Club & Greek

Club and Greek Announcements 4/29/16

Outdoors Club

The Outdoors Club will hold its bi-annual Beach Bash, Saturday, May 2, from 12 – 4 pm on the West End Beach. This event will feature beach games, boogie boards, kayaks, snacks and drinks. The club will also be hosting an old-fashioned picnic at Shark River Park in Neptune on Tuesday, May 5 from 12 – 4 pm. This event will include kickball, football, corn hole, ultimate Frisbee, and excellent hiking. We will also have hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, snacks and drinks.

Running Club 

The Running Club is now meeting several times a week, both for recreational runners and for those interested in competing in cross country, road races, or track & field. Contact Coach Joe or Mitchell Parker for more information and for various practice times. 

Alpha Xi Delta

Alpha Xi Delta will be holding its annual philanthropy event, Karaoke for a Cause, on Monday, May 4 at 10 pm in Pollak Theater. The event is a fun way to listen to karaoke sung by your peers, or even sing karaoke yourself! The proceeds will benefit Autism Speaks. Tickets can be bought for $5 prior to the event, or $7 at the door.If anyone is interesting in participating as either a singer or a judge, please contact Ali Hart at for more information. Thank you! The sisters of Alpha Xi Delta would also like to wish everyone good luck on their final exams and a safe and happy summer!


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The Outlook 

The Outlook is looking for students interested in writing, graphic design, and photography to join the team and become an active member in creating our weekly publication. We are an award-winning group of students who bond over our love of writing, reporting, having fun, networking, and being a family. If you are interested in joining, please don’t hesitate to contact the Editor-In-Chief, Brianna McCabe, at

MU Surf Club

Check out one of the University’s newest organizations, the MU Surf Club. Take advantage of going to school less than a mile from the beach and get together with students with the same interest and passion for the sea. Everyone is welcome, including surfers, bodyboarders, photographers, etc. The club will be holding beach cleanups, contests, beach parties, and more. For more information contact the club’s President, Tyler Sankey, or Vice President, Connor Perzely.

Boom Roasted Productions

Boom Roasted Productions presents Rent in Woods Theater at 8 pm on May 2, and 3 pm on May 3. Visit The club is currently in rehearsals for this production, which will be the first fully student-produced musical. Rent’s composer, Jonathan Larson, died the night before it opened off-Broadway, and his papers were gifted to the Library of Congress. The club also sponsored a trip to the Library of Congress last week so students could see his lyrics, rehearsal notes, etc. Sheri Anderson, the club’s faculty advisor, said the trip was incredibly inspiring. She said the students were most interested in the Larson materials. “They asked questions about everything from Larson’s creative process to the specifics of archiving. Several of them were crying by the time they left,” Anderson said. Four students were offered internships on the spot by Senior Music Specialist Mark Horowitz, who had watched the students organize materials into show order.

Sociology Club

The Sociology Club is hosting a short film festival on May 1 from 6 – 8 pm in Pollak Theater. The goal of the festival is to raise awareness on important social issues. All proceeds will go to charity. All are welcome to attend.

ACM/IEEE Student Chapter

The ACM/IEEE student chapter would like to congratulate the outgoing e-board on a successful year. Thank you to James Blessing, Jessica Kostiou, Taylor Klodowski and Justin Schlemm.

Monmouth Review

Call for artwork to be published in the Monmouth Review. Please send submissions to Brittany Bowling