Bill Reichow, pictured in 1965, was one of the winningest Monmouth College coaches of all time in three different sports, including an overall record of 78-31-2 (.712) from 1966-78 in football

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 9, 2024)  Bill Reichow, one of the winningest Monmouth College coaches of all time in three different sports, died January 7 at the age of 94.

Monmouth College communication studies faculty member Chris Goble, right, meets with legendary television creator Norman Lear at the 2015 meeting of the National Association of Television Program Executives in Miami

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 6, 2023) — Few people did more to revolutionize television than the late Norman Lear, the writer-producer who died Tuesday at the age of 101.

Monmouth College students who have pieces featured in the Juried Student Art Exhibition are joined by juror April Jackson of Galesburg, Illinois, left. The exhibit is open through December 6 in the College's Len G Everett Gallery, which is on the second floor of Hewes Library

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 21, 2023) — Monmouth College student Joshua Hinkle hopes his award-winning artwork will not only inspire those who view it but lead them to support change.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 20, 2023) — A Monmouth College student from East Moline, Illinois, recently presented her psychology research at a regional conference. Hannah Rossmiller ('24) of East Moline presented "The Effects of True Crime on State and Trait Anxiety" at the 32nd annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, held November 11 at Rockford University.

Monmouth College psychology professors Ryan Colclasure, far left, and Alec Stinnett, far right, accompanied six Monmouth students to the 32nd annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, held November 11 at Rockford University.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 9, 2023) — Karli Strom's last-minute decision to participate in this year's Monmouth College moot court turned out to be a wise one.

At Wednesday night's final round, a three-judge panel named Strom top advocate in the College's annual legal competition.

People participate in a Jewish solidarity march on January 5, 2020, in New York City. The march was held in response to a recent rise in antisemitic crimes in the greater New York metropolitan area

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 1, 2023) — They didn't know it at the time, but earlier this year, the brothers of Monmouth College's Zeta Beta Tau fraternity scheduled an anti-Semitism program that is now very much tied to current international events.

Whitey's vice president Annika Tunberg (in center) poses with members of one of the two Monmouth classes she met with October 26. The students are holding some of the free samples that Tunberg brought with her to campus

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 1, 2023) — Students in a pair of 300-level classes at Monmouth College gained some real-life business insights from a pretty sweet guest lecturer.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 30, 2023) — Monmouth College has been a good choice for Northern Ireland's Dylan Copland.

A 21-year-old junior studying business, Copland is part of the British Council's Study USA exchange program. He's come to America from North-West Regional College in Northern Ireland, where his major is media.

The Monmouth College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will hold a trick-or-treating event for area children and their family members 5-7PM on Halloween. This year's event will be held on East Broadway in front of Dahl Chapel and Auditorium

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