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Class of 2027 is Most Academically-Prepared Class

Monmouth University’s Class of 2027 has qualified as being the most academically prepared class in the University’s 90-year history, flaunting the most noteworthy grade point average of any incoming first-year cohort at 3.64. This class has also exceeded previous benchmarks of out-of-state and Honors School enrollments while simultaneously boasting a record number of first-generation and […]


Happiness or Financial Stability?

When it comes time to find a job, there are preferences people keep in mind, such as length of commute and level of flexibility. However, there are two key preferences that most people prioritize above all else: happiness and financial stability. In other words, you want to work in an environment that makes you feel […]


Is Honesty the Best Policy?

Honesty is something so simple to understand, yet its application is widely debated. A simple Google search will yield hundreds of definitions, all of which describe the virtue as the absence of deceit. Benjamin Franklin famously coined the phrase, “Honesty is the best policy,” which he used to convey how it is better to speak […]

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Black Alumni Share Career Journeys During Black History Month Panel

In honor of Black History Month, the Intercultural Center, Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving and Career Development hosted an alumni panel, titled, “Persistence and Authenticity: Black Alumni Share Their Career Journeys” on Wednesday, Feb. 15 in the Great Hall. Madison Latimer, a sophomore political science and sociology student, was the moderator of the event. The […]


Where’s Winter?

Much to our surprise, this winter has produced more sun than snow. The weather is warmer, hitting temperatures as high as 40 and 50 degrees across the tri-state area. It’s difficult to understand why we aren’t experiencing our normal frigid winter and determine whether or not there are more serious, underlying problems at hand. Kyle […]

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University Welcomes 5th Annual Rev. Dr. MLK Distinguished Speaker in Social Justice

In hosting the 5th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Distinguished Speaker in Social Justice, the President’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion welcomed Dr. Anthony Abraham Jack as the 5th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Distinguished Speaker in Social Justice, on Wednesday, Jan. 25 via Zoom. Jack is a sociologist and […]

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School of Humanities and Social Sciences Appoints New Dean

David Golland, Ph.D., was recently appointed as the new Dean of the Wayne D. Murray School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Before joining Monmouth’s campus, Golland was previously a professor of history at Governors State University in Chicago, Illinois. He served in a variety of capacities over his 12 years at the institution. Upon ascending […]


The Food of Monmouth

The food at Monmouth University never fails to surprise us. Gourmet Dining is very creative with the food that they provide for the students and staff. As a freshman living on campus with a car, I still choose to eat the food offered on campus. One reason is that I don’t have to pay anything […]