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MC students’ right to medical amnesty

For most Monmouth students their arrival to campus marks the first time in their lives that they will find themselves alone and relatively unsupervised. With this newfound freedom comes numerous…

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

Whether it’s extensive rehabilitation or simply taping an ankle, assistant athletic trainer Bob Mead is here to save the day for injured athletes at Monmouth College. More commonly known as…

Chicago stoplights raise questions

Not long ago, the city of Chicago made the news for illegally shortening their yellow light times. The legal limit for yellow light times in the city of Chicago is…

Positive, negative rights: Individual liberty vs. societal gain: Who wins in this game?

Recently, while taking a citizenship course required for seniors to graduate from Monmouth College, I learned about positive and negative rights. Previously, I had not been introduced nor informed about…

Campus Occurrences

Oct. 1 – Oct. 22 Friday, Oct. 3 7:15 p.m. – False fire alarm, Bowers Hall Three students cited for disorderly conduct, Bowers Hall Saturday, Oct. 4 4:49 p.m. –…

Our voice in teacher effectiveness

After every end of a semester, my email inbox always fills up with teacher evaluations, and, like any good student should do, I fill them out honestly. I have credited…

Mummy Run 5K to be held in Monmouth for college scholarship

MONMOUTH – Latinos Unidos de Monmouth (LUM) will host a Mummy Run 5K Run/Walk on Oct. 25 at 9 a.m. All proceeds from the race will fund a college scholarship…

Letter to the Editor: Changing the present by censoring the past

Recently, I read an article in which students in Denver, Colorado were protesting a change in the curriculum of their Advanced Placement U.S. History class. The change was going to…

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