News Archive

  • September 30

    Scholarship Award for ATO

    Alpha Tau Omega chapter earns national recognition for academic excellence.
  • September 30

    World College Radio Day

    Monmouth’s WPFS-FM (105.9) will be part of the global celebration on Oct. 2.
  • September 30

    Family of the Year

    Riggs family to be honored as part of virtual Alumni Impact Awards ceremony Oct. 9.
  • September 29

    Homecoming @ Home, Oct. 5-10

    Traditional fall event will have different feel during a pandemic, but will still allow Monmouth College alumni from all over the world to connect.
  • September 28

    A Real Life-Saver

    Former Scots track standout Maggie Semington ’01 named Galesburg Area Crime Stoppers Officer of the Year for heroics on I-74 bridge.
  • September 24

    Episode 5: Sept. 25, 2020

    Art professor Stacy Lotz discusses receiving the Hatch Award for Excellence in Teaching and why she enjoys working with students; Chris Goble of the communication studies department and adviser to WPFS-FM previews the upcoming World College Radio Day on Oct. 2.
  • September 23

    Class of 2020 Show

    Five members of Monmouth’s Class of ’20 – three May graduates and two current students – featured in new art exhibit in Everett Gallery.
  • September 23

    Lotz Honored for Excellence in Teaching

    Stacy Lotz says her successes as an art professor come from long line of mentors, love of teaching.
  • September 23

    One of Nation’s Best

    Monmouth professor Andre Audette receives one of four top advising awards from Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society.
  • September 17

    Bloomer Is Distinguished Alumnus

    1983 graduate had long military career, then returned to alma mater and served as vice president for development and college relations.
  • September 17

    The Power of Friendships

    Classics professor Bob Simmons gets book deal about demagogues, winning friends and influencing people in ancient Athens.
  • September 17

    Constitution Day Celebrates 19th Amendment

    Sen. Mattie Hunter ’76 shares history of women’s suffrage movement with Monmouth students, 100 years after 19th Amendment was adopted.
  • September 17

    Constitution Day Celebrates 19th Amendment

    Sen. Mattie Hunter ’76 shares history of women’s suffrage movement with Monmouth students, 100 years after 19th Amendment was adopted.
  • September 17

    Episode 4: Sept. 18, 2020

    Communication studies professor Shweta Srisvastava on the advantages of the writing center’s temporary move to Hewes Library; classics professor Bob Simmons on his new book , Demagogues, Power and Friendship in Classical Athens: Leaders as Friends in Aristophanes, Euripides, and Xenophon .