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Scots’ Day citations were lower than prior years

Despite security writing 22 citations for alcohol violations and 11 citations for physical altercations in the seven days ranging from Scots’ Eve to the weekend of April, 22nd , the…

Tanney’s NFL draft prospects poor

Alex Tanney turned out to be the main topic for Dan Nolan, guest speaker at the Monmouth Rotary Club meeting this past Monday. With the year at Monmouth College coming…

Turnout low at Relay for Life

Turnout low at Relay for Life

Local children play with a lung during Monmouth College’s Relay for Life on Friday. Numerous community members and college students came to show their support but due to a decline…

Speakers chosen for Commencement

President Mauri Ditzler has announced this year’s commencement speakers. This year, eight seniors will speak at graduation. The first of the eight speakers are five seniors who have yet to…

Schwehn to deliver Thompson Lecture on Monday

MONMOUTH— Mark Schwehn, provost at Valparaiso University, will be delivering this year’s Thompson Lecture at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 30 in the Morgan Room in Poling Hall. His talk…

Campus occurrences

Thursday, April 19 9:01 p.m. — Fire alarm pulled in North Hall. 11:00 p.m. — Two students cited for open alcohol container in an unapproved area in Bowers Hall.  …

Variety defines this year’s Scots’ Day

During early afternoon on April 17, Scots’ Day, students and faculty gathered around a life-sized bingo grid, many of them with a vested interest. When the door to a rusty…

Poll probes Monmouth student politics

Students from the Introduction to Journalism and the Politics and Government of the Midwest classes surveyed 299 students about the upcoming presidential election. 154 of the students surveyed were male…