees and area leaders gathered on the Wallace Hall lawn…