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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…

McMike academic undergoes renovations

Tear out cabinets, re-tile an entire floor, add plywood to walls and re-paint, all in two weeks? No problem. Visitors of McMichael Academic will notice some marked changes since last…

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

This time of year, the utility members of the Monmouth College staff are as busy as ever. In addition to the everyday maintenance jobs, the staff is also hard at…

iStudent Profile

iStudent Profile

Jeffery Ricketts-Hagan is an extremely friendly and outgoing individual. If you sat down and engaged in a conversation with Ricketts-Hagan, much of what you would learn about him wouldn’t come…

New hire searches in full swing: Eleven hire searches in full swing

Change is coming for the faculty at Monmouth College as some new faces are set to join the ranks next fall…11, to be specific, if all of the departments searching…

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…