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CSSE and IEEE Host First HawkHack Since COVID-19 Breakout

Monmouth University’s Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE) Department and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) club co-hosted their annual HawkHack, also referred to as the High School Programming Competition, on Friday, Feb. 24. In preparation for the competition, CSSE and IEEE reached out to local high schools that offer AP Computer Science courses […]


Where’s the Beef?

In recent years, vegetarian food is all the rage. Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, founded in 2009 and 2011 respectively, have launched over a dozen plant-based “meatless” foods, including burgers, steak, chicken, pork, sausages, and jerky. Both companies have even partnered with restaurants, leading to the creation of vegan meals at fast food chains like […]


Out With the Old, In With Zoom

It’s easy to forget that when the COVID-19 pandemic started in 2020, classes were initially moved online for only two weeks. After over two years, it is safe to say that the day-to-day ramifications of the pandemic are largely resolved as Monmouth University’s classes, clubs, and student activities are back in full swing, maskless, and […]

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The Voting Age

Aside from the highly anticipated presidential election, one of the most interesting issues voted on in the 2020 election was San Francisco’s proposition to lower the voting age in local elections to 16. This idea is gaining momentum around the world in order to bolster voter turnout. A slim majority of 51 percent of voters in San Francisco agreed with this proposition, but it did not get enough votes to be passed.