Ninety-six student organizations set up camp on the turf of Hess field on Friday, September 10 for the University’s annual Involvement Fair. Hosted by the Office of Student Activities, the fair is held during Welcome Week as a way to network with both new and returning students and to encourage them to become active members […]
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Yarleny Mejia was named ‘President of the Year’ by the Monmouth University Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Office of Student Activities on April 21, 2021. Each year these offices collaborate on and announce an application process for student organizations to apply for awards. Once the application process closes, both departments discuss the […]
Monmouth University’s Tau Chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated sponsored a “Curly Beauty” program on Monday, March 22. The sisters of the University’s Tau chapter partnered with other New Jersey chapters from Kean, Rutgers, and Seton Hall University to deliver the virtual beauty event.
On Thursday, March 18, the sisters of Chi Upsilon Sigma’s Gamma Beta Chapter hosted a virtual event called “Disparities in Health Care Amongst Different Cultures.” The informative event sought to educate those in attendance about the many ways in which different cultures treat illness and variations in access to health care.
Allianna Makowski is an English student with a passion for True Crime. A recent transfer from Middlesex County College, she has recently created a True Crime Interest Group open to all Monmouth University students.
February is Black History Month, and is celebrated annually to honor the African Americans who have experienced years of adversity. However, this year brings about a greater importance to the celebration, after the inauguration of the first female Vice President, Kamala Harris, who is of African American descent, as well as the rise of empowerment movements such as Black Lives Matter.
One of the most highly anticipated events each year at Monmouth University is Panhellenic Recruitment. This event takes course over three days at the beginning of the spring semester, and attracts undergraduate women who are interested in joining a sorority. However, like most things this year, this event will now be hosted virtually from Feb. 19-22 via Zoom.
The Social Work Society and School of Social Work will host their 15th Annual Teach-in via Zoom on Nov. 7. Co-sponsored by the Institute for Global Understanding, the teach-in’s theme is “Quarantine Confessions: How it took a global pandemic to shed light on some of the most pressing societal issues in the United States.”
Get your sneakers laced up! From Nov. 15-20, Monmouth University’s Shadow PR firm will be hosting a Virtual 5K to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
On Thursday, Oct. 22, Monmouth University’s CommWorks held a virtual open mic night. In this touching, two hour event, members of both the club and the greater campus community performed works of music, poetry, and even standup comedy.