MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (February 5, 2020) — A glitch in how Monday night's Iowa caucuses were reported has dominated the headlines, but Monmouth College political science lecturer Robin Johnson said a lower-than-expected turnout was a bigger story that emerged from the Hawkeye state.


MONMOUTH, ILLLINOIS (February 5, 2020) — On Groundhog Day, Jeep aired an advertisement that people are watching over and over again.


MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (February 4/2020) — Well, we're waiting.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS — Beginning February 24, Monmouth College's free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program will once again be available to area residents.


MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 27, 2020) — It only takes three paragraphs for The Guardian's obituary of Terry Jones to mention the British comedian's passion for medieval history. One of the six creators of the popular British television show Monty Python's Flying Circus, Jones died January 21. He was 77.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 23, 2020) — A popular discussion series at Monmouth College is turning 40.

When it holds the first of its eight spring-semester sessions on January 29, the Great Decisions program will mark four decades on campus.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 23, 2020) — These students achieved at least a 3.5 GPA for the Fall 2019 semester at Monmouth College while taking at least three academic credits.

Hunter De La Rosa of Moline

Emily DeWitt of Rock Island

Karlie Drish of Milan

Carly Dunham of Illinois City

Riley Fetterer of Milan

Hannah Jones of Davenport

Emily Laughlin of Milan

Sydney McVay of Illinois City

Katelynn Mickle of Bettendorf

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 23, 2020) — Haylee Riggs of Port Byron, Illinois, recently graduated from Monmouth College. Riggs was one of 23 Monmouth students who graduated at the completion of the fall semester.


MONMOUTH, ILL. (January 20, 2020) — The keynote speaker at Monmouth College's convocation celebrating the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr requested a few words from the Dahl Chapel and Auditorium audience for what he called his "lay-up line" — an opening exercise that warmed him up for the event as he constructed an impromptu poem using those words.