Author: Juliet Jefts


‘Dolittle’ attempts to explain self-acceptance

This article may contain spoilers for “Dolittle.”   “Dolittle” starring Robert Downey Jr. is a family friendly thrill ride that will make you laugh, cry and ask yourself, “Did that really just happen?” The film started off unexpected, with a love story, as the audience is introduced to John Dolittle […]


Peace marches on

Students and community members came together at the Monroe History Museum Jan. 22 for a peace march through downtown Monroe to St. Mary’s Park in celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. The march brought together over 40 people of all ages and races to celebrate civil rights […]

Alumni Staff

Juliet Jefts

Hello! My name is Juliet Jefts, this is my first year on the Agora staff, though I’ve had a few pieces published with the paper last semester as free-lance. I’m an Ida High School graduate, an alumni of the band, choir and theater programs. I’ve joined the Agora hoping to […]


Joint choir, symphonic band concert honors life of oboist

In the 11 years that Catherine Brodie has directed the Agora Chorale, she has always made an effort to pick pieces with meaning. She has chosen to combine two of their four concerts with the MCCC Symphonic Band, directed by Mark Felder, to show their support for the others programs […]