Carly Long proudly walked across the PNC stage last May to accept her diploma from the University. Shortly after graduating, she moved to Arlington, VA to take a position at Sibley Memorial Hospital of Johns Hopkins Medicine. All this sounds like a typical path for a recent college graduate, however, Long has used all her spare time to run her own business.
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The college basketball season may be young, however Monmouth University has a lot to celebrate. With recent wins over the No. 17 Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the University of Southern California Trojans at the Advocare Invitational basketball tournament over Thanksgiving, the team has gained the nation’s attention. However, the team’s most noise has been coming from their own bench rather than their fan base.
The Monmouth Area Vegetarian Society (MAVS) hosted their first speaker and vegan potluck of the semester on Sunday, Feb. 16 in the Magill Commons Dining Club.
Over 50 people filed into the Magill Commons Club Dining Room to attend Monmouth Area Vegetarian Society’s (MAVS) first annual Thanksgiving Potluck Celebration and hear their second guest speaker of the year, Mike Stura, on Sunday Nov. 17 at 1 pm.
The Monmouth Area Vegetarian Society (MAVS) hosted a free fall-inspired vegan potluck with featured speaker, Alex Mazzucca, co-owner of From Seed to Sprout, in the Magill Commons Club Dining Room on Sunday, Oct. 20 from 1 – 3 pm.
While most students were leaving their dorms and houses to head home for fall break, 10 students from the Outdoors Club were embarking on adventure they would never forget.
It is very rare when someone’s childhood dreams reflect their 21-year-old dreams, but Monmouth University’s men’s soccer goalkeeper, Eric Klenofsky, falls under this category.
WMCX, the student-run radio station, participated in College Radio Day on Friday, Oct. 2. The nationwide event incorporates live music and interviews for 12 straight hours to celebrate the essence of radio.
Monmouth University has seen their fair share of athletes enter the professional sports realm. One of the most recent being former MU Hawks guard, Max DiLeo.
There are countless movies based on true stories and baseball movies are no exception. Some of the more notable films that follow this trend are Eight Men Out, which is based on the 1919 White Sox, and A League of Their Own, which is based on the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.