GALESBURG, ILLINOIS (November 9, 2020) Approximately 300 new students joined the Knox College community by enrolling for the 2020 fall term.

Area students who recently enrolled at Knox are:

Natalie Rodriguez of Moline, Illinois, a graduate of Alleman High School high school.

Amira Siddique of Moline, Illinois, a graduate of Moline Senior High School high school.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 9, 2020) — When current Monmouth College students prepare to vote in the Election of 2060, they might think back to what a crazy time when they voted for the first time the Election of 2020, held during a global pandemic when US political polarization was high.


MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 6, 2020) — Bringing ancient Greece and Rome to life through his ambitious Classics Day events has earned Monmouth College professor Bob Simmons the 2020 Society for Classical Studies Outreach Prize.

PELLA, IOWA (November 5, 2020) — The 2020 United States presidential election brought to light and emphasized significant issues and divides in our country. Our nation must now decide how to solve problems and narrow the political and personal divides.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 4, 2020) — Monmouth College will enter into a cooldown period that will begin November 9 and last until the end of the semester, November 24. The decision was made in response to rising COVID-19 cases in the region.


CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA (November 4, 2020) Joseph Field of Bettendorf, Iowa joins the thousands of alumni who proudly wear The Citadel ring.

The seniors of the Class of 2021 were celebrated with a traditional Ring Presentation Ceremony at 5PM, Friday, September 25, in McAlister Field House, attended by the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, Veteran and Active Duty students.

PELLA, IOWA (November 2, 2020) Clayton Hunn of Muscatine, Iowa, was one of 15 Central College students who performed Saturday, October 31, in AMERIPAN as members of the The Flying Pans Steel Band. The patriotic performance was held on Hoekstra Family Stage in Douwstra Auditorium and was part of a series of upcoming virtual performances.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (November 2, 2020) — The largest source for scenes of games, contests, and play in Roman art is one a person might not expect coffins and sarcophagi.

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN (October 30, 2020) Billy Herzberg of Bettendorf, Iowa, has graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Herzberg earned a Master of Science in Applied Statistics.