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President Mauri Ditzler readies for final farewell

President Mauri Ditzler readies for final farewell

The end of June will mark the end of a career spanning nine years at Monmouth College when President Mauri Ditzler will officially hand over the reins to an interim…

Students rally for Equal Pay Day

On Tuesday, President Obama signed a new Executive Order to prevent workplace discrimination and empower female workers to take control over negotiations regarding their pay. That same day, women from Monmouth and…

Honors program revitalized for flexibility

When Professor Marsha Dopheide took over the honors program at Monmouth College in fall 2011, she noticed that the program wasn’t fitting every student’s needs. Since then, she’s been working…

Steampunk meets Shakespeare for ‘Twelfth Night’

Steampunk meets Shakespeare for ‘Twelfth Night’

While there have been many modern adaptations of Shakespeare, the theater department is putting on a unique interpretation of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night (or What You Will).” Directed by Emily Rollie…

Scholar’s Day coming soon

Tuesday, April 29 marks an important event in the Monmouth College calendar: Scholar’s Day, a day set aside for celebrating the hard work and achievements of students all around campus.…

‘39 Steps’ production features cast of four at Fusion Theatre

Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have “The 39 Steps,” a fast-paced whodunit packed with nonstop laughs, and over…

Our Town

For Albert Algren, phone calls in the middle of the night are the norm. After 19 years of experience as the Warren County State’s Attorney, Algren has insights to share…

Demolition, reconstruction in future for science, garden houses

Demolition, reconstruction in future for science, garden houses

During the past four years, the idea of an educational garden and experimental farm cultivated by college students grew into a reality at 1042 E. Broadway, where a group of…