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Fundraising hits historic marks

The money keeps rolling in for Monmouth’s development and college relations office: the college is set to complete one of its top three highest fundraising years on July 1. “Normally…

Garden Crew reorganizes

Illinois is home to some of the most fertile soil in the world. It is no surprise that Monmouth College utilizes this rich resource through campus activities, including the Educational…

Student charges explained

Student charges explained

Starting today, returning students’ families will receive a letter from the office of the president announcing new tuition changes for the coming year. The changes include a three percent increase…

3-D printer grants unlimited possibilities: NSF grant purchases printer for MC physics department project

3-D printer grants unlimited possibilities: NSF grant purchases printer for MC physics department project

Human organ transplants may become a thing of the past as research develops in the field of three-dimensional printing. Last summer, the Monmouth College physics department joined the effort to…

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

Known as the “Resume Queen” by some of her co-workers, you may recognize this career guru if you’ve ever needed help finding an internship, job or just needed a few…

iStudent Files

iStudent Files

Jacob Grey is currently a junior here at Monmouth College. He considers himself shy, quiet and reserved, so when he first arrived, making friends was challenging. But with his charming…

Writing Center expands services: Speech and writing tutors come together to integrate disciplines

“Every writer needs a reader.” That is the motto of the Monmouth College Writing Center. Writing tutors are available to help students with every step in the writing process, from…

Campus email blitzed

Since the beginning of August, students and faculty have been experiencing an influx of phishing emails that aim to trick the recipient in giving up personal information. The emails come…