If anything has defined my time here at Monmouth, it’s The Outlook. For the past four years, this newspaper has been my family. I started writing for this paper the first week of my freshman year and just never stopped, and now I find myself writing half a dozen stories per week. However, without some of the amazing people here, I would have never lasted this long. Being a part of this newspaper really did change my life, and I’m so thankful to anyone who ever stepped foot in the newsroom for the part they played in that.
SENIOR/ NEWS EDITOR,
HEAD COPY EDITOR,
University Alumnus and Current Student from Local Band Open for Jon Bon Jovi
A band whose members included a current University student Zachary Sandler and University alumnus Jonathan Chang-Soon opened for Jon Bon Jovi at the Prudential Center leg of his “This House is Not for Sale” tour on Sunday, April 8.
The speakers at this year’s graduate and undergraduate commencements have been announced.
Strict Requirements; Lack of Winter Commencement Lead to Graduation Troubles
Some University students are questioning a policy that keeps students from walking at spring commencement if they are registered to finish their degree during the summer.
Students Who Abused Meal Swipes Face Punishments Under the University Code of Conduct
At least 24 students have been found fraudulently using meal plans, leading to disciplinary action against those involved.
An improperly installed copper pipe burst in the recently-renovated Thomas A. Edison Hall at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 11, allowing water to flow from the third floor to the first floor, according to Patti Swannack, the Vice President for Administrative Services. “The only area that suffered damage and was unusable was the atrium,” said […]
CJBC Software Update Was Delayed Due to Potential Merger
More than two years after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) guidelines were changed to become more welcoming towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) donors, particularly gay men, the Central Jersey Blood Center (CJBC) has not updated their systems to allow for such donations, leading to the denial of a Monmouth University student during their on-campus blood drive on April 2.
Students Learn About Forming Social Justice Movements on Campus
Monmouth University students met with other students at Rutgers University to form a state-wide social change group called The College and University Social Justice Coalition.
According to the American Psychological Association (APA), more than 90 percent of people in Western cultures marry by age 50; however, between 40 and 50 percent of those married couples will divorce.
Students and Faculty Participate in Marches in Washington, D.C., New York City, and New Jersey
Dozens of University students and several faculty members participated in March for Our Lives protests on March 24.