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New Faculty: Jonathan Coley

New Faculty: Jonathan Coley

Fresh-faced Jonathan Coley is one of the newest additions to the Monmouth College Sociology and Anthropology department. Navigating to his tucked-away office in the basement of Wallace Hall, one feels…

Scotland Yard Gets Mixed Reviews

Scotland Yard Gets Mixed Reviews

“I like the way it looks downstairs but overall it was better last year” Malik Mitchell a junior at Monmouth said when he was asked what he thought about the…

Becoming Published with Lori Walters-Kramer

Becoming Published with Lori Walters-Kramer

The phrase “becoming published” seems exhausting to some, but for others, like Dr. Lori Walters-Kramer, it is just another day in the communicative world of Academia. When the media decides…

9th Annual Labor Day lecture highlights history of women’s labor movement

Over the years, Labor Day has developed into society’s excuse for a day off and to enjoy summer’s “last weekend.” However, it’s important to take the annual opportunity of Labor…

University of Chicago Letter Brings Controversy, Debate to College Campuses

One of the more controversial topics of the past week has been the letter released by the Admissions Department at the University of Chicago regarding safe spaces and trigger warnings.…

MC Handicapped Accessible

As freshman pile into the chairs facing the storied Wallace Hall, the slogan “What College Was Meant to Be” rings in the ears of students, administration, and faculty. With moderately…

Student Request for more Water Filtration Systems

Have you ever been running on the treadmill in the Trotter Fitness Center and went over to the drinking fountain to quench your thirst? Or have you ever stopped at…

School year ends on a positive note

Institutions of higher learning in Illinois received welcome and surprising news Friday that the General Assembly had passed funding that could be allocated for MAP grants, Governor Rauner has reportedly…