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Poet Thom Caraway shares published works

Poet Thom Caraway shares published works

Last Thursday the ears of many creative writing students, as well as other audience members, were blessed by poet Thom Caraway. Caraway is originally from Spokane, Washington and completed a…

Swimming and Diving finish regular season

On the 21 of January, the Fighting Scots Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive teams concluded there regular season at the Principia Panther Invitational. The men’s team placed third of…

Students march for sanctuary campus

Students march for sanctuary campus

On Wednesday a large gathering of students and faculty marched from the quad on the outside of the Stockdale Center to the front of Wallace Hall while chanting familiar phrases…

Water Polo ends season with win

Last weekend, the men’s water polo team travelled to Erie, Pennsylvania to compete in the Mid-Atlantic Western Division Championships. Their first game was against second-seeded Salem International University. Each team…

New partnership benefits first-generation students

New partnership benefits first-generation students

Monmouth College and Strive for College have partnered up to increase the opportunities for low-income, first-generation college students. Strive for College is an online community where avid up-and-coming students can…

Crowdfunding projects off to a good start

Monmouth College’s current promotional slogan is “Free the Possible” and with various crowdfunding projects being featured on the “Inspire Monmouth” page, the professors heading the projects are doing just that.…

Bradsfield, Brown earn All-Conference

Last weekend the Men’s Water Polo team played four games in two days against Penn State Behrend, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Connecticut College, and Washington and Jefferson College. The men’s…

Admissions office ups enrollment efforts

Three weeks ago our school newspaper released its second issue of the year that included an article about how enrollment is at its lowest since 2004. Since then, there has…