My Home Away From Home: Thank You, Outlook

Life is all about choices. You can choose one direction over another, you can choose to change course or keep moving forward, hoping you made the right decision. In 2014 I was a sophomore who had written a few articles for the school paper but I wasn’t sure I had what it took to be […]


Russian Forces Gather on Ukrainian Border; Biden and Putin Hold Virtual Meeting

Tensions between Russia and the West have been greatly exacerbated lately, with concerns of conflict on both sides becoming a dominant fear. US intelligence agencies warned their European and NATO counterparts that the Russian Federation has deployed a force of roughly 94,000, with expectations of it massing to a soaringly high figure of 175,000. The […]


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Almost Five Years Later and I’m Saying Goodbye

Five years ago, I never would have thought I would be where I am today. Coming into college, I was convinced I was going to go to medical school and become a doctor. I was wrong. Very wrong. I learned in my first semester here that I did not have a science brain but didn’t […]

Club & Greek

Blue Hawk Records to Release “Back On Track” This Friday

As the end of the semester quickly approaches, Blue Hawk Records is gearing up to present their 19th compilation, “Back on Track”, to the world. This brand-new LP features seven songwriters performing their completely original songs. The artists have had a long and exciting journey since September. Every artist went through an audition process, whether […]

Featured (List) Sports

Womens B-Ball Defeats Dartmouth

On Sunday afternoon, the Monmouth University women’s basketball team defeated Dartmouth 55-37 in a road victory after a strong second-half performance. The Hawks trailed by two at the half but ended up outscoring the Big Green 34-10. The outscoring took place in the final 17:37 of action on their way to their first road win […]

Entertainment Featured (List)

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Turns 15

This month, my favorite video game of all time, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, turns fifteen years old.For years, I’ve wanted a justification to cover this masterpiece in writing; journalistic integrity be damned.So, before I hand the reins to another excellent writer and editor, I decided to take a deep dive into why Twilight […]


Blue Hawk Records Artist of the Week: Jeanine DeLuca “JADE.”

You are going to want to remember this name: Jeanine DeLuca, better known by her stage name “JADE.” She is a sophomore majoring in music industry, and is working with Blue Hawk Records both recording original music mixed with another passion of hers—photography. DeLuca first got into music at a young age, starting with the […]


Outlook Thoughts On Master’s Programs

The National Student Clearinghouse estimated that while enrollment in undergraduate programs for associate’s and bachelor’s degrees fell by 9.7 percent compared to 2019, enrollment in master’s programs increased by 6 percent. Amongst the Outlook staff, a discussion was had as to whether pursuing degrees that exceed a bachelor’s level are on our minds. “I am […]


Shopping Tips for Broke Students

The time has come! The holiday season has already started, and you suddenly remember that you are supposed to be giving everyone gifts. Many people will check their calendars and quickly set into panic shopping mode, but let’s all take a deep breath and avoid buying unnecessary filler presents. Now, it is important to remember […]

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