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Unsung Hero

As an incoming freshman or a returning student, it is no surprise that Jayne Schreck is a familiar face to many. While the Admissions Office works directly with incoming students…

Galesburg lead issues gain national attention

With the national spotlight on Flint due to the lead contamination in the water, more communities are being examined to find out if they fall within standards. One of these…

Stockdale gets lit

On Saturday, a grease fire broke out in the Scots Grille area of Stockdale’s main cafeteria during the evening meal. The building was evacuated and the Monmouth Fire Department arrived…

General receives new scholarship in visual arts

General receives new scholarship in visual arts

On Tuesday, the art department announced Gabrielle General as the first recipient of the Lobie Stone Visual Arts Scholarship. Established this spring by President Clarence Wyatt in honor of his…

Forensics Family Heads To Nationals

Forensics Family Heads To Nationals

Talented students on the Monmouth College forensics team showcased their talents on Tuesday night. The MC forensics team headed to the nationals tournament in Muncie, Indiana on Wednesday, but before…

Nutrition’s magic number is 300

Hy-Vee dietician Lauren Wolfrum coined this phrase during the nutrition seminar on Wednesday while talking about eating 300 calories less each day to lose one pound of fat per week.…

What it means to “be brown and be down”

The directors of the film “Mala Mala,” Antonio Santini and Dan Sickles, were among the various artists that attended a symposium inspired by the racial slurs from the cleaning product…

MC2 reassures higher education for class of 2020

MC2 reassures higher education for class of 2020

The Monmouth College Commitment guarantees perspective students a year of tuition-free study if they are unable to meet the academic and social expectations within four consecutive years of enrollment. These…