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Classics Day attracts over 300 students

Classics Day attracts over 300 students

On October 22, students from Monmouth College and the surrounding area were invited to attend the third annual Classics Day hosted by Monmouth College’s Classics Department. The event took place…

The Americans: dialogue through theater

On November 3, Monmouth College’s own Wells Theater will be host to The Free Street Theater Company’s production of The Americans, a play created by Coya Paz, the artistic director…

Theater Dept. takes twist on Oedipus Rex

Theater Dept. takes twist on Oedipus Rex

Over Halloween weekend, the Monmouth College Theatre Department put on Sophocles’s Oedipus Rex, with a twist. The play was transformed from ancient Greek tragedy to Film Noir, which can be…

Trick or Treat on 7th Street

The Monmouth College Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SACC) brought trick or treating to campus in order to bring together student-athletes and the Monmouth community. SAAC members Michelle Nafziger, Carl O’Connor,…

Who is Gary Johnson

Election Day this year is Tuesday Nov 8 and already on the ballot for president there are two candidates. They candidates are Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary…

Crowdfunding projects off to a good start

Monmouth College’s current promotional slogan is “Free the Possible” and with various crowdfunding projects being featured on the “Inspire Monmouth” page, the professors heading the projects are doing just that.…

Bagpipe band dwindles

Bagpipe band dwindles

In the last two years, only one member of the Monmouth College bagpipe band has been recruited by the college, while six have left. The decline in recruitment for the…

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

Dr. Megan Hinrichsen has firm roots around the country and the world, but luckily, she has decided to plant herself here at Monmouth College. Dr. Hinrichsen grew up in Pennsylvania…