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Monmouth Police Chief Bill Feithen is a commanding officer worth getting to know, as long as he’s not arresting you. A native of Lockport, Feithen grew up in a strong…

CSB undergoes repairs over spring break, more anticipated

Faculty and students have been breaking in the new Center for Science and Business building since its official opening last summer, and in the process have discovered that some aspects…

Commencement speaker revealed, chosen by trustee

President Mauri Ditzler announced this year’s commencement speaker will be Vice President for Global Programs at Research Triangle Institute, Paul Weisenfeld. Weisenfeld has more than 22 years of experience in…

Pattee residents charged for unclaimed turd

Pattee residents charged for unclaimed turd

Something smells in Pattee Hall, and unfortunately, it’s costing residents over $3,000. On March 21 A custodian informed one of the Resident Assistants (RAs) that feces was found on the…

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If you need something judged, graded or appraised you go to R. W. Young and Associates Incorporated. A Warren County local who grew up on a farm just north of…

College to fill 16 faculty positions

Contributing WriterMonmouth College hired five new tenure-track professors in five different departments. These five hires are just a small portion of incoming faculty to the campus. With 11 positions, both…

International students fill more campus jobs

While utilizing the various facilities on campus, students may have noticed more new faces than usual popping up behind desks and working behind the scenes. Monmouth College’s population of international…

College integrates more social media

College integrates more social media

Just mentioning parents on Facebook can elicit a groan from almost any college student. It can be bizarre to see adults using spaces that are typically reserved for teens and…