SGA’s Hitch-a-Ride Service

Student Government Association’s Hitch-a-Ride service was a success during syllabus week this semester. Many students enjoyed riding on golf carts to get to their classes, explore the campus, and help break the ice with new students at Monmouth to encourage them to get involved and talk to people. Alexa Kopczynksi, a senior math and elementary […]

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Expansion of Mental Health Support

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, Monmouth students received an email on behalf of Shannon Killeen, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, about the expansion of mental health support services available to the student body as a result of partnering with UWill, a virtual mental health and wellness platform available 24/7. This new partnership enhances Monmouth’s […]


Donna Dolphin to Retire After 36 Years

After 36 years at Monmouth University, Donna Dolphin, Associate Professor for the Department of Communication and founding advisor of HawkTV, is retiring. Dolphin was hired into a brand-new faculty position with the task to create a curriculum in media studies and TV production. “That didn’t exist at Monmouth. Over the years I created courses, helped […]


Communication Department Hosts Career Event

The Department of Communication held a career and networking event at the Ocean First Bank Center on Wednesday, April 5. The event featured six Monmouth alumni panelists who discussed their jobs, tips for students, and knowing your worth in a career setting. Panelists included Larissa Cardoza, Program Director at Integrity Continuing Education; Shimriya Richard, Senior […]


How I Dealt With Bullies

Imagine this – you walk into your elementary school classroom sporting the coolest outfit you could pull together. As you settle into your seat, you are confident that the clothing pieces you chose not only best represent your interests and likings but will also serve as a conversation starter. To your dismay, however, your classmates […]


The Age of Misinformation

Misinformation is a plague running rampant on the internet, especially social media. Though it can seem as though it’s everywhere, there are ways to avoid it and make sure that your sources are trustworthy. There are many reasons why many people, myself included, believe that social media is to blame for the constant flow of […]


How Homework Can Ruin Spring Break

They say spring break is a great time to rest, spend quality time with family, and not worry about attending class for a whole week. Then again, please remember to answer the discussion post by Friday and turn in that paper by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. I hope all Monmouth students remembered to complete their […]


Piracy: A Complex Problem

Pirating is using music, books, shows, movies, and video games for free rather than paying for the product or service. Now, I would be lying if I said I have not previously pirated media in the past and continue to do so to this day, especially concerning textbooks that would typically cost hundreds of dollars […]