Headlines You May Have Missed This Week

In China, Protests Over Zero Covid and Political Freedoms Over the weekend, protests began in China over the country’s Zero Covid Policy. The Zero Covid Policy is the strategy adopted by the Communist Party of China in its efforts to contain COVID-19. The strategy includes large scale lockdowns, mass testing, surveillance, among other factors. With […]


Missile Strikes Poland

DEVELOPING: A Russian-produced missile struck the Polish village of Przewodow, 15 miles from Ukraine’s border, killing two people working on a farm, according to a statement by the Polish Foreign Ministry. According to AP, a senior U.S. intelligence official stated that Russian missiles crossed into Poland. Speaking to CNN, a Polish official said that nothing […]

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Model UN Competes in Boston

From Oct. 6-9, Monmouth University’s Model United Nations (MUN) team competed in the Boston Regional Conference, referred to as BarMun. The conference took place in Boston’s Park Plaza Hotel, and schools including Georgetown, the University of Chicago, American University, the Naval Academy, alongside others, competed at the conference. Monmouth University’s delegation consisted of ten people […]


What Makes A Good Pizza & Bagel?

What makes a slice of pizza good? You can ask anyone this question and get about a thousand answers. The crust, tomato, cheese, toppings, how long it’s cooked. In this state, it doesn’t just stop with pizza.There are bagels. Is it fluffy? Has it been toasted just right? Is there enough cream cheese or butter? […]


Special Victims Bureau Detective Speaks to Guardians Club

Monmouth University’s Guardians Club held an on-campus event, inviting Detective Kayla Santiago of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office (MCPO) to discuss aspects of her job on Wednesday, Sept. 28. She spoke about her work with the county SAFE SPACE Program and her time in the county’s Megan’s Law Unit. Angelina Esposito, senior criminal justice student […]


Headlines You May Have Missed This Week

Ukraine Gains Ground in Kherson Following the announcement by the Russian Federation that it will be annexing four Ukrainian Oblasts, Ukrainian forces in the southern half of the country have reportedly made significant progress in liberating the southern Kherson Oblast. Ukrainian forces have allegedly advanced dozens of kilometers along the Dnipro River, liberating numerous settlements […]