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Students study real world of immigration

Students study real world of immigration

While other students were spending time on the beach or partying, ten members of the Monmouth College community traveled south in order to gain a better understanding of the Mexico-United…

Thompson lecture fuels concern for food related issues

Thompson lecture fuels concern for food related issues

Michael Ableman, an organic farmer, photographer, advocate for local food systems and friend of Monmouth College, visited the campus earlier this week to speak at the Thompson Lecture. The Thompson…

Unsung Hero

Unsung Hero

There are few things that students enjoy more than receiving a letter or package in the mail at school; but none of that would be possible without Student Mailroom Clerk,…

Talent show raises funds to support families in Aleppo

Talent show raises funds to support families in Aleppo

Last Saturday students, who are natives of Syria, hosted a talent show that was created to aid civilians trapped within the crisis in Aleppo, Syria. Currently, a six-year civil war…

Mayoral candidate meets with students

On Wednesday night, one of the candidates for mayor of Monmouth campaigned on campus. DuWayne Brooks spoke to 15 students affiliated with UMOJA in the Tartan Room of the Stockdale…

Op ed contributor

I don’t like my job. That’s because some days it is filled with emails, meetings and tedious tasks. Some days the sun rises and sets while it seems like I’ve…

Market Alley Wines free event

Market Alley Wines will be catering to Monmouth College students on Thursday April 6. From 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. owner Susan Schuytema is opening her bar to allow those who…

Class of 2021 make Monmouth their home

Monmouth College’s campus was filled with many new faces this past weekend. The Admissions Office held an accepted students program from Friday, March 24 to Saturday, March 25. It was…