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FAMCO Enters New Contract Negotiations

On Monday, Feb. 19, the Faculty Association of Monmouth University (FAMCO) began negotiations with the University regarding a new contract, following the typical three-year cycle of contract expirations.Johanna Foster, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology, serves as the chief spokesperson for the faculty union team and additionally served as FAMCO’s President prior to […]


The Amazing Spider-Man is Truly Amazing

In the heart of New York City, amidst the towering skyscrapers and bustling streets, there exists a hero who transcends the confines of fiction to become a beacon of hope for all who dare to dream. Spider-Man, a name whispered in awe and high regard, is more than just a masked hero swinging through the […]


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Major Spotlight: Communication

The Department of Communication is home to many students. Among one of the most popular majors offered at Monmouth, this department houses different clusters of Communication studies to fit every student’s needs. The Department of Communication offers programs in Communication, Communication with Journalism/PR, Communication with Media Studies and Production, and graduate programs, such as Communication […]


Decluttering Tips for Spring Cleaning

The colder weather is nearing an end, bringing along a new season of growth and rejuvenation. Spring is a season of change and not just in the weather; it’s a time to reset your mental and physical space. To get a head start on the upcoming season, here are a few decluttering tips.


What to Watch Before You Watch “Deadpool & Wolverine”

“Deadpool & Wolverine,” the third Deadpool movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), is set to hit theaters this July. MCU is a very complex system, so if you’re interested in watching this movie, you have to do your homework beforehand. Here is a “watch guide” that will hopefully help anyone become a Marvel superfan […]


Alexei Navalny Dies in Siberian Penal Colony

Alexei Navalny, a prominent Russian opposition figure, passed away under suspicious circumstances in a Russian penal colony last weekend according to NBC. According to Russian authorities, Navalny “went for a walk after feeling ill.” Navalny rose to prominence as a vocal critic of corruption within the Russian government and President Vladimir Putin’s administration. His anti-corruption […]

Featured (Slider) Sports

Valencia Earns CAA Honors for Second Week in A Row

The 6’9” redshirt freshman forward Jaret Valencia has earned his second straight CAA Rookie of the Week honor. Valencia played for Legacy the School of Sport Sciences (LSS) in Spring, Texas. His career highs consist of 56 points, 18 rebounds, and 13 blocks in a single game while attending LSS. He was a Texas 6A […]

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