MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 24, 2022) — The following students made the Dean's List for the fall semester at Monmouth College. Students on the list achieved a grade-point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale while taking at least three full academic credits.

Xanthia Colter of Geneseo (61254)

Hunter De La Rosa of Moline (61265)

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 21, 2022) — Family ties that go back more than a century are part of the impetus behind a new endowed professorship at Monmouth College.

Gabriela Madu performs a solo during Monmouth College's 2019 holiday production "A Child's Christmas in Wales."

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 20, 2022) — Judges at this month's Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival loved Monmouth College junior Gabriela Madu.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 19, 2022) — With eleven months remaining, the Monmouth College Light This Candle Campaign has raised more than 94% of its $75 million goal.

The Campaign, which ends December 31, has raised more than $70.4 million.

 

Monmouth group pictured at the Casa Blanca archaeological site in Chalchuapa

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 17, 2022) — Folks around Monmouth spent January 1 watching bowl games, shoveling eight inches of snow and, perhaps, sleeping in after a rockin' New Year's Eve.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 11, 2022) Award-winning Monmouth College professor and artist Janis Wunderlich is featured in the current display in the Len G Everett Gallery in the College's Hewes Library.

Titled "Emergence," her exhibition will run through February 11. On that final day, there will be a reception for Wunderlich at 3PM in the gallery. She will speak about her work at 3:30PM.

Esther White is pictured during her Monmouth teaching days with education department colleagues George Arnold (left) and Frank Sorensen

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 5, 2022) — On December 31, two very accomplished, long-lived women with the surname White died — actress Betty White, who passed away just weeks before her 100th birthday, and Monmouth College emerita professor of education Esther White, who was 101.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 14, 2021) — The phrase "if you see something, say something," is closely linked to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America. Its origins are traced to the day following the attacks, September 12, 2001, and to New York advertising executive Allen Kay, who is credited with coining the phrase.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 13, 2021) — Running out of Christmas gift ideas for those special someones on your list?

Then read on and consider giving the gift of reading. Monmouth College alumni, retired staff, and current and retired faculty have enough recent literature on the market to fill up the twelve days of Christmas, and then some.

More than 49 years after his original due date at Monmouth College, Battles on the Monsoon is put in its proper place by Hewes Library Director Sarah Henderson

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (December 6, 2021) — John Carlson and his 1974 Monmouth College classmate Lynette Johnson Carlson have been married for 46 years.

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