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Women’s Marches

Women’s Marches

It has been a year since the Women’s Marches of 2017, but this past weekend proves that people have not forgotten the issues they marched against last January. Across the…

Hawaii Missile Warning

Hawaii Missile Warning

For 38 terrifying minutes, Hawaiians feared for their lives as a false alarm caused residents to believe that there was a ballistic missile inbound. The alert, which went live at…

DACA Timeline

DACA Timeline

It all started in 2012 with President Obama’s executive order, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which would defer deportation for young immigrants who entered the United States illegally and were…

Enhancing Scots Dining

Enhancing Scots Dining

As a result of campus participation, the dining services have listened to and considered opinions that were recorded by a campus wide survey. The survey was released with an intent…

New Faculty Profile

New Faculty Profile

Professor Janis Wunderlich is one of the newest additions to Monmouth College as Assistant Professor within the art department. Professor Wunderlich grew up in Kent, Ohio. Before coming to Monmouth,…

Government Shutdown

Last Friday, the Senate failed to pass a spending bill and the result was a three-day government shutdown that started on Saturday morning. The shutdown ended on Monday after the…

Op-ed: Take a Risk

The other day I was thinking about how people tend to not take risks. In terms of mortality, it makes sense, right? I mean, you would not want to jump…

Athletes and Depression

Athletes and Depression

Disclaimer: Quotations used by the Monmouth College student athlete are kept anonymous to ensure personal well-being and privacy. Monmouth College athletics prides itself on the idea of being a student…