Featured (Slider) News

Monmouth University Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, Promotes Latinx Culture on Campus

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year starting Sept. 15 until Oct. 15 to recognize the contributions and achievements made by the Latinx community to this country. In 1968, Hispanic Heritage was observed for a week under President Lyndon Johnson; however, it wasn’t until President Ronald Reagan’s term in 1988 when it was extended to […]

Politics

Texas Abortion Ban Sparks National Debate

A “six-week” abortion ban has recently gone into effect in Texas after the Supreme Court refused to give a ruling on the law’s constitutionality. On Sept. 2, following tumult in the Texas state legislature between Democrats and Republicans, a bill was passed—the first of its kind in the United States—that bans abortion beginning six weeks […]

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Opinion

You Do Not Always Have to Be OK

In today’s society, there is a stigma surrounding mental health. People throw around the word “anxiety” for anything, but when a person has anxiety or depression, they are frowned upon. Something many people fail to consider is that your physical health and your mental health are directly related. Some people say any feeling you have […]

Club & Greek

Alpha Sigma Tau’s Lauren Wollman: A Cancer Survivor

Lauren Wollman was just 16 years old when she was diagnosed with a genetic condition—one that would eventually lead to her diagnosis of stage one ovarian cancer. Wollman, who was just starting her college application process, was about to embark on a journey that would include many doctors’ appointments and operations, but would eventually lead […]

Sports

Sean Thompson Named New Pitching Coach

On Sept. 29, Monmouth University Baseball Head Coach Dean Ehehalt announced Sean Thompson as the Hawks new pitching coach. “I could not be more excited to join the winning tradition of Monmouth Baseball,” said Thompson. “I am grateful for the opportunity given to me by Coach Ehehalt and I am motivated to help continue to […]

Entertainment Featured (List)

Squid Game: Inside Netflix’s New Top Show

Do you like games? Do you like to win money? Would you play a game if it meant you would win money? What if the cost of losing was your life?  These are the questions being asked by a wide variety of fans as they binge watch Netflix’s newest hit Squid Game, a South Korean […]

Features

How to Avoid Procrastination

Picture this: You have a 10 page paper due in a couple of weeks, but also your favorite show on Netflix was finally released, and you have to watch it. You decide to put off the paper because you think you’ll get it done, but now fast forward a couple of weeks, and you have […]

Editorial

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 […]

Lifestyles

It’s Pumpkin Time!

It’s October now, and you know what that means—it’s Halloween time! For some people, once October hits, it’s all about fall and Halloween. But for others, they’ve already been in that mode since September! Most stores have all their fall and Halloween Themed items out for a month already. It’s a time where the Pillsbury […]

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