I transferred to Monmouth in the fall of 2019, and I honestly wish I came here sooner. I never knew the home that I was missing, that being The Outlook and the whole Communication Department.
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After serving as the faculty advisor for 33 years, overseeing 800 issues and over 12,800 pages of the newspaper, John Morano, Professor of Journalism, has decided to step down as faculty advisor for the student-run University newspaper, The Outlook.
Republican Governor Brian Kemp signed Georgia’s 98-page election law at the end of March, according to CBS News. This new voting law has caused a debate between both republican and democratic parties.
Given the times of the world we are in, some can get a little consumed with the new trends on social media. I know I have taken advantage of social media, especially the app TikTok. The app is a video-sharing social media network, and the purpose is to create and upload short videos for entertainment.
President Biden has urged stronger gun control laws after the recent shootings that occurred in Boulder, CO on March 22. Biden has been urging Congress to pass expanding background checks and banning assault-type weapons, like the one the Boulder shooter used.
While President Joe Biden prepares to release his Korean policy, the sister North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, Kim Yo Jung, warned the United States to not “cause a stink,” on Tuesday, March 16.
The newly introduced “Raise the Wage Act” may be enacted by the end of March, but government officials are still deciding whether to proceed. If enacted, the federal minimum wage will likely be raised to $15 an hour.
Rush Hudson Limbaugh III passed away, at age 70, on Feb. 17th. He was a conservative political commentator, an American radio personality, author, and was most known as the host of The Rush Limbaugh Show.
Monmouth University’s Public Relations and Journalism program has been named to PRNEWS’ 2021 Education A-List on Friday, Feb. 12. The award recognizes the 35 best institutions of higher education advancing of PR and communication professionals in the U.S.
On Saturday afternoon, the Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump in his second Impeachment trial. The trial comes a month after the U.S. Capitol riots that took place on Jan. 6.