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Class of 2026: Most Diverse Yet

Monmouth University’s newly-welcomed class of 2026 was lauded as the most diverse in the school’s history via a university-wide email by President Patrick Leahy, Ed.D. on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Leahy offered some perspective on the school’s changing demographics as it enters its 89th year of higher education, describing how the incoming class will propel the […]


Is September the New October?

Fall is right around the corner…or is it already here? Whenever I think of fall, I think of Halloween, pumpkins, crispy leaves of red, yellow, and brown all over the green grass and on the windshield of my car. I think of cozy sweaters, leggings, and hot coffee instead of cold, iced coffee. Let’s not […]


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“Hate Ends Now” Cattle CarHolocaust Exhibit

There was an odd sight on campus last week. Some guessed it looked like a train, and other students walked by perplexed. A cattle car was parked outside of the Ocean First Bank Center, an exact replica of the very same ones used to transport Jews and other targeted groups in World War II during […]


Healthy Eating Tips for College Students

For busy college students trying to balance schoolwork, jobs, hobbies, and a social life, having good nutrition is crucial to health and wellness. College students’ irregular eating habits are frequently caused by their hectic schedules and late evening classes. When there isn’t enough time to eat, meals are typically skipped (most usually breakfast), leading to […]


A Closer Look at Elliot Fullam’s albumWhat’s Wrong

A quick search of the name “Elliot Fullam” on TikTok pulls up an account consisting of an 18-year-old, idiosyncratic music fan. With 193 thousand followers, over 4 million likes, and videos that garner tens of thousands of views each on TikTok alone, it’s clear to see that the internet loves the New Jersey-based creator. Numbers […]


AmeriCorps and its Role in Combating the Opioid Epidemic

In its 2021 data from the National Center for Health Statistics, the CDC showcased that the United States saw for the first time more than 100,000 deaths from drug overdoses. The data from the NCHS Statistics shows that there were 107,622 suspected deaths from overdoses in 2021, 15 percent more than the 93,655 deaths predicted […]


Women’s Soccer Defeats Stonehill in 4-0 Victory

In their final non-conference matchup before heading into CAA play, the Monmouth University women’s soccer team (7-1-0, 0-0-0 CAA) secured a 4-0 victory over the Stonehill University Skyhawks (1-7-1, 0-0-1 NEC) in an offensive spectacle on Sunday, Sept. 18. After 25 scoreless minutes to open the match, sophomore Chloe Ferreira put Monmouth on the board […]

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Congressman Pallone Discusses Action On Climate Change

Congressman Frank Pallone joined the Monmouth University community to discuss Congressional action on climate change as a last-minute addition to the Climate Crisis Teach-In week on Thursday, Oct. 7. Pallone began the session by providing a brief overview of how the United States is preparing for the upcoming Glasgow Conference, which is set to take […]

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