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New security position addresses concerns

Starting on Jan. 20, a new job listing for a “Director of Safety and Security” appeared on Monmouth College’s employment page. Main responsibilities would include performing “an campus-wide safety audit”…

VITA tackles ACA difficulties

With “Tax Day” quickly approaching, many Americans scramble to prepare last minute tax returns before April 15. Notable changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) cause filing health insurance to…

ScotSpeak! headed to nationals

The Monmouth College forensic team, better known as ScotSpeak!, will head to the National Individual Events Tournament in April for the first time since its debut four years ago. Senior…

WIU student-editor suspended: Western Courier Editor-In-Chief faces disciplinary action in wake of viral video

Information for the following story was provided by Tri-States Public Radio. MACOMB – Western Illinois University is making headlines by taking action against the student who recorded and sold footage…

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

Orientation, Family Weekend, Commencement, Homecoming. Everyone on campus has experienced at least one or more of these events. But who can we all thank for putting these events together? In…

MC-TV celebrates milestone anniversary

This month marks the 10 year anniversary for Monmouth College’s television station MC-TV. Each week MC-TV produces the newscast “This Week” that features campus and community news, in addition to…

Stain on the game

Stain on the game

Super Bowl Sunday is known for many things: football, the half-time show and a deluge of commercial interruptions. Domestic violence and sexual assault, however, are never a part of the…

Quinby house flags, wreath stolen

At about 12 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24, President Clarence Wyatt made his usual rounds before locking up Quinby House for the night. Opening the front door resulted in an…