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Vol. II, No. 16 - The 1853 Podcast

1/17/2019
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Philosophy and religious studies professor Dan Ott previews Martin Luther King Jr. Day convocation and service activities; meet new volleyball coach Emily Thebeau; and Library Director Sarah Henderson talks about life at Hewes Library. @HewesLibrary @MCFightingScots @ScotsVball

Duration:00:20:39

Monmouth College #15 1853 Podcast

12/6/2018
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Monmouth College #15 1853 Podcast

Duration:00:18:52

Vol. II, No. 14 - The 1853 Podcast

11/30/2018
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In the 14th edition, meet the finalists of the 2018 Moot Court competition, and Sports Information Director Dan Nolan reviews the men's and women's swimming and diving teams, and the men's and women's basketball teams.

Duration:00:19:41

Vol. II, No. 13 - The 1853 Podcast

11/15/2018
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In the 13th edition: University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences Dean Kim Kidwell, who delivered the third-annual Wiswell-Robeson Lecture. (3:57) Communication studies professor Robert Hinck discusses his research on Chinese and Russian media coverage of the U.S.-North Korean summit.(9:24) Monmouth Sports Information Director Dan Nolan brings us up to speed on what’s happening in Fighting Scots athletics.(16:25)

Duration:00:23:44

Vol. II, No. 12 - The 1853 Podcast

11/8/2018
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In this 12th edition, learn about the exciting plans of the Center for Civic and Social Change. (3:38) Meet with some of the folks working on the upcoming performance of the romantic-comedy “Almost, Maine.” (8:37) Football coach Chad Braun previews Saturday’s big matchup up at St. Norbert College. (14:50)

Duration:00:22:41

Vol. II, No. 11 - The 1853 Podcast

11/1/2018
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In 11th edition of the 1853 Podcast: Monmouth Emeritus Professor of Art Harlow Blum. There’s an exhibit of his work at the Buchanan Center for the Arts, celebrating Harlow’s six-decade career (3:26). 1996 Monmouth alumnus Bob Grim talks about the Do Good Institute he directs (9:49). Women’s lacrosse coach Elizabeth Demara on the role of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (15:03).

Duration:00:19:57

Vol. II, No. 10 - The 1853 Podcast

10/25/2018
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Students Emma Hildebrand and Joe Doner explain the new non-partisan political group, "The Discussion Group." (2:20) Theatre professor Doug Rankin previews the encore production of "The Pitchfork Disney." (8:53) Sports Information Director Dan Nolan updates happenings in fall and winter sports. (14:25)

Duration:00:20:43

Vol. II, No. 9 - The 1853 Podcast

10/18/2018
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History professor Michelle Damian previews the Scholars Academy at Monmouth College, which opens in summer 2019 to rising high school juniors and seniors (2:40). Art professor Stephanie Baugh discusses her striking show, "Objects and Experience," which is on display in the Len G. Everett Gallery (6:29). Men's soccer coach Kooten Johnson has his Fighting Scots in contention for a postseason berth (13:22).

Duration:00:20:59

Vol. II, No. 8 - The 1853 Podcast

10/11/2018
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Preview the of Theatre Department’s upcoming production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with theatre professor Todd Quick (9:00). Educational studies professor Michelle Simmons discusses Oct. 24 panel that will explore the acute shortage of teachers in rural schools (3:00). Meet the three new members of the M-Club Athletic Hall of Fame (17:12).

Duration:00:24:13

Vol. II, No. 7 - The 1853 Podcast

10/4/2018
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Preview of Homecoming 2018 with Director of Development and Alumni Engagement Hannah Maher (2:49). Communication instructor Chris Goble talks about WPFS’ plans for College Radio Day (10:20). Volleyball coach Kari Shimmin talks about a busy October for her Scots (15:43).

Duration:00:20:59

Vol. II, No. 6 - The 1853 Podcast

9/28/2018
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Philosophy and Religious Studies Professor Dan Ott explains how a grant from the Mellon Foundation will strengthen Monmouth’s liberal arts curriculum (3:02). Meet Associated Students of Monmouth College President Maggie Bruckner and Vice President Jeren Stewart (8:51). Jon Welty on cross country’s fast start (15:37).

Duration:00:22:04

Vol. II, No. 5 - The 1853 Podcast

9/20/2018
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Political science professor Andre Audette and anthropology professor Megan Hinrichsen talk about the Great Lectures series that kicks off all home football games this season (4:19). Art professor Stephanie Baugh explains why "Introduction to Liberal Arts" is a cornerstone of the Monmouth Experience (8:49). And Monmouth Sports Information Director Dan Nolan previews Saturday's Monmouth-Macalester football game and updates other fall sports activities (15:12).

Duration:00:20:21

Vol. II, No. 4 - The 1853 Podcast

9/13/2018
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Meet Julia Oakson and Shannon Wilbourne, the inaugural William J. and Beverly Goldsborough Scholars (2:42). Classics professor Bob Simmons previews Classics Day Festival IV on September 29 (7:02). Women’s golf coach Ashley Sims discusses her team’s record-breaking start (15:24).

Duration:00:21:17

Vol. II, No. 3 - The 1853 Podcast

9/6/2018
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Educational studies professor Tammy La Prad previews a September 11 visit by young adults author Faith Harkey (3:10). Art professor Stephanie Baugh talks about “Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition” now on display in the Len G. Everett Gallery in Hewes Library (4:40). Theatre professor Vanessa Campagna and theatre major Amanda Grissom ’19 preview Fusion Fest V (6:30). Women’s soccer coach Nick Rizzo on his team’s 2-0 start (12:40).

Duration:00:17:29

Vol. II, No. 2 - The 1853 Podcast

8/30/2018
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Theatre professor Doug Rankin previews the 2018-19 Theatre season (4:38). Football coach Chad Braun evaluates his 2018, which kicks off the season Saturday at Wheaton College (12:10).

Duration:00:23:41

Vol. II, No. 1 - The 1853 Podcast

8/24/2018
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In the first edition of the 2018-19 school year, interim Dean of the Faculty and Vice President of Academic Affairs Mark Willhardt discusses Monmouth's new STEM majors in data science, engineering and neuroscience (2:46); Sports Information Director Dan Nolan previews the fall sports season (13:58).

Duration:00:25:25

Vol. I, No. 35 - The 1853 Podcast

6/29/2018
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A look back on the 2017-18 school year’s highlights, successes, triumphs and championships with College Editor and Historian Jeff Rankin, and Sports Information Director Dan Nolan (4:00). And a preview of the summer edition of the Monmouth College Magazine (13:04).

Duration:00:20:43

Vol. I, No. 34 - The 1853 Podcast

5/24/2018
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Meet three of the seniors from the Global Public Health Triad who made history at this year’s Commencement ceremony (2:58). Sports Information Director Dan Nolan talks baseball and track & field (9:10). Learn about the Peace Corps Prep Program that will be starting next school year in the Educational Studies Department (15:06).

Duration:00:22:04

Vol. I, No. 33 - The 1853 Podcast

5/17/2018
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Min Jin Lee, critically acclaimed author and speaker at Monmouth's 161st Commencement, discusses her journey as a writer (3:08), Baseball coach Alan Betourne reviews his team’s record-setting season and prepares for the NCAA tournament (14:28)

Duration:00:21:28

Vol. I, No. 32 - The 1853 Podcast

5/10/2018
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Commencement information(1:39), COIL student editors Lily Guillen and Isaac Willis along with faculty adviser David Wright discuss the creative magazine’s 2018 edition (4:13) Fighting Scots Sports Information Director Dan Nolan previews the Midwest Conference baseball tournament and track & field championships. (13:45).

Duration:00:25:44