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Freedom of speech comes with responsibility

On March 13, 2015, President Wyatt sent an email to faculty and staff explaining that the campus discussion board was suspended because the standards of “civility, respect, and intellectual openness…

Competitive speech gives me hope for humanity

I love our speech team. There, I said it. I thought I’d hate it, with policy debate not being an option, but I fell in love with the interpretation side…

FIFA changes the game

The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is trying to clean up the mess it made when the organization awarded Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup. Instead of the…

From the Editor’s Desk

March is always a time when change is on the way, graduation and weather being the most immediate markers. As a senior, I’m experiencing this with an especially concentrated level…

Social justice, the myth of the politically correct

In modern America, there’s this stigma that if you want broad social change for the betterment of the people, you’re just being “politically correct,” rather than making a point. That’s…

Sigma Phi takes home gold

On Feb. 21, the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon represented the Monmouth chapter of their fraternity at the Chicago Carlson Leadership Academy. Every year, over 2,600 undergraduate members attend conferences…

President Wyatt sends letter to parents: Letter details 2015-16 student charges, tuition increases

Dear Families of Monmouth College Students: I write to share with you the student charges for the 2015-16 academic year at Monmouth College. The announcement of new charges is always…

Campus Occurrences

January 31 – February 19 Saturday, Jan. 16 11:30 p.m. – One student cited for drugs/paraphernalia, Pattee Hall Wednesday, Feb. 11 8:30 a.m. – One student cited for drug paraphernalia,…

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