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After 10 years of being President of the University, Paul G. Gaffney II will be retiring on July 31. Many feel Gaffney has accomplished much in his time here and they appreciate everything he has done for Monmouth.
Dave Grohl is hands down one of the greatest musicians of all time. He played drums for the legendary grunge band Nirvana and founded the Foo Fighters, who are one of the biggest rock groups around today.
The Outlook’s Editor-In-Chief Brett Bodner spoke with soon-to-be MU President Dr. Paul R. Brown on Monday, March 18.
A Norwegian rat found its way into a bathroom in Maplewood apartment 2D on Sunday, March 10. Jim Pillar, Associate Vice President for Student Services, said this was the first time anything larger than a field mouse had made its way into one of the buildings on the residential side of campus.
The Board of Trustees named Dr. Paul R. Brown to be the eighth president of the University on Wednesday, March 13. Currently, Brown is the Dean of the College of Business and Economics at Lehigh University and will take over on August 1 at the University.
The Flying Fish Brewing Company released a special brew of beer called Forever Unloved (F.U.) Sandy to help aid victims of Superstorm Sandy. So far, the company has raised over $45,000 for charity and hopes to get the number up to $50,000 when all is said and done.
Life is full of many journeys filled with twists and turns that could take you anywhere. For senior Brad Brown, life has taken him from putting on the headset for WMCX sports to sitting in a booth a few feet away from ESPN analyst and radio host Stephen A. Smith. Brad’s dream is to one day be a professional sports broadcaster. Thanks to hard work and a drive to succeed, Mr. Brown is well on his way.
College is a time for people to discover themselves. They put significant amounts of time into classes, socializing with friends, and possibly building a resume to help find a job following graduation. In addition to all of this, some could even make the argument that the college years are the peak of ones sports fandom.
While many students went home to avoid being on campus for the wrath of Hurricane Sandy, the University opened up its doors to the outside community and offered up the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC) and Boylan Gymnaisum as a shelter for 1,050 people from all over the state.