News Archive

  • October 2

    World College Radio Day

    Monmouth’s WPFS-FM to take part in international celebration with Oct. 6 open house.
  • October 1

    $4.15 Million Commitment to Support Students, Global Engagement

    Krueger Center for Global Engagement to include Karen Krueger Chair in Global Engagement and an endowed fund to support globally-themed internships, research projects, intensive language instruction, and campus speakers and symposia.

  • September 29

    Hall of Achievement

    Brig. Gen. Chris Lawson ’88 to be inducted Oct. 6 during Alumni Impact Awards ceremony in Mellinger Commons.
  • September 28

    ‘The Seagull’ Soars

    Zesty Lythgoe ’25 (Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplyov), left, and RayAnne Shaul ’27 (Nina Mikhailovna Zarechnaya) appear in the Monmouth Department of Theatre’s production of Anton Checkhov’s The Seagull, which will be performed Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at the College’s historic Wells Theater. It is directed by theatre professor Vanessa Campagna. Read more about the production, listen to interviews with the cast and director, and view pictures.
  • September 28

    Episode No. 7: Sept. 29, 2023

    Monmouth 2023-24 Lincoln Laureate Lillian Hucke talks about her Scots experience, the support she receives from faculty and staff, and how she became the “Face of Monmouth College.”
  • September 28

    Homecoming Preview

    Activities Oct. 6-8 to feature Ross Clayton concert; others will include award ceremonies, a parade, a home football game and a choral concert.
  • September 25

    Three Alumni Authors

    Chris Pio ’84, Joe Svoboda ’75, Roy Sye ’13 to discuss their college-themed books at Homecoming.
  • September 25

    Classics Day VI

    Back-in-time, award-winning event set for Sept. 30 in Trubeck Amphitheater.
  • September 22

    Music of America’s Heartland

    Monmouth College Homecoming concert is evening of Oct. 7; special organ recital set for Oct. 8.
  • September 21

    Remembering a Remarkable Man

    After more than 14 months, a monument honoring Champion Miller and his wife, Juda, has been erected in Monmouth Cemetery. The monument is visible from Sixth Street at the East Girard cemetery entrance. “Thanks to all who helped bring this about,” said retired College historian Jeff Rankin. “Research on the Miller family and Monmouth’s other early Black residents remains ongoing, but it is gratifying to finally have a physical reminder of this remarkable man who raised himself up from slavery and became a model Monmouth citizen.” Read more about Champion Miller.
  • September 21

    Episode No. 6: Sept. 22, 2023

    Theatre professor Vanessa Campagna previews Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, which will be performed Sept. 29-Oct 1 at Wells Theater. Click here to read the preview story.

  • September 21

    ‘Boxcar People’

    Monmouth, Knox colleges to collaborate for screening, discussion of documentary featuring immigrants in Galesburg.
  • September 21

    ‘The Seagull’

    Monmouth College to stage one of Anton Chekhov’s masterpieces, Sept. 29-Oct. 1.
  • September 17

    Monmouth a College of Social Mobility

    College Named a Top 30 College for Social Mobility by ‘U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges’ Guide.