The Honors Club at Monroe

Friday, November 30 marked a big day for Monroe College’s Honors Program. Students from 12 Honors classes presented their work to their peers in the Program’s Honors Colloquium. Honors Colloquium is an event that takes place every semester where students in Honors classes present their work.

Presentation topics ranged from “Prosciutto Di Parma” to “The Evolution of Vampires” to “The O.J. Simpson Trial.” Following the presentations, 67 students were officially inducted into the Honors Program during the Pinning Ceremony.

Later that evening, students celebrated their academic success at the Honors Social, an 80s themed party. Students got funky, dancing and singing along to 80s music. A good time was had by all.

Interested in joining Honors? Contact Professor MacDonald (

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