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Do We Feel Safe on Monmouth’s Campus?

Campus safety is a growing issue at Monmouth as students’ concerns heighten surrounding recent developments concerning the security of female community members. According to the University’s Clery Act report released Oct. 1, domestic violence on-campus has increased since 2019. As a result, The Outlook’s editors have come together to discuss this new reality, as well […]


Do Final Exams Benefit Students?

As the 2021-2022 academic year comes to an end, The Outlook editors sat down to reflect on their semester and to discuss their perspectives on the ever-daunting season of finals. “I think finals are an odd concept. While I understand the need for students to showcase proficiency in a topic, expecting them to do so […]


The Impact of Inflation on College Students

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 8.5 percent for the year ended in March, according to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics released on Tuesday, April 12. The Bureau of Labor Statistics defines the CPI as “a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a […]


The Permanence of Social Media

Elon Musk recently became Twitter’s biggest shareholder, owning almost 10 percent of the company’s shares, and also serves as a board member for the popular social media platform. Musk launched a Twitter poll asking users if they want an edit button on Monday April 4, addressing the seemingly endless requests for this feature and further […]


The Value of Student Journalism

Journalism is an important tool for informing the public about important issues. There are national publications that cover larger news, but campus news is equally as important for the Monmouth University community. The Outlook relies heavily on commentary from students and faculty at the University in order to publish well-rounded content that tells a complete […]


Safety and Security at Monmouth

There has been a notable increase in safety and security concerns at Monmouth University over the past few weeks, leading many students to question how secure the campus truly is. On Feb. 24, an incident occurred in the ladies’ restroom on the second floor of Pozycki Hall in which a suspicious male was caught looking […]


Masks or No Masks?

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced in February that the statewide in-school mask mandate would be lifted on March 7. In accordance with this update, President Leahy issued a statement to the Monmouth University community on March 3 announcing that the University’s indoor mask requirement would be lifted throughout all areas of campus, except in […]


Goodbye Cable, Hello Streaming

Streaming platforms have become an overwhelmingly popular option for consumers to easily access their favorite movies and TV shows at their own convenience, allowing them to watch whatever they want, whenever and wherever they want. It’s easier than ever to pull Netflix up on your laptop or open the Hulu app on your cell phone […]