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Club and Greek Announcements 01/25/17

Cinema Club

The Cinema Club would like to announce that until the Oscars there will be a showing of musical films. They will be showing this Thursday, Jan. 25 in JP234 at 7:30 p.m. and they will be screening Popstar. The club hopes that you can make it!

Monmouth Youth Activists

The Monmouth Youth Activists Club encourages you to get involved. Like or visit their Facebook page for Monmouth Youth Activists Group on campus. See if you’re interested in joining our family We have so much planned this semester @muyouthactivist

BoomRoasted Productions

BoomRoasted Productions will be holding auditions on Feb. 3 at 7p.m for their production of Sweeney Todd. Callbacks will be held Feb. 4 at 12 p.m. For any additional information or questions, please email Nick Zaccario at s0943525@monmouth.edu.

The Outlook

The Outlook is looking for students interested in writing for the student-run newspaper. Sections include News, Opinion, Politics, Lifestyles, Features, Entertainment, Club & Greek, and Sports. No prior experience is necessary. The Outlook fulfills practicum.
If you are interested, please e-mail outlook@monmouth.edu for more information.

Hawk TV News

Hawk TV News is looking for vibrant and interested students who want to be reporters, writers, anchors and much more. You do not need to be a communication major to be apart of this organization. If you are interested email me at s0933548@monmouth.edu or meet us on Wednesdays in JP 138 at 3:15.

Monmouth University’s Panhellenic Council

MU Panhellenic CouncilThe Panhellenic Council (PHC) at Monmouth provides members of Panhellenic sororities a productive way to contribute to the Panhellenic community, as well as holds its own members accountable.

PHC strives to develop and maintain the fraternal life and Inter-fraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment. It is made up of an executive board (e-board), six delegates (1 per sorority), and a seven-position cabinet.

The e-board consists of the President, Vice President of Programming, and Vice President of Recruitment. The President has an overall responsibility for the operation of the Panhellenic Council and presides at all regular meetings.

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Blue Hawk Studio

Blue Hawk StudioWest Long Branch, NJ – Most students at Monmouth know about Blue Hawk Records, the University’s music label, but often people mistake the Blue Hawk Studio recording club with the label.

The recording club, founded and run by Huascar Holguin, a senior music industry student debuted last Spring. Since the start, the club has more than doubled in size and already has a new recording studio in the making.

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Club and Greek Announcements 11/30/16

The Guardians Club

The Guardians Club is honored to present Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Hunter Brockriede as its guest speaker on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, from 2:45 – 4:00 p.m. in Rechnitz Hall 107. The Guardians Club and this meeting are open to all students regardless of major/minor.

BoomRoasted Productions

BoomRoasted is holding their annual Theatrefest Nov. 29 through Dec. 2. The four nights of theatre will feature a ‘Ham to Ham’ cabaret with music from Hammerstein to Hamilton.The event will also feature a senior night, alumni night, and a night where members will be presenting and performing their original work. The event is located at the Lauren K. Woods theatre, at 8 p.m. The event is entirely free and members encourage you to come out and be entertained.

Alpha Omicron Pi

The sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi are cosponsoring a series of events with Delta Tau Delta. They will be tabling Dec. 1 and collecting items to donate to troops over seas on Dec. 2. They will also be selling hot chocolate for a dollar and proceeds will be donated to Sisters for Soldiers. Dec. 6 they will be having service men talk about their experience and do push up drills. Come out and support your troops. 

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Phi Kappa Psi Hosts Monmouth’s Got Talent

Phi Kappa Psi Monmouth Talent Show 1Phi Kappa Psi held their annual philanthropy event, “Monmouth’s Got Talent” on Wednesday at 10 p.m. in Pollak Theater.

This exciting night started out with the hosts of the show introducing themselves.

Johnny Maurer and Tom Curry, both brothers of Phi Kappa Psi, welcomed all the attendees for coming and spoke about their philanthropy, the Boys and Girls Club.

According to the Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County’s website, “The Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County is a private non-profit organization that serves children that come from some of the difficult circumstances in the County. With professional licensed staff, Boys and Girls Clubs of Monmouth County’s youth enjoy a variety of activities.”

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Hawks Striper Club Reels in the Facts

Hawk Striper Club FactsThe fall season brings cool water and lots of activity in the ocean. Falling water temperatures brings a great migration of fish that local fisheries and watermen have been catching for sport or bringing back to the dinner table.

There have been schools of blue fish, peanut bunker and stripe bass in our back yard. The University Bluffs has been the spot to find these “blitz” of fish that have been jumping out of the water.

Junior business student Pete Righi lives in the University Bluffs and is a member of the Monmouth University Football team. Righi said, “It’s crazy to look out your window and see the ocean. This past week I saw a whale that breached out of the water to feed off of the splashing fish around it.”

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Club and Greek Announcements 11/16/16

Cinema Club

The Cinema Club would like to announce that for November there will be a showing of action movies all month long. They will be showing this Wednesday, Nov. 16 in JP138 at 7:30 p.m. and they will be screening John Wick, starring Keanu Reeves. The club hopes that you can make it!

MU Oral Communication Club (MOCC)

The Department of Communication, the Communication Council, and the MOCC hosts #coMmtalks Post-Election Media Breakdown, on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. in Wilson auditorium. Join us for a discussion about how traditional and social media affected the way citizens received information about the election.This event is an opportunity for students to gain perspective on the challenges facing today’s media professionals when covering a presidential campaign.

The Outlook

The Outlookis looking for students interested in writing for the student-run newspaper. Sections include News, Opinion, Politics, Lifestyles, Features, Entertainment, Club & Greek, and Sports. No prior experience is necessary. The Outlook fulfills practicum.

If you are interested, please e-mail outlook@monmouth.edu for more information.

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Panhellenic Council Unifies Greek Women through Events

Panhellenic Council Greek WomenThe Panhellenic Council (PHC) hosted two events last week in order to increase fellowship and spread awareness about the Panhellenic sororities on campus.

These events included their annual Sorority Bingo, and the annual Panhellenic holiday dinner. The Panhellenic Council is Monmouth University’s student representation from the National Panhellenic Conference, which is an umbrella organization for 26 national women’s sororities.

Last Wednesday, the ladies of the Panhellenic Council sponsored Sorority Bingo, an event open to all women both in Greek life as well as not in Greek life.

The PHC invited these young women to come out and enjoy a game night while exposing the members of the Monmouth community to what the Panhellenic Council’s message is all about. The event began at 8:30 p.m. in Anacon Hall and ran until 10:30 p.m.

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Club and Greek Announcements 11/9/16

Cinema Club

The Cinema Club would like to announce that for November the club will be will be showing action movies all month long. They will be starting this Wednesday, Nov. 9 in JP138 at 7:30 p.m. and they will be screening Legend of the Drunken Master, starring Jackie Chan. The club hopes that you can make it!

Monmouth University Oral
Communication Club (MOCC)

The Department of Communication, the Communication Council, and the MOCC hosts #comMtalks Post-Election Media Breakdown, on Wednesday, Nov 16 at 6pm in Wilson auditorium. Join us for a discussion about how traditional and social media affected the way citizens received information about the election.This event is an opportunity for students to gain perspective on the challenges facing today’s media professionals when covering a presidential campaign.

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SAB Promotes Veganism with ‘Udder Chaos’

SAB Try VeganThe Student Activities Board (SAB) held an awareness event called “Udder Chaos” on Tuesday, Oct. 25 from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. outside of Wilson Hall. At this event, the main goal was for people to be exposed to the dangers of animal agriculture and for people to endorse animal rights.

The event had a ‘stuff and fluff’ station for people to make there own stuffed animals, and a food truck with strictly vegan food varying from veggie burgers, falafel wraps, portabella warps, and three different smoothies.

In order to get a ticket to the food truck, attendees had to sign a petition to stop animal cruelty.

There was also a table with much information of making a difference with becoming vegan.

For those who don’t know, an individual who follows a vegan diet produces 50 percent less CO2, uses 1/11th oil, 1/13th water, and 1/18th land compared to a meat eater.

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Catchin’ Waves with Monmouth’s Surf Club

Catchin Waves MU SurfThe Monmouth Surf Club has been busy this year surfing along the east coast. Members on the team have dedicated their time traveling to find better waves and paying respect to the local communities.

The Club’s first event was held on Hathaway in Deal, NJ for a beach clean up where Waves for Water made an appearance. This non-profit organization gives countries reusable clean water filtration systems that provide clean drinking water. Waves for Water recently visited Haiti after Hurricane Mathew destroyed their country.

Senior communication student Hunter Rainis, junior business student Paul Kelly, and sophomore business student Matt Kelly made the first stop on the east coast. “Driving through the Verrazano Bridge was crazy. I thought I was going to get bumped off the bridge, and traffic was nuts,” P. Kelly said.

The crew ended up in Long Beach, NY and surfed all day thanks to Hurricane Nicole. “The first spot we checked was so crowded, but it was the best I have seen it in a while so we had to go in,” Rainis said. “We surfed later at a secret spot and traded waves all alone.”

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