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Club & Greek

Club and Greek Announcements 02-14-18

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The sociology club at Monmouth works to take the concepts learned in the classroom and apply them to social activism. They focus on raising awareness of inequalities and social issues that affect all as students. They believe that every person has the ability to make a difference in the community. All student ideas are welcome as they work through issues of race, gender, ability, and more to create an open and inclusive space. In the past they have signed petitions against the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatened the sanctity of precious indigenous people’s land; held American Sign Language classes; and educated students about sexual assault. With Sociology Club, every voice has a chance to be heard and they are devoted to addressing social issues that impact campus. The possibilities for what they will do this year are endless, so join them as they continue to work towards creating a campus environment that reflects the world we want to live in.

Students Advocating Girls’ Education (SAGE)

SAGE is dedicated to equal access to education and the betterment of the campus community through social justice, gender equality, and feminism. SAGE hosts a number of events on campus to raise money and donate to organizations and communities which improve access to quality education for women and girls, both locally and globally. They also increase campus awareness of social issues and current events pertaining to women’s rights. If you are interested in joining, please contact the Club President, Kaitlin Allsopp, at

The Outdoors Club

Hiking, camping, kayaking, horseback riding and more! The Outdoors Club (ODC) is the home of all things adventurous for those of all skill levels. ODC is committed to providing the Monmouth student body with exciting activities on and off campus throughout the year. There are upcoming activities schedules for trips to Escape Rooms, cabin camping, snow tubing, game nights and hikes, all free or at a low and student friendly cost. If you are curious or want to learn more, you can contact the club’s Vice President of Public Relations, Grace Roeder, at
Take a Hike!