News Archive

February 2017

2/22
 
Chorale tour Vocal ensemble to be joined in Florida by Chamber Choir, Sassy Lassies
2/22
 
Extra! Extra! Courier staff receives seven Illinois College Press Association awards
2/22
 
Grand opening On beautiful February day, Monmouth College lacrosse makes its debut
2/22
 
Leadership workshop College to host Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership event March 18
2/17
 
Poetry reading Award-winning Janice Harrington to read from her works Feb. 28
2/17
 
Great Decisions Monmouth's Bloomer to lead discussion on U.S. Foreign Policy and Petroleum
2/16
 
Commencement speaker PBS executive Juan Sepúlveda to give address on May 14
2/16
 
Flute recital Music faculty member Madeline Wood featured at Feb. 22 event
2/15
 
Making history Adams, Downey first forensics team members to qualify for AFA tourney
2/14
 
‘Ambulantes Vendedores’ Art exhibit by Wichita State’s Bubp to open Feb. 17
2/14
 
Fox Classics Lecture Harvard scholar Coleman to discuss ‘Defeat in the Arena’ on Feb. 27
2/10
 
Future of farming Monmouth College panel says working together will be a key
2/10
 
Liberty Clarinet Quartet Part of USAF's Band of Mid-America to perform free concert Feb. 16
2/09
 
Programs continue Great Decisions tackles Saudi Arabia; Associates to feature new CEO program
2/08
 
How will 2017 go? Monmouth professor details the ‘uncertainty’ of economic outlook
2/08
 
Which ads were Super? Students take a look at 66 ads from ‘shared viewing experience’
2/06
 
Phishing awareness Monmouth accounting professor cautions to be on alert for tax scams
2/02
 
Great Decisions Smolensky to lead discussion on ‘Conflict in the South China Sea’
2/02
 
Dinner and cabaret Chorale to host Valentine-themed event Feb. 10 at country club
2/01
 
Super commercials College class studies the ads for Sunday’s big game
2/01
 
‘Affinity’ Ian and Natalie Shelly featured in Everett Gallery exhibit
2/01
 
Black History Month Eight events planned for Monmouth College’s celebration

January 2017

1/31
 
Collaborative exhibit Monmouth students adding BLM works to those from Oswego East High School
1/31
 
The future of farming Global Food Security Triad hosting panel on Feb. 9
1/30
 
From the President In response to recent executive order
1/28
 
Stockdale Fellows & Scholarship Competition Best and brightest visit campus
1/27
 
Dean’s List Here are the students made it for Fall 2016
1/27
 
Archaeological workshop Participants can handle 8,000-year-old artifacts, learn illustration techniques
1/27
 
‘Trade and Politics’ Next Great Decisions to be led by Monmouth’s Jessica Vivian
1/26
 
Damian dives in New history professor 'over the moon' about teaching at Monmouth
1/25
 
Free tax preparation College to once again offer free service, beginning Feb. 4
1/25
 
Distinguished writers First to campus in spring is Thom Caraway on Jan. 26
1/25
 
Lux Summer Institute In July, youth scholars to study theological approach to food security
1/25
 
The CEO experience Monmouth College a founding sponsor of high school business course
1/20
 
Old secrets of the sea Monmouth’s Damian to explain how geospatial analysis tracks medieval traffic
1/20
 
What does peace mean? John Noltner’s photography exhibit provides 58 answers
1/20
 
Learning on break Forty-three Monmouth students took part in trips to Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Arizona
1/19
 
Award-winning designer Curtis ’18 receives prestigious scholarship at KCACTF conference
1/19
 
Great Decisions returns First 2017 topic, presented by Oaks, is ‘Future of Europe’
1/19
 
A rare find First-year faculty couple happy with their new academic community
1/18
 
The election explained Political science professor Haq discusses election at four Pakistan universities
1/17
 
StormReady College earns ‘industry standard’ status from NWS
1/16
 
‘An inconvenient hero’ Monmouth College convocation celebrates work and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
1/14
 
Winter Weather Update Semester will start as scheduled
1/13
 
New ‘Title’ for Kinkaid Monmouth staff veteran transitions to new full-time post
1/13
 
A lot happening at Bowers Redesigned lounge, new parking make residence hall ‘more comfortable, inviting’
1/12
 
Winter weather advisory Winter storm could impact beginning of semester
1/06
 
‘Hamlet’ in an hour Mooney to return to campus for performance, seminar
1/04
 
Mixing hoops and history Basketball team visits National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis