Heat Reporter Jason Jackson Visits Sports Industry Club

The Monmouth Sports Industry Club hosted special guest speaker, Miami Heat Sideline Reporter and Host Jason Jackson, in an open forum webinar on Fri., Nov. 5. President of the club, Haider Husaini fielded questions from the audience related to TV broadcasting, hosting, and sideline reporting. Husaini began the meeting by first introducing Jackson’s background. “Mr. […]


Status Report: ‘Build Back Better’ and Infrastructure

As the Oct. 31 deadline for Congress to pass two large infrastructure bills approaches, Pres. Joe Biden is facing pressure from Democratic progressives and moderates alike to pass their respective priorities in his Build Back Better Act (BBB). By Oct. 31, Congress is poised to either extend the aforementioned deadline or pass a drastically scaled-back […]


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Are Movie Theaters Thing of the Past?

With all of the advances in technology and the different streaming services available, it leads me to wonder if movie theaters are losing their relevance. Some services like Paramount and HBO Max allow you to watch movies the day they come out by paying a monthly fee. Some people feel paying this fee once a […]

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Blue Hawk Records to Release“Back on Track” Full-Length Album

Back and better than ever is the Blue Hawk Records team, with their upcoming release of “Back on Track”! This semester marks Blue Hawk’s 19th compilation, and while usually it involves an EP, this is the first time ever that Blue Hawk Records is releasing a full-length, 8-track album! “Back on Track” captures the essence […]


XC Teams Get Major Wins in Disney

On October 30, the Monmouth University men and women’s cross country teams competed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Cross Country championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida. This was the first time the conference meet was held in Disney World since 2016. In addition to the team, Graduate Student […]


The Enchanting World of BookTok

Everyone (at least, almost everyone) is familiar with the hugely popular video-sharing app TikTok. It‘s grown from a small video editing app to become one of the world’s biggest communication and social media forums, especially for the youngest generations, though older generations participate as well. Like most social media apps, TikTok implements what we nebulously […]


How to Efficiently Manage Your Time Without Sacrificing your Well-being

Do you struggle with time management? You are not the only one. Many students find it difficult to get through everything they plan to do throughout the day. While classes are usually of the utmost importance, many students are managing multiple jobs and extracurriculars at the same time. Here are some tips on how to […]


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 […]


Tea Culture Around The World

Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, second only to water. The history and culture surrounding tea is so varied and complex it would be near impossible to cover all its preparations and styles. However, this article will attempt to provide a general understanding of some of the most popular tea styles, […]

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