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Office of Admission sets new records

Office of Admission sets new records With a 61 percent increase in applications from last year, a 19 percent increase from their all-time high, and more applications still coming in,…

Campus Occurrences

Friday, Oct 19 2:49 P.M. – One student reported stolen wallet, Cleland Hall. Saturday, Oct 20 1:08 A.M. – Three students cited for riding bikes in Graham Hall hallways. Sunday,…

Scots rack up 600 yards in blowout of the Vikings

Monmouth rolled up 600 yards of offense and junior running back Trey Yocum moved to within one touchdown of the Fighting Scots’ all-time record in a 56-28 win at Lawrence.…

Crime statistics reveal increases

Crime statistics reveal increases

Recently, the crime statistics for Monmouth College were released to the public. At first glance, these numbers look very low, but there are a few areas where crime seems to…

Angotti presents developments in exit polling

Angotti presents developments in exit polling

For the first time in election history, this year the television networks will be conducting exit polls in 19 fewer regions, rather than the 51 previously polled. The networks made…

Survey shows many voters misinformed

Survey shows many voters misinformed With the prominence of today’s 24-hour news cycle full of pundits and campaign workers, there is a lot of information going out. Some of this…

Departments seek ACBSP accreditation

Before he left, Don Capner and the Board of Trustees agreed on the next step for two departments were necessary – and now the Monmouth College Business and Accounting Departments…

Phonathon exceeds goal

This year’s Phonathon has been quite the success. Every year, the phonathon, which is divided into two four-week and five-week sessions during the fall and spring semesters, hires a group…