Part of the Monmouth group is pictured at the Parthenon, just one example of the "astonishing staying power" of Greek architecture that dates back roughly 2,500 years or more

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 20, 2023) — "Greek life" took on a whole new meaning for seventeen Monmouth College students who traveled to Greece during Christmas break.

Author Harold Green delivers the keynote talk at the Monmouth College Martin Luther King Jr Day Convocation, held in Dahl Chapel and Auditorium

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 17, 2023)  "I just want to do God's will. And He's allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I've looked over. And I've seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people, will get to the promised land."

Pictured from left are Stepan Skrypnychenko and Olesia Chychaova and the Bud family, including parents Vitalii and Irene and their oldest son, Zack. In front are the Buds' twins, Milena and Mark

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 16, 2023) Monmouth College has been part of a community effort to help two Ukrainian families relocate to the area from their war-torn country.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (01/10/2023) A group of Monmouth College students recently took a closer look at the city where they go to school, and they say they discovered some surprising facts about the Maple City.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 9, 2023) — Monmouth College's educational studies program has received a major boost in its efforts to prepare more teachers for rural communities.

The support comes in the form of a $750,000 federal grant, which US Representative Cheri Bustos of Illinois secured through the federal Community Project Funding program.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 22, 2022) — Fifteen years ago, famous actor Richard Thomas walked into a Boston gift shop co-owned and managed by 1971 Monmouth College graduate Mark Duffield.

Rather than ask the actor who portrayed John-Boy on the TV show The Waltons for his autograph, Duffield instead described a project he was planning to Thomas, who helped him add a vital piece to the elaborate puzzle.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 19, 2022) — When 74 young women compete January 20-22 in the Miss Illinois County Fair Queen Pageant at the Crowne Plaza in Springfield, Monmouth College, will be well represented.

Juniors Maddie Blaesing of Monmouth and Maddie Wilson of Wyoming, Illinois, earned the right to compete during the Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs as winners of the pageants in Warren and Stark County, respectively.

Carl Hamberg, a food service employee with more than a half-century of service to Monmouth College, was congratulated at the December 8 Employee Recognition Event by President Clarence Wyatt

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 16, 2022) — When he took a seat in the Private Dining Room of Monmouth College's Stockdale Center to be interviewed on the final day of the fall semester, Carl Hamberg's long career on campus had come full circle.

Members of Craig and Co include, from left, Craig Vivian, Eric Christian, Vanessa Campagna, and Dick Johnston

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 8, 2022) — The latest interdisciplinary project from Monmouth College can be seen (and heard) 5-7PM, December 17, at Market Alley Wines, 59 Public Square, in downtown Monmouth.

That's when three professors who make up 75% of the band Craig and Co will have their next gig.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 8, 2022) — Ebenezer Scrooge's nephew and American attorney Bryan Stevenson both have words of wisdom that a Monmouth College class taught by professor Craig Vivian has taken to heart.

And because of it, Galesburg senior citizens are experiencing a brighter Christmas season.

Vivian is an instructor of "Inquiry and Identity," a first-year experience required for Monmouth students.