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Application process revised

The campus is not the only thing about Monmouth College that has been under construction in 2011. Though the equipment, and massive pits and piles of dirt have received a…

New scholarship aims to attract strong students

Monmouth College gives out an enormous amount of financial aid. Approximately 99 percent of students receive grants from the college. While in years past that grant has only paid for…

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…

Campus occurrences

Thursday, Sept. 29 11:00 p.m. — One student cited for drug paraphernalia in Founders Village. Two students cited for use of marijuana. Friday, Sept. 30 2:23 a.m. — One student…

Calendar proposal will get a facelift

Calendar proposal will get a facelift

Faculty Senate plans to draft a new 4-4 proposal for the next faculty meeting on Oct. 4 The proposed 4-4 calendar may not have passed faculty muster last Tuesday, but…

Enrollment numbers hold steady this year

In previous years, Monmouth College has gone through a trend of increasing enrollment. However, figures from the entering class of 2011 have showed a decline in student enrollment. With an…

Campus occurrences

(09/01/11- 09/08/11) 1. Three students cited for underage drinking. 2. Shattered window in North Hall. Matter referred to the Office of Residence Life. 3. One student arrested for damage to…

On-street parking causes complaints

City may be forced act if the college can’t resolve parking problems soon Last week’s ASMC meeting created quite a stir due to a rumor that street side parking was…