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MC celebrates black culture

Throughout February, the Association for Student Activity Programming, Umoja, Crimson Masque and Intercultural Life celebrated African-American culture as part of Black History Month. Umoja held two movie nights, gave recipes…

SigEp wins six awards at national conference

Monmouth’s Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter recently brought home six awards from Carlson Leadership Academy, a national program of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Twenty-one members attended the Carlson Leadership Academy Feb. 24-26…

ASMC discusses project updates

Discussion of next year’s 4-4 calendar and project updates dominated Tuesday’s Associated Students of Monmouth College meeting. Dean of Faculty David Timmerman led discussion on next year’s 4-4 calendar. He…

Campus occurrences

Saturday, Feb. 24 11:00 p.m. — One student cited for damage to bathroom in Graham Hall. 11:17 p.m. — One student cited for open alcohol in an unapproved area, Intercultural…

Women head to NCAA tournament against University of Chicago

The Fighting Scots went down in history this past weekend by becoming the first ever women’s team to qualify for the NCAA tournament. After defeating Lake Forest and Carroll University,…

‘Say It Loud’ addresses race

‘Say It Loud’ addresses race

“Say It Loud,” the event hosted by Umoja and the Crimson Masque, was a hit, with students filling the seats and waiting for the first act. The first half was…

Majors see change

In the four months since Monmouth College faculty voted to adopt the 4-4 calendar, departments have proposed amended majors to the curriculum committee. Since then, the committee has reviewed the…

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…