MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (March 22, 2022) — "My biggest concern is the potential for inflation." — Ken McMillan to Monmouth Rotary in March 2021.

A year ago, before many people were really talking about inflation, Monmouth College emeritus professor Ken McMillan put out the warning in his annual economic forecast address to members of the city of Monmouth's Rotary Club.

Pictured from left are Monmouth College Director of Student Equity, Inclusion and Community Regina Johnson and students Gabriela Madu, Reggie Willis, Nyasaina Kwamboka, and Justin Douglas

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (March 18, 2022) — Monmouth College Director of Student Equity, Inclusion and Community Regina Johnson said she was "humbled" — and a bit nervous — when given the opportunity to play a key role at her first national conference.

Davenport, Iowa, scout leader JP Macke helps a youth earn his leatherwork merit badge

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (March 15, 2022) — After a very successful weekend for the Boys Scouts of America brought more than 500 people to the Monmouth College campus, Kathy Mainz expressed five words she's been waiting two years to say:

"Merit Badge University is back!"

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (March 14, 2022) — After what Monmouth College vocal music director Tim Pahel called a "fantastic" spring break trip to Chicago for the Chorale and the Chamber Choir, the ensembles are back on campus and preparing for their traditional "home" concert.

Free and open to the public, that event will be held at 7:30PM, March 19, in the Kasch Performance Hall in the College's Dahl Chapel and Auditorium.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (March 9, 2022) — We've all the heard the call to slow down, to relax, to unplug.

Monmouth College educational-studies professor Brad Rowe says that one way to do that is by steering clear of technology with a more "old school" approach.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (March 3, 2022) — Monmouth College art major Jennie Nichols ('23) earned third place in a national Nengajo [New Year's Card] design and drawing competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Japanese.

Her prize-winning work is a four-by-six-inch postcard, designed in a digital version of the traditional Manga [Japanese comics] screen tone black-and-white printed style.

As a Monmouth student in the 1960s, Dick Yahnke appreciated the financial help he received from scholarships and summer jobs

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (February 28, 2022) — A new internship program is designed to give Monmouth College business students a leg up on their competition when it comes to applying for jobs.

The Yahnke Business and Economics Endowed Internship Fund will help offset the cost of an internship for Monmouth business students.

Monmouth art professor Stacy Lotz puts serious matters aside in her new exhibition, which will run through April 1 in the Len G. Everett Gallery in Hewes Library

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (February 18, 2022) This year's Super Bowl commercials leaned heavily on levity, an attempt by advertisers to escape the seriousness of the COVID pandemic.

Coming in at the top of the USA Today ranking of Super Bowl ads was Rocket Mortgage's "Barbie Dream House" commercial starring Anna Kendrick. It was the second straight year that Rocket Mortgage had the top-ranked ad from the big game

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (February 10, 2022)  Simmons, Wunderlich to speak at February 17 Associates luncheon

Two Monmouth College professors who have forged strong relationships between the campus and the local community will be featured at the next Monmouth Associates luncheon program.

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