Editorial

Should SGA Control Clubs’ Budgets?

Since we are halfway through the spring semester, talks of the Student Government Association’s (SGA) budget carousel is starting to circulate around clubs on campus. Well known for their week of homecoming activities and the end of the spring semester celebration, Springfest, SGA has control over clubs and other organizations. A controversial aspect of SGA […]

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Editors’ Takes on Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department”

With her recent award-winning albums, record-breaking tour, and headline-defining relationship with star tight end Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift has become more popular than ever over the past couple of years. Her tour alone contributed $5.7 billion to boost America’s economy according to “The Washington Post,” and “Time Magazine” notes that her latest album “Midnights” was […]

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Pickup Lines: In or Out?

Happy Valentine’s Day, Hawks! Did you fall from heaven? Because you’re the only ten I see… or however it goes. In honor of this very special holiday, the editors thought it was fitting to discuss one of the top issues that plague the college dating world: pickup lines. Pickup lines are prepared remarks—usually considered “witty,” […]

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Stanley Cups: Worth the Hype?

The Stanley Cup is growing more and more popular with each passing day. Take Monmouth for instance; you can’t walk around campus without seeing several Stanleys adorning students’ backpacks or held stylishly in people’s hands. The bottle is so highly coveted that it was even given away to a Monmouth student during the men’s basketball […]

Editorial

Post-Graduation Worries and Concerns

Thinking of future and life after one gets their degree can be overwhelming, especially as a college student. The editors of “The Outlook” have come together to discuss this nerve-wracking issue, how they feel about their future, and what they plan to do after attending Monmouth University. One editor explained that they were very concerned […]

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Are Politicians Too Old?

As another major election cycle begins to ramp up, many Americans have partisan issues on their minds. From abortion rights to economic inflation, voters are once again beginning to take an inventory on their political stances and partisan leanings in order to elect a new president. However, a major issue has presented itself on both […]