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Vol. I, No. 15 - The 1853 Podcast

Final episode of the 2017 fall semester: 2017 Monmouth graduate Barbara Pajor talks about how a Fulbright program will allow her to teach English in Brazil (3:19); Sports Information Director Dan Nolan reviews 2017 in Fighting Scots athletics (7:20); and Historian and Editor Jeff Rankin previews the 2018 spring issues of the Monmouth College Magazine and the 2018 Monmouth College Calendar (13:41).

Duration: 00:20:09

Vol. I, No. 14 - The 1853 Podcast

Meet Monmouth’s 2017 Lincoln Laureate Diana Rubi (3:12); track and field coach Roger Haynes talks about the new indoor track in the Huff Athletic Center (9:36); and Wendi Bolon, associate professor and chair in the Department of Political Economy & Commerce, discusses an addition to a wall in the Heywood Wing of the Center for Science and Business (14:24).

Duration: 00:20:39

Vol. I, No. 13 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Associate Director of the Monmouth Fund Abbie Markley previews the Advent Calendar, which goes live Dec. 1 (3:09); women’s lacrosse coach Izzie Demara looks ahead to the program’s second season (7:09); and a conversation with Wiswell-Robeson Lecturer Stacey Pellett and lecture founder Jeanne Gittings Robeson ’60 (12:49).

Duration: 00:18:43

Vol. I, No. 12 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Eric Landrum ’85, president of Psi Chi, the international psychology honor society (3:26); men’s basketball coach Todd Skrivseth previews the 2017-18 season (8:06); and Assistant Director of Leadership Development Jake McLean discusses leadership opportunities for students (14:04).

Duration: 00:20:46

Vol. I, No. 11 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Homecoming 2017 award winners (3:30); football coach Chad Braun sizes up this weekend’s conference championship game against St. Norbert College (8:57); and Ron Zank previews the upcoming Monmouth Theatre production of “Saving Toyland” (16:16).

Duration: 00:22:53

Vol. I, No. 10 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Kappa Kappa Gamma President Madeline Neal talks about the Alpha chapter’s new house (4:09); women’s soccer coach Nick Rizzo previews the Midwest Conference Tournament (8:45); and meet the recent finalists who competed in Monmouth’s seventh-annual Moot Court competition (14:11).

Duration: 00:20:26

Vol. I, No. 9 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Associate Director of Alumni Relations Katie Shipp ’13 previews Monmouth’s 92nd Homecoming Weekend (3:51); swim coach Tom Burek on the 2017-18 seasons for the men’s and women’s swim teams (9:45); and 1998 Monmouth alumna Dr. Jennifer Cameron discusses her cancer research (14:58).

Duration: 00:21:31

Vol. I, No. 8 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Meet Penny “The Omelet Lady” McVey (3:44); women’s basketball coach Kyle Wilson previews the 2017-18 season (7:40); and learn about the Labyrinth built this summer behind the Presbyterian House from Reanna Shank ’21 and consultant Kelley Quinn (13:55).

Duration: 00:19:22

Vol. I, No. 7 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Chemistry professor Brad Sturgeon explains why it’s a big deal MACTLAC is at Monmouth (4:04); football coach Chad Braun previews the Oct. 14 game against Illinois College (8:34); and sociology professor Jonathan Coley discusses an Oct. 17 talk about Heaven’s Gate (13:00).

Duration: 00:18:43

Vol. I, No. 6 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Meet Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students Laura Hutchinson, who talks about the advantages of serving at a residential liberal arts college (3:45); learn why Monmouth’s new men’s lacrosse coach, Chris Klaiber, thinks the Midwest is a great place for lacrosse to grow (10:00); and hear how Monmouth tartan runs throughout the family of Laura Cavanaugh ’86 and her daughter, Elizabeth Smith ’19 (14:26).

Duration: 00:18:58

Vol. I, No. 5 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Student Amanda Grissom ’19, director of two one-act plays by Susan Glaspell that will be performed Oct. 5-8 at the Fusion Theatre; men’s soccer coach Kooten Johnson previews Saturday’s match against rival Knox (Ill.) College; and Educational Studies professors Michelle Holschuh Simmons and Tammy LaPrad preview an Oct. 4 forum that will discuss the future of public education.

Duration: 00:18:12

Vol. I, No. 4 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Monmouth’s new Presbyterian Scholars -- Allie Meyers, Courtney Ouart, Elizabeth Riedesel and Alyssa Whitacre; women’s soccer coach Nick Rizzo; and Wackerle Career and Leadership Center Director Marnie Dugan ’95.

Duration: 00:17:33

Vol. I, No. 3 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Art professor Stephanie Baugh discusses the College’ thoughtful “Introduction to Liberal Arts” class; volleyball coach Kari Shimmin discusses her 2017 team; and Associated Students of Monmouth College President Javier Abredo ’18 of Chicago talks about student government and residence life.

Duration: 00:17:01

Vol. I, No. 2 - The 1853 Podcast

Guests: Theater professors Vanessa Campagna Ron Zank preview Fusion Fest IV, which will be held Sept. 9; cross country coach Jon Welty ’12 on his teams’ seasons; and Melissa Scholes Young ’97 on her debut novel, “Flood.”

Duration: 00:19:28

Vol. I, No. 1 - The 1853 Podcast

Three members of Monmouth’s sororities and Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Involvement and Service Max Seisser ’15 discuss the advantages of Greek life at Monmouth; football coach Chad Braun previews the upcoming season; and artist Preston Jackson of Peoria, Ill., discusses his exhibit in the Len G. Everett Gallery of the Hewes Library.

Duration: 00:14:11