The Story Behind Our Stories

Although “The Outlook” is proud to have students, and students only, run the 90-year-old newspaper, there exists a shadow-like lifeline responsible for bringing their work to a level of national-distinction: “The Outlook’s” faculty advisors, Professor of Journalism John Morano and his successor Professor of Journalism Marina Vujnovic, Ph.D., APR, the only two in the newspaper’s […]

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Five Generations of Leaders: “The Outlook’s” Editors-in-Chief

Ninety years of issues has brought scores of student staffs together, all united under the same purpose: share information, break news, and keep it real. As former Outlook advisor Professor John Morano says, “‘The Outlook’s’ students have the same DNA (Distribute News Always).” The captains of this paper-made ship are its Editor-in-Chiefs, or EICs. They […]

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Office of Student Engagement Hosts Involvement Fair

The University’s Office of Student Engagement (OSE) sponsored and hosted the University’s annual Involvement Fair, Wednesday, Sept. 14. The event took place on Shadow Lawn, open to showcasing any and all clubs, on-campus organizations, and school departments to the Monmouth community. As per the OSE’s guidelines, Monmouth organizations were invited to participate in this year’s […]

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Faculty Panelists Discuss National Constitution Day

The Department of History and Anthropology sponsored a panel discussion about Constitution Day on Friday, Sept. 17. Open to the University Community, the virtual forum surrounded the significance of the U.S. Constitution’s inception in Philadelphia on Sept. 17, 1787, as well as how the panelists view this document from a contemporary perspective. Melissa Ziobro, MA, […]

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LHBS Hosts First-Ever Hess Connect

The Leon Hess Business School (LHBS) hosted Hess Connect, an event open to all business students on Tuesday, Sept. 14. The goal of the event was to connect business students with their peers, student leaders, and industry professionals that support the LHBS community. All business disciplines were represented, along with different school-sponsored organizations, such as […]

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University Hosts Academic Welcome for Class of 2026

Scores of newly-minted underclassmen came together to attend the University’s Academic Welcome address on Wednesday, Sept. 7. This event was one of several programs to welcome and debrief students on the resources available to help acclimate oneself to life at Monmouth. At the beginning of the program, Associate Provost, Susan Forquer Gupta, Ph.D., greeted the […]

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Leon Hess Business School Announces 2022 NJCBAA Honor Society Inductees

Monmouth’s Leon Hess Business School (LHBS) announces that four of its business undergraduates will be inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA) Honor Society on Friday, May 6. Those four students are Casey Blake, Nathan Heisey, Taylor Rupprecht, and Nancy McGrath— all of whom are graduating seniors. Admission into the NJCBAA Honor […]


Economics & Finance Club Visits Wall Street

Monmouth’s Economics and Finance Club visited Wall Street in New York City on Wednesday, April 6, where they toured the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and other historical sites, such as the Bull of Wall Street, Fraunces Tavern & Museum, the 9/11 Memorial, and Federal Reserve building. Faculty advisor for the club, Professor for the […]


IGU Hears Testimonies from Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivors

Monmouth University’s Institute for Global Understanding (IGU) co-hosted an online forum in collaboration with Peace Boat and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) on Tuesday, April 5. The forum highlighted the moving testimonies of atomic bomb survivors from Hiroshima, Japan. Peace Boat is a Japan-based international, non-governmental organization (NGO) that works to promote […]