Four women have made me the woman I am today: Rapunzel, Elle Woods, Carrie Bradshaw, and my Mother. Okay, maybe I shouldn’t owe my entire personhood to three fictional characters, but hear me out.
CLUB & GREEK EDITOR,
Two more waves of phishing scam e-mails were sent to both students’ accounts, and student organization accounts over the span of two days, starting April 5 at approximately 7:07 p.m. and ending April 6, at about 8:54 p.m.
The University’s Phi Eta Sigma chapter held its annual induction ceremony of 156 first year students in Pollak Theater on Friday, March 9. Phi Eta Sigma is the nation’s oldest and largest honor society for first-year college and University students. The honor society is based upon the principles of “Vigor and discipline of mind; care and respect for the body; and above all, nobility and generosity of character,” all characteristics that are expected of its members.
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity’s Kappa-Kappa chapter closed officially on Friday, Feb. 16. According to an e-mail sent to members of the campus community on Feb. 23 by Michele Kaplan, Assistant Director of Student Activities for Fraternity and Sorority Life, the University has placed the chapter in the status of “non-operating” with the offices of the […]
Studying abroad is an opportunity that some students agree can be life-changing. Students are able to live in another country and take courses at a foreign university. While grateful for the opportunity, some students and faculty believe that the University’s study abroad programs should be improved.
While both undergraduate and graduate students alike are involved on the University’s campus, some graduate students have the opportunity to attend classes at the Monmouth University Graduate Center, located about two miles from the main campus, and has its own community of graduate students, offers four major programs of study, and is still in the process of growing.
Freshman year can be an overwhelming experience. For many, it’s their first time away from home, their first time managing their own lives, and their first time living as an adult. For those looking back on their freshman year, there is undeniable growth. Confusing, exhilarating, and for some, difficult, the experiences freshmen have are transformative at 18 or 19. However, being a freshman later on in life is a completely difference entirely, at least, it is for Lauren Gnoinski.
University President Grey J. Dimenna, Esq. issued an apology statement via email regarding a fundraising event where inappropriate humor was used in a comedy act.
Monmouth University has been named alongside 104 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, including Yale University, Princeton University, and Oxford University, in the Paradise Papers, a leak of documents and files that indicate the institutions named had affiliations with offshore accounts, most often, to avoid tax liability.
The School of Education announced the Program for Research and Support for Rett Syndrome (RTT), in collaboration with the New Jersey Rett Syndrome Association (NJRSA) at a conference held in the Wilson Hall Versailles room on Friday, Nov. 17.