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The first 100 days: a recap

On Saturday, the United States will be approaching the 100 day mark of having Donald Trump at the helm as our President. Since Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the first 100 days…

An interview with Martin O’Malley

Last week, The Courier had the opportunity to interview Martin O’Malley, who rose onto the national stage in 2016 during his run for the Democratic Presidential Nomination. Previously, O’Malley served…

Students study real world of immigration

Students study real world of immigration

While other students were spending time on the beach or partying, ten members of the Monmouth College community traveled south in order to gain a better understanding of the Mexico-United…

Mayoral candidate meets with students

On Wednesday night, one of the candidates for mayor of Monmouth campaigned on campus. DuWayne Brooks spoke to 15 students affiliated with UMOJA in the Tartan Room of the Stockdale…

Meet the Courier

Meet the Courier

Jacob Marx, senior, is the Political Editor at the Courier. The duties of the Politcal Editor are to write and find writers for any political stories that emerge. Originally from…

Interview with Monmouth Mayor Rod Davies

Although over a month away, the mayoral race for the city of Monmouth is in full swing. The Courier’s Political Editor Jacob Marx sat down with current mayor Rod Davies…

The Press – not the enemy

Last Friday, President Donald Trump tweeted “The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!” after a…

Students rally for MAP Grants at Capitol

Last Wednesday, seven Monmouth students and an advisor traveled the two hours to Springfield to support the state funding of MAP grants. The students attended the rally as members of…

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