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It’s On Us

It’s On Us

As part of DIII Week, division three athletes have the opportunity to show their pride for their constant hard work, athletic ability, and commitment to an important cause. “As athletes,…

Stock Market Dropping

The Trump Administration has spent the first year of its tenure taking credit for dizzying highs set by the stock market, bolstered by unmitigated confidence in investment. Especially before a…

Teacher Walkout in OK & KY

Monday morning saw thousands of Oklahoma and Kentucky teachers walk off the job. These demonstrations shut down school districts across both states as the educators protested cuts in pay, benefits,…

Family found dead in Mexico resort

While many people travel to Mexico for wild vacations and excursions yearly, the Sharp family from Des Moines, Iowa did not get to fulfill this goal. The family of four…

Laura Ingraham

The last month has been defined by the bravery, advocacy, and power of the teenagers who survived a brutal mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. As…

Drinking in college

Across the United States, there are college students consuming alcohol. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), out of the 21.6 million students who enroll in…

Sinclair News Script

Sinclair News Script

One of the biggest owners of local news stations in the United States has come under fire recently for requiring their reporters to read a script informing viewers about the…

Greek Week

Greek Week

March at Monmouth College brings the usual stressors of midterms, group projects, and for the Greek community, Greek Week. Every year, each Greek organization comes together to compete for the…