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Faculty Discuss Sexism in Academia

In honor of Women’s History Month, the affiliated faculty of the Program in Gender and Intersectionality Studies (PGIS) weighed in on the pervasiveness of sexism within the academe, which refers to the academic world in which professors and students study, as well as Monmouth University. They emphasized that even in the 21st Century, sexism still […]


Piracy: A Complex Problem

Pirating is using music, books, shows, movies, and video games for free rather than paying for the product or service. Now, I would be lying if I said I have not previously pirated media in the past and continue to do so to this day, especially concerning textbooks that would typically cost hundreds of dollars […]


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HawkTank Spotlight: Fludz

Living in New Jersey, it is not uncommon to have experienced a flood. Since Superstorm Sandy in Oct. 2012, many have had to undergo complete home reconstruction or even relocate.Even at the tail-end of 2022, Monmouth County experienced major flooding in coastal towns. NJ.com and the weather service reported Sandy Hook recording waters up to […]


How to Start a Capsule Wardrobe

Do you ever wake up feeling like you have nothing to wear? Do you have a difficult time curating outfits because you’re missing pieces that would tie it all together? If you said yes to either of those questions, then creating a capsule wardrobe is the solution for you! A capsule wardrobe is a collection […]


How to Form a Band

It was the summer of ’68 when Marc Muller, present-day professional musician and Monmouth University adjunct professor, was gifted his first real six-string. For him, forming a band was as easy as forming a sentence. At the time, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Jimi Hendrix were releasing new music and inspiring the youth; it […]


Controversial Bill Pits DeSantis Against Disney

Political conflict has sparked in Florida after Governor Ron DeSantis passed legislation taking control of certain services and development for zoning at Walt Disney World, raising concern about public policy and associated political implications with the forthcoming 2024 election. On Monday, Feb. 27, DeSantis signed a bill to appoint a five-person state board to oversee […]


WBB Ends Regular Season on Win, Turns Attention to CAA Tourney

The Monmouth University women’s basketball team closed out their inaugural CAA regular season on a high note, defeating visitors Stony Brook 72-71 on a last-second Bri Tinsley bucket. The Hawks’ first season in the CAA conference was full of ups and downs. The win over Stony Brook gave them a 14-15 overall record and a […]

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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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