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Courier theft handled quickly

Sometime in the morning of Friday, Feb. 17, a group of students stole copies of The Courier from across campus. Courier staff became aware of the incident shortly after noon…

Students prepare for Lent

Students prepare for Lent

Kyla Quigley/The Courier  The Rev. Teri Ott crosses a student’s forehead with ashes during an ecumenical evening service for Ash Wednesday in Dahl Chapel.…

Printer policy sees positive results

According to Chief Information Officer Daryl Carr, students printed on average 97 pages last semester, with only 32 of approximately 1300 MC students going over their 300-page limit. In Fall…

Pipe band’s membership to decline

The Fighting Scots. Big Red. The Pipe Band. As soon as students of Monmouth College go through Matriculation, the Scottish culture seems to consume them. Or at least one would…

Campus Occurrences

Friday, Feb. 17 12:30 p.m. —    Copies of student newspaper taken by some students but immediately retrieved and returned for circulation. 10:45 p.m. — Bowers Hall outside door glass…

Courier breaks staff record for awards at Illinois College Press Association conference

Courier breaks staff record for awards at Illinois College Press Association conference

  When junior Nina Marini’s cartoon won first place in the open editorial cartoon category at the Illinois College Press Association (ICPA) awards ceremony on Saturday, the seven members of…

ASMC seeks new logo and website

  The Associated Students of Monmouth College want a face lift for Valentine’s Day. Tuesday’s meeting was dominated by discussions on how to improve the body’s image. ASMC will host…

Contraception ruling sparks concerns

The Department of Health and Human Services has recently ruled that employers should be required to provide health care plans that cover contraception and birth control at no cost, a…