Here’s the thing, a female’s place is in the kitchen, not on the field.
ASSOCIATE OPINION EDITOR,
People visited libraries more often than movie theaters, national parks, and live music events, according to a recent GALLUP poll that was published on Jan. 24, 2020.
The Communication Department hosted its second annual Communication Kickoff Event during the first club meeting time on Wed. Sept. 4. All of the department’s student-run organizations had a table at the event.
Old and new, The Outlook wants to welcome you back to Monmouth. We are excited to kick off another great year.
Monmouth’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee (MSAAC) hosted its first Mental Health Week from April 22 through April 26, which included various on-campus events, information sessions, and an extensive social media campaign.
Do I want to run a marathon? No. Hard no.
The Big Brothers, Big Sisters (BBBS) College Program in Asbury/Monmouth, otherwise knowna as Project BAM, is in its tenth year of partnership between Monmouth University and Asbury Park High School.
Monmouth software technology and computer science students attended the Women Engineers Code (WECode) Conference at Harvard University from Feb. 22 through Feb.24.
The University celebrated its 23rd annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) in Wilson Hall, last Friday, Jan. 25.
Plants for Peace, an on-campus organization, hosted inspirational speaker James Aspey in Wilson Auditorium Monday Nov. 12 in an event titled “Choosing Compassion over Violence”.