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The ‘I love you’ syndrome

During my two semesters at Monmouth College I have learned to use the words “I love you” daily. This is something unique and something extremely American. In Sweden, saying “I…

There are a few things you should know …

Eye spy Recent changes in airport security have made government official concerned about the future of espionage. Following September 11, airports around the world began to implant passports with software…

One Marine’s Blog and “The Laramie Project: 10 years later”

According to big bang cosmology the universe came into existence approximately 14 billion years ago from the violent explosion of a singularity, which has continued to cool and expand over…

Letter to the Editor: Honey, I screwed the kids

The article “Durbin talks to Monmouth Students” (The Courier, March 2, 2012) inadvertently exposes Sen. Durbin as yet another con artist politician. The student-loan debt burden is undeniably a problem.…

Letter to the Editor: On faculty tenure procedure

Because some students have expressed concern about the evaluation of Monmouth College faculty, the faculty Personnel Committee thought it would be helpful to explain how faculty are evaluated for continuation,…

Continuing on toward the promised land

On April 3, 1968, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King declared before a large crowd in Memphis, Tenn., “I’ve been to the mountaintop … And I’ve looked over. And I’ve…

A Swede in America

A Swede in America

Being a Swede in the U.S. means discovering new ways of living every day. When I first came to America, I expected the biggest differences to be on the political,…

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The cat’s meow   In Virginia, an upstart independent is hoping to catapult his way to victory in the race for Jim Webb’s senate seat. Running on a platform of…