Graced with a Press Badge which allowed me to attend all four days without cost, I can finally report on how the comeback of Comic Con was since COVID. As soon as I was off the train, I was immediately met with people in costumes. It was easy to recognize who was headed to the […]
With only a few hours of sleep and catching the 5 a.m. bus to NYC, I could not have been more excited for my journey at New York’s Comic Con (NYCC). This was in 2019, and with Comic Con coming back in full play post-pandemic this Oct. 12-15, I can’t help but reminisce about my […]
“You have the right to remain silent” – these words are well-known by most and heard throughout varius crime shows. But where did these words actually come from? That’s the question George Kolber asked himself on March 20 during the early COVID days. In June 2021, Kolber found Patricia Weir, and the movie, Miranda’s Victim, […]
Miranda’s Victim will be aired in an advance screening this Saturday, Sept. 30, here at Pollak Theatre, with a panel discussion of the director, cast members, and special guests afterwards. The film is close to the campus’ heart being that much of the University’s Great Hall was utilized to represent an Arizona Trial Courthouse and […]
Healthcare professionals, as well as Monmouth University students and professors, analyzed the differences between healthcare in the United States compared to other countries. Many college students feel led astray when it comes to health insurance in America. Estellsy Acuahuitl, a sophomore biology student with a concentration in molecular cell physiology, said, “All over social media […]
Increased education on health insurance can allow college students entering the professional world to understand the health benefits offered by hiring businesses, and to make practical decisions in choosing a plan from the marketplace. “The most important thing to explain to young people is how important it is to have health coverage. They need to […]
Medical students, nursing students, and pre-med students are not receiving adequate education on health insurance, leaving them ill-equipped to navigate the complex system, according to experts in the medical field. As per the World Health Organization (WHO), “Weak health literacy skills are associated with riskier behavior, poorer health, less self-management and more hospitalization and costs. […]
The majority of college students are unaware of their health insurance plan, mostly due to two factors: the negligence of teaching the subject in most curricula, and because most students under 26 fall under their parents’ health insurance plans as per the Affordable Care Act. “Most incoming college students have little knowledge of health insurance. […]
More than 3 million acres of protected habitat of the northern spotted owl in the Pacific Northwest was removed by the Trump Administration and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) on Jan. 13.
Monmouth University health officials have encouraged students and faculty to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as it becomes available in order to return to normal campus life.