For the first time in 34 years, vinyl records outsold CDs. Outsold isn’t the proper word, though. A more fitting term should be “destroyed.”
Author: RAY ROMANSKI
CLUB & GREEK EDITOR,
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Alicia Keys Returns with Her Best Record Yet
Alicia. She’s a musician so renowned, you know her by first name alone.
The Center for the Arts is going Virtual!
With the COVID-19 pandemic, entertainment has been radically changed. In-person concerts have rarely been held, movie theaters are just reopening after months of being shuttered, and movies and television shows cannot shoot with a full cast.
Wrestlers Want to Wrestle, and They Will!
The referee’s whistle blows, and the match is underway. Two men, staring with intensity, vying to take the other down to the ground. Or, that’s what would happen, but Monmouth currently doesn’t have a Wrestling Team.
Students Protest Divisive Dramatization
A group of social work students peacefully protested the screening of an anti-abortion film organized by the Campus Catholic Ministry (CCM) in the Wilson Hall Auditorium, on Monday, Feb. 17.
Multicultural Greek Council adds New Organizations
The Multicultural Greek Council (MCGC) is the governing council over the culturally-based fraternities and sororities here on campus. There were three sororities and two fraternities, but the University has recently added a couple of new Multicultural Greek Organizations on campus.
Monmouth Students Attend APAP Conference
Three Monmouth students had the opportunity to represent the university at the annual Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) Conference in New York City from Jan. 9-14.