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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…

Let the IL governor race begin

Although the 2016 election ended a few months ago, the race for the Illinois Governor’s Mansion has already begun. Although it is unlikely that anyone will attempt to oppose current…

Foggy future after travel ban

Foggy future after travel ban

The executive orders signed by President Donald Trump banned citizens of seven countries from entering the United States, including Syria. The ban effected international students all across the country, including…

Never Forget the MS St. Louis

When rumors of a possible immigration ban from President Trump came over Facebook late last week, the first thing to pop into my head was the story of the M.S.…

Monmouth Leadership Hold Meeting to Support International Students

Nearly 20 students whose student visa statuses are up in the air met with Monmouth College officials Monday evening to discuss what action the school will take in response to…

Best selling author presents post-election talk

Best selling author presents post-election talk

Students, faculty members, and members of the community came out to a standing room only Wells Theatre to hear from author of Hillbilly Elegy, JD Vance. Taking a look at…

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