Featured (Slider) News

Campus Returns to In-Person Learning

Despite the ongoing uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic and new concerns over the Delta variant, Monmouth University has started to return to a sense of normalcy this fall. “If you look at last year compared to this year, course delivery has shifted almost completely to in-person instruction because that was our goal and our focus,” […]

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Opinion

Feeling all of the Feels

This past week, the question I was asked most frequently was, “How does it feel being back on campus?” Everyone is looking for one answer, but I don’t think it is that simple. Typically, I have responded with, “Its good,” but that’s not the truth. I really want to tell people I feel all the […]

Club & Greek

Annual Involvement Fair a Success For Student Organizations

Ninety-six student organizations set up camp on the turf of Hess field on Friday, September 10 for the University’s annual Involvement Fair. Hosted by the Office of Student Activities, the fair is held during Welcome Week as a way to network with both new and returning students and to encourage them to become active members […]

Featured (List) Sports

A Shutout and Honors for Gomez & Griffin

Behind strong offensive performances from juniors Griffin Tomas and Julian Gomez, and yet another shutout for redshirt senior Sean Murray, the Monmouth University men’s soccer team bested Delaware in Tuesday night’s contest, 4-0. Tomas ignited the Hawks offense in the 37th minute, scoring off an assist from graduate student Jonas Lindner. The assist to Tomas […]

Entertainment Featured (List)

TAKE ME TO CHVRCHES: Screen Violence Is Dark, Bold Synthpop

Scottish group Chvrches have been at the forefront of synthpop since their formation in Glasgow in the early 2010s, with each release since 2013’s The Bones of What You Believe sonically encapsulating diverse eras, themes, and subgenres in electronic music.  Now, in 2021, just as I’ve grown more mature since that time, I realize that […]

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Hurricane Ida Causes Devastating Damages For Students

A category four storm, known as Hurricane Ida, ravaged the east and southeastern part of the United States from August 26th to September 1st, including a few inches of rain in the Monmouth area.  William Siemer, Executive Director for Campus Planning and Facilities Management, said that Hurricane Ida did not impact the campus community as […]

Editorial

Welcome Back From The Outlook

Welcome back, everyone! It’s so great to be back on campus. It goes without saying that a lot has led to this moment, but I’m confident we’ll all have a safe and fun semester. Things are really only looking up from here as we quickly approach 2022. To those who continued their club participation remotely, […]

Lifestyles Uncategorized

Adorning Your Dorm

With the first week of classes under their belts, students at Monmouth University are beginning to settle into the 2021-2022 academic year. Now that the Hawks are back in their nest, many create a home away from home in one of the 11 on-campus residence halls.  Part of being a student is making sure you […]

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