News Archive

  • May 4

    Episode No. 30: May 5, 2023

    Student editors and faculty advisers of the Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research: Shay Hafner ’23, Tyler Houck ’24, Larissa Pothoven ’24, professor Michelle Holschuh Simmons and professor Anne Mamary.
  • April 26

    Alumni Network Comes Through

    History major Larissa Pothoven from Quad Cities connects with QC history expert, comes away with career focus and memorable tour.
  • March 6

    The Birth of Modern Agriculture

    Neil Dahlstrom ’98 to tell the story of his book “Tractor Wars” on March 14 in Dahl Chapel.
  • February 24

    Meet the Class of 2027 Admiral’s Scholars

    Mariah Hobson of Princeton (Illinois) High School, Uma Phadke of Jordan (Texas) High School named Admiral’s Scholars.

  • February 23

    Episode No. 21: Feb. 24, 2023

    Meet four of the top scholars in the Class of 2027: William J. and Beverly Goldsborough Scholars Kaniya Johnson of Chicago and Melissa Bivolarov of Arlington Heights, Illinois (pictured), and Admiral’s Scholars Mariah Hobson of Princeton, Illinois, and Uma Phadke of Katy, Texas.
  • December 15

    Episode No. 14: Dec. 16, 2022

    Monmouth College Editor and Historian Jeff Rankin discusses the new issue of the Monmouth College Magazine, the 2023 edition of the Monmouth calendar and looks back at three decades of service.

  • May 18

    Senior Profile: Natalia Garcia

    Thanks to professor’s tip, recent Monmouth grad Natalia Garcia secures Springfield internship, fulfilling assurance made during her recruitment.
  • Class of 2026 Trustees' Scholars.
    March 31

    Episode 25: April 1, 2022

    Meet the Trustees’ Scholars in the Class of 2026: (clockwise, from top left) Michael Andal, Kailyn Gore, Madison Hieser and Jamison Reis.

  • Neil Dahlstrom.
    March 17

    Episode 23: March 18, 2022

    Classics and history major Neil Dahlstrom ’98 discusses his critically acclaimed new book, Tractor Wars: John Deere, Henry Ford, International Harvester, and the Birth of Modern Agriculture.
  • MADISON HIESER: I was so drawn to the community aspect of Monmouth. ... And after going on a visit and being on campus, I just knew I cou...
    March 5

    The Ties That Bind

    A Scots legacy, Trustees’ Scholar Madison Hieser was attracted to Monmouth’s strong sense of community.
  • February 24

    ‘Tractor Wars’

    Critically acclaimed book by Neil Dahlstrom ’98 looks back a century ago in agriculture.
  • September 9

    Episode 3: September 10, 2021

    Fighting Scots Marching Band Interim Director Elissa Kana (pictured) on getting the band back together; political science professor Andre Audette discusses the impact of 9/11 and an upcoming Sept. 14 panel about the event.
  • July 7

    Pioneer Historian

    Retired Monmouth professor Lewis Gould receives inaugural award from first ladies association.
  • June 3

    Three Tours of Monmouth

    College’s ‘Public History’ students tell the city’s story through themes of military, architecture, and minorities and immigrants.