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“I bet you fly faster than you run”

“I bet you fly faster than you run”

Austin “ARay” Ray passed away on March 11, 2017 due to an unfortunate and untimely motorcycle accident. Role model to his younger brothers Colton and Skylar, over the years Ray…

Extreme penalties for parking violations

Fifteen to twenty cars are booted every week in Monmouth College parking lots. Car boots are a new addition to security’s action against cars in violation of parking regulations. Head…

Unsung Hero

Unsung Hero

Jevanie Gillen works in Wallace Hall as an administrative assistant for the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, otherwise known as CAMWS. CAMWS is an organization that is…

Housing questions answered

In a little over a month the general housing sign-up process will begin and stress levels will begin to peak as returning students desperately try to obtain that special room…

Adjusting to MyMC

A recent change that is affecting all students on campus is the MyMC update. The person behind the change is Mr. Daryl Carr, Monmouth College’s Director of Information Services. Carr…

Bowl the lanes at Tombstone Luau event

Monmouth’s own Tombstone Bowl, Bowling Alley will be hosting an event for college students on Wednesday, April 12 from 7:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M. The cost of admission will be…

Comm majors hold World Speech Day event

Comm majors hold World Speech Day event

The seniors of Lori Walters-Kramer’s COMM-491 “Freedom of Expression” capstone class held a campus-wide streaming event in honor of World Speech Day on March 15, 2017. The event featured various…

Interview with Monmouth Mayor Rod Davies

Although over a month away, the mayoral race for the city of Monmouth is in full swing. The Courier’s Political Editor Jacob Marx sat down with current mayor Rod Davies…