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Tenure review process dominates faculty discussion

Talk of tenure topped this month’s faculty meeting, held Tuesday, April 3. The discussion stemmed from concerns about personnel procedures after some professors were not promoted earlier this semester. Some…

West bids fond farewell to Monmouth

“She took one look at me and handed me a theater interest sheet, saying ‘You’re going to need this,’” said sophomore Merissa Lewiston about when she first met theater assistant…

Campus occurrences (March 1 – April 19)

Saturday, March 3 7:00 p.m.  — False fire alarm in Graham Hall. Sunday, March 4 8:20 a.m. — Student car parked on Broadway vandalized. Monmouth College security is investigating. Monday,…

Illinois MAP Grant funding dries up early

It is no secret to anyone that each year Illinois’s  Monetary Award Program (MAP) Grant runs out of money earlier and earlier. This year, the grant ran out of funding…

Tenure to top discussion at next faculty meeting

Monmouth College professors will discuss the process of granting tenure and future job security at the April 3 faculty meeting. The discussion is a result of the Personnel Committee’s denial…

Registrar, students navigate new 4-4

Students across campus are collectively scratching their heads to make sense of their schedules next year under the 4-4, but the Registrar’s office is working overtime in an attempt to…

Schilling to face Bustos in Nov.

It’s 2012, and that means another presidential election year. The Illinois primaries took place on March 20, and the major races in the area with candidates included the presidential race,…

Monmouth to forgive snow route tickets

MONMOUTH— Due to untimely notification of this weekend’s snow emergency, the City of Monmouth is reducing Snow Emergency Street parking tickets down to a warning. Affected students and Monmouth residents…