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Scots Day of Giving

Scots Day of Giving

In its second year, Scots Day of Giving was able to surpass last year’s total as well as this year’s goal of $185,300. In just 18 hours and 53 minutes,…

Barbara Bush passes at 92

Barbara Bush passes at 92

Barbara Bush, the former First Lady of the United States passed on Tuesday, April 17. Bush lived to be 92 years old, and died in her home in Houston on…

19 year old arrested for impersonating a doctor

A 19 year old man, Adnan Khurram, was arrested in Dehli for impersonating a doctor. He was caught after five months by making different claims to different doctors in the…

34 closing through Galesburg

34 closing through Galesburg

Beginning this month, one of the main roads that Monmouth residents and students drive closed all four of its lanes. U.S. Route 34 that runs between Monmouth and Galesburg began…

Racial profiling at Starbucks

In recent events, Starbucks has come under fire for calling the police on two black customers for “trespassing.” Last Thursday, Philadelphia authorities reported the arrest and handcuffing of two black…

1st woman wins Boston Marathon after 33 years

1st woman wins Boston Marathon after 33 years

When the Boston Marathon began at 9:32 a.m. on Monday morning, an American woman had not won the storied race since Lisa Larsen Weidenbach in 1985. Two hours, thirty-nine minutes…

A night fit for an angel

A night fit for an angel

Formal season officially concluded on Friday night when Pi Beta Phi was the last sorority to host their “Masquerade”. Many of the women donned elegant dresses while the men looked…

Youtube shooting and demonetization

Youtube shooting and demonetization

On April 3, the headquarters of YouTube was infiltrated by a content creator who ended up shooting three people and taking her own life. It is unclear what the motive…