Where to Eat Locally

Sometimes, the food on campus just doesn’t cut it. When you want to take a break from your studies and switch things up from the food court and dining hall, there are plenty of different restaurants with unique menus near Monmouth. Bubbakoo’s Burritos is a fast-growing chain and a New Jersey staple. With a plethora […]


Springtime is Here!

It’s officially springtime! This is the season of fresh beginnings, and it’s a fantastic opportunity to tap into that energy to shift your mentality away from the drab winter blues. Instead, focus on the revitalizing energy of spring. The joys of spring provide a plethora of opportunities to get outside and enjoy the awakening of […]


Tips To Shake The Blues

Throughout the strain of the semester, it may be hard to put ourselves first. During such a stressful time we may get caught up in worry, become too busy with schoolwork, or feel down throughout the day. However, mental health is extremely important. It includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we […]

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Monmouth Partners with College Recruiting Platform Handshake

Monmouth University has teamed up with Handshake, a new career management platform, to assist students in discovering new career pathways and securing exceptional jobs and internships. Handshake is now the most popular job-search platform for college students and is used by over 400,000 employers to attract current college students and recent graduates for almost any […]


Super Bowl Traditions

Every February, millions of Americans assemble in front of their televisions to watch the Super Bowl, the National Football League’s championship game. After the first game with the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs in 1967, it became known as the Super Bowl. Throughout the years, as American life has progressed alongside the […]

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Winter Wardrobe Woes

Having a warm, snuggly, wardrobe for winter is important, especially when the days are long and cold. As children, snow days may have been associated with staying home from school and making snowmen and snow angels in the fluffy, fresh-fallen snow. Now, college students must plan for the icy walk to class and, if they […]