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Chorale spends their spring break in style

Chorale spends their spring break in style

Monmouth College Chorale Director Tim Pahel took his Chorale members on a memorable trip to Florida for this year’s spring break. The first stop on their tour was in Edwardsville,…

Historic start for lacrosse

Historic start for lacrosse

This spring marks a historic moment for Monmouth College athletics as the school’s lacrosse program kicks off its inaugural season. The idea of adding lacrosse as a team sport was…

Historic season for Forensics team

Historic season for Forensics team

Monmouth’s own forensics continued their history-making season last weekend with a pair of national qualifiers. The team traveled to University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire last weekend to compete at…

Class of ‘17 senior gift questions answered

The Senior Class Gift is an important part of the transition from student to alumni for every graduating class. The purpose of any gift is to leave behind a legacy…

Commencement Speaker ‘17

Commencement Speaker ‘17

Monmouth College’s 160th Commencement Exercise will be delivered by Public Broadcasting System (PBS) senior executive, Juan Sepúlveda. “Juan Sepúlveda is a living example that higher education is a pathway to…

A Muslim in the Midwest

Farhat Haq I had held on to hope and optimism in this grim political season until Friday, Jan. 27, when President Trump’s executive order with an Orwellian title –“Protecting the…

The Press – not the enemy

Last Friday, President Donald Trump tweeted “The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!” after a…

Watch out for tax scams

Amidst tax season, accounting professor Judy Peterson reminds people about the threat of tax scams and phishing. What is phishing? According to the IRS, it’s a scam carried out through…