MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 25, 2019) — Blake Haas, a student from Port Byron, Illinois, plays for the 2019 Fighting Scots Football Team. The team plays their next game game at home versus St Norbert College on Saturday, 28 September.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 20, 2019) — The scenario is all too familiar to many college freshmen: Anxiety over the first big exam or paper, plus some pangs of homesickness, plus navigating new social circles, plus time-management concerns due to an extracurricular activity or two.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 19, 2019) — Now in its sixth year, the 24-hour play festival FusionFest will once again open the Monmouth College theatre season, once again featuring a series of student-written and student-performed 10-minute plays.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 16, 2019) — The Second Amendment and the right to bear arms will be discussed by three Monmouth College political science professors to commemorate this year's Constitution Day.
Titled "The 'State' of the 2nd Amendment: Guns, Federalism, and the Constitution," the discussion will be held at 7PM, September 17, in the Morgan Room of Poling Hall. It is free and open to the public.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 9, 2019) — A scholar who has combined her research with service to others will help dedicate Monmouth College's Center for Civic and Social Change on September 14.
Dr Esther Ngumbi, an entomologist at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), who has founded organizations that empower farmers and youth in Kenya, will give the keynote address at the dedication of the center.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 9, 2019) Support of innovative academic programs and a high social mobility rank helped Monmouth College continue its rise in US News and World Report's Best Colleges.
The guide's 2020 edition, released September 9, places Monmouth N° 124 nationally in the publication's "National Liberal Arts Colleges" category. That's 11 spots higher than where the College was in 2018, and it is an increase of almost 50 spots since 2013.
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