MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 11, 2019) — In the eight years since Lynn Daw began teaching "Introduction to Archives Management" at Monmouth College, she has enjoyed sharing her passion for preserving historical documents and artifacts with students. But recently the lesson plan for her history class became unexpectedly personal.

 

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 8, 2019) — In the world of politics, one of the most important dates in the coming year is February 3, when the Iowa Democratic caucuses will be held. The caucuses are the first nominating-contest in the Democratic Party presidential primaries for the 2020 presidential election.

 

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 7, 2019) — Monmouth College art professor Janis Wunderlich picked up the pieces — literally and figuratively — and the result was her first-ever ceramics work judged Best of Show.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 5, 2019) — An alumnus who used his ROTC experience at Monmouth College as a springboard to become a Brigadier General in the Army will be the featured speaker at a Veterans Day ceremony on campus on November 11.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 4, 2019) — In the early part of this decade, a series of anti-government protests, uprisings, and armed rebellions spread across much of the Islamic world and came to be known as the Arab Spring.

A former member of the US foreign service who's written a highly-acclaimed book on the Arab Spring will help make sense of the events from an American perspective during a November 7 talk at Monmouth College.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 31, 2019) — Going into last summer, Monmouth College seniors Mike Bersell of Galva, Illinois, McCauley Johnston of Wyoming, Illinois, and Michelle Zelnio of Bettendorf, Iowa, already had great news — they had secured internships with Deere and Co.

MONMOUTH, ILLLINOIS (10/29/2019) —

Public invited to Monmouth College observatory night November 2

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 24, 2019) — Monmouth College computer-science professor Logan Mayfield has been named the College's first Commander GE Boone Endowed Professor in the Computational Sciences.

Established earlier this year by a gift from Monmouth graduate Mark Kopinski ('79) and his wife, Deborah, the Commander GE Boone Endowed Professorship in the Computational Sciences supports the work of a faculty member in mathematics, computer-science, data-science, and statistics.

MONMOUTH, ILL. (10/22/2019) Monmouth College to host symposium on medieval Japan on Oct. 26

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 19, 2019) — Author and scholar Gary Dorrien will deliver Monmouth's Thompson Lecture on October 24.

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