MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 21, 2020) — When Monmouth College art professor Janis Wunderlich won Best of Show for a ceramic piece at a national juried exhibition last fall, she said the piece depicted "a way to rise above."
From left, Reid Fleeger ('21) of Byron, Illinois, Matt Franciscovich ('21) of Kewanee, Illinois, Brett Rissmann ('21) of Ballwin, Missouri, and Brendan Jones ('24) of Mascoutah, Illinois, stand in front of the ATO chapter house on the corner of Seventh Street and Broadway
This work by Gabrielle Nance is one of several than can be viewed online, and there are also of plenty of works in the "2020 Senior Art Exhibition" that are on display in Monmouth College's Everett Gallery in Hewes Library.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 17, 2020) — Although it draws upon writers from more than 2,400 years ago, a forthcoming book by Monmouth College classics professor Bob Simmons will offer several parallels to modern times.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 14, 2020) — During any academic year, Monmouth College's FusionFest event represents a way for students to return to their roots in theatre. During an academic year with a pandemic, a return to roots is even more the case.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (September 10, 2020) — Two Monmouth College political science programs will come together September 15, when Illinois State Senator Mattie Hunter '76 will be the featured speaker for the College's annual observance of Constitution Day.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (August 21, 2020) — Viewers can enjoy a Monmouth College film series this fall from the comfort and safety of their own homes. That's because the Spanish Film Club series is moving online.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (August 17, 2020) — Shortly after 9AM, Saturday, August 15, not a parking place could be found along North Ninth Street as families arrived to move their sons and daughters into the residence halls on the east side of Monmouth College's campus.
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