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Malak Atassi, a junior, is a girl from Syria with serious ambition. Atassi is from Homs, Syria. Syria is north of Jordan, east of Lebanon and south of Turkey. Within…

iStudent Files

iStudent Files

Samuel Adjei, better known as Sam, is currently a freshman here at Monmouth College and was born in Kumasi, Ghana. Adjei comes from a family of three, one older brother…

I-Student Files

I-Student Files

With everything that is going on in Syria, Monmouth is a safe place for Syrian exchange student Jad Freyha. Though he is afraid for Syria and its unsettled future, Freyha…

I-student Files

Only two months in the United States and Cyril Hansen-Quartey is just like any other American teenager. He is one of eight international students here at Monmouth from Ghana. Instead…

Housing woes amplified

Last week’s rain added insult to injury with campus housing complaints when some students found puddles in their rooms. Two apartments in Founders Village sustained water damage last week when…

Changes to dining options met with mixed success, confusion

Since arriving back on campus, students at Monmouth College may have noticed some changes to their meal plans, specifically prices in Scotland Yard and the expanded selection at Scots Market.…

Demolition, reconstruction in future for science, garden houses

Demolition, reconstruction in future for science, garden houses

During the past four years, the idea of an educational garden and experimental farm cultivated by college students grew into a reality at 1042 E. Broadway, where a group of…

Students face difficult housing sign-up issues

A lower voluntary attrition rate as well as successful recruitment efforts lead to “hectic” housing sign-ups this past week. While upperclassmen utilized block-housing to their advantage, many students reported difficulty…

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