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Senior elections see low turnout

After extending the application process by over a month, senior class elections still yielded low turn-out for the president and secretary positions for the second consecutive year, with only senior…

Monmouth to Host the 123rd Monmouth-Knox Football Game this Saturday

MONMOUTH, Ill. – Much will be at stake, but for different reasons, when Monmouth College and Knox College meet for the 123rd time Saturday. The Fighting Scots will be aiming…

Tanney Breaks NCAA All-Division Record in Conference Winning Game

The Fighting Scots football team clinched a first place finish in the Midwest Conference today by defeating Carroll University 69 to 14. Quarterback Alex Tanney also set a NCAA all-division…

IFC discusses recruitment reform

IFC discusses recruitment reform

This past Wednesday, after rescheduling the weekly meeting for 7:30 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. without alerting the public, the Interfraternity Council regrouped for the second consecutive week to discuss…

New theater on horizon

New theater on horizon

Monmouth College’s WIT Theatre  may be in its final years. Haldeman-Theissen, the building that houses the WIT Theatre, is slated to be closed by 2013. Once classes are moved from…

Trustees talk strategy

Trustees talk strategy

Monmouth College’s Board of Trustees met during Homecoming weekend to review drafts of the college’s strategic plan. Trustees were charged with looking over the draft of the public version of…

4-4 and procedure dominate ASMC

Tuesday’s Associated Students of Monmouth College meeting focused on the 4-4 calendar and parliamentary procedure. The meeting began with professor Michael Connell giving a brief summary of the transition process…

Campus occurrences

Saturday, Oct. 22 12:40 p.m. — Paramedics called after local resident suffered a seizure near the football field. 9:30 p.m. — One student cited for vandalism in Cleland Hall. Sunday,…