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Campus Viewpoint 10-12-16

Who do you think is the most influential historical activist?


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Ariely & Jen

Sophomores

"Rosa Parks."

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Moments at Monmouth 10-12-16

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COMMUTER STUDENT MENTORS INTRODUCE THEMSELVES TO FUTURE STUDENTS.

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Campus Viewpoint 10-5-16

What are three words you'd use to describe the upcoming election?


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Ally

Graduate Student

"Interesting, eye-opening, concerning."

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Moments at Monmouth 10-5-16

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MADDIE ARECCHI AND ALYSSA MCGIVNEY KICK OFF THE FALL SEASON WITH APPLE PICKING.

(PHOTO TAKEN BY JESS LAVITOL)

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Campus Viewpoint 9-28-16

Who is your favorite athlete?


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Jaime

Junior

"My favorite is Nathan Adrian from the U.S. Men's Olympic Swimming Team."

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Moments at Monmouth 9-28-16

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VIEW FROM THE OUTLOOK OFFICE.

(PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLY AFANADOR)

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Campus Viewpoint 9-21-16

What on-campus sporting event are you most excited for this semester?


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Bridget

Freshman

“I’m most excited for football.”

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MU Moments from the Summer 9-21-16

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SHAWN MENDES PERFORMING AT OCEANFIRST BANK CENTER ON AUG. 16.

(PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLY AFANADOR)

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Campus Viewpoint 9-14-16

What’s the most exciting thing you did this summer?


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Aditi

Senior

“I went to Italy and ate pasta everyday.”

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MU Moments from the Summer 9-14-16

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JACQUELINE EVANS BOWLING IN A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SHE WON ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK.

(PHOTO COURTESY OF JACQUELINE EVANS)

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Running Towards What is Meant to Be | Kiera Lanni's Senior Goodbye

kiera lanni 1I consider myself a late bloomer. My brother Brennan and I were born almost three months early and really had to fight our very baby best to stay alive. We were both only a pound or two when we were born. As Brennan jokes, “We were born ready! Wait, just kidding, we were premature.”

After spending the first month of our lives at Monmouth Medical Center, we were ready to begin to bloom in our hometown of Brick, New Jersey. Flash forward 18 years, those two struggling infants were ready to start the next big step in their lives; college.

Being the late bloomer I am, it took me awhile to mentally prepare myself for such a big step. I decided that commuting to Monmouth University was the way to go. I knew other kids my age were going to colleges far away, or felt they had to live on campus to get the “full college experience.” I wanted to prove that you can have a fulfilling college experience without actually living there.

I feel like I have grown a lot during my time at Monmouth. When I was a freshman, I was but a wee bud, and now I am half-way to becoming a full-fledged chrysanthemum (almost). I was able to discover my strengths and weaknesses, and discover where my passions really lie. I never thought I would consider becoming a journalist or photographer, but they seem like real possibilities to me now. I am thankful that Monmouth has given the opportunities to be the student I am today.

In fact, I have a lot of people to thank...

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CAMPUS LOCATION
The Outlook
Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center for Communication
and Instructional Technology (CCIT)
Room 260, 2nd floor

MAILING ADDRESS
The Outlook
Monmouth University
400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch, New Jersey
07764

Phone: (732) 571-3481 | Fax: (732) 263-5151
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