Image: Kevin Mazur / Getty In October 2019, super-celebrity and contemporarily born-again Christian Kanye West dropped his ninth solo album, the strictly gospel Jesus Is King. Coming off a fully public spiritual awakening, West had enlisted the help of his Sunday Service Choir to produce his interpretation of the gospel. While fans weren’t entirely surprised […]
The Monmouth University School of Humanities and Social Sciences held a panel discussion on the wrongful convictions of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter and John Artis on Friday, Sept. 17. The event took place over Zoom and featured panelists John Artis, H. Lee Sarokin, Lesra Martin, Vanessa Potkin, and moderator Raymond M. Brown. “All institutions of higher […]
Behind strong offensive performances from juniors Griffin Tomas and Julian Gomez, and yet another shutout for redshirt senior Sean Murray, the Monmouth University men’s soccer team bested Delaware in Tuesday night’s contest, 4-0. Tomas ignited the Hawks offense in the 37th minute, scoring off an assist from graduate student Jonas Lindner. The assist to Tomas […]
The men and women’s cross-country teams opened their season at the Murray H. Goodman Campus at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on Friday, Sep. 3. This season will be the first fall cross country season since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “It was exciting to get the opportunity to compete today after all the […]
Scottish group Chvrches have been at the forefront of synthpop since their formation in Glasgow in the early 2010s, with each release since 2013’s The Bones of What You Believe sonically encapsulating diverse eras, themes, and subgenres in electronic music. Now, in 2021, just as I’ve grown more mature since that time, I realize that […]
A category four storm, known as Hurricane Ida, ravaged the east and southeastern part of the United States from August 26th to September 1st, including a few inches of rain in the Monmouth area. William Siemer, Executive Director for Campus Planning and Facilities Management, said that Hurricane Ida did not impact the campus community as […]
On April 22, Earth Day is celebrated around the globe as a way to honor Mother Earth, and to show support for environmental protection. The holiday was first held in the 1970s, and has since become an annual commemoration celebrated by nearly 1 billion people in over 90 countries.
On April 18, the Monmouth University Men’s Tennis team defeated Fairfield 5-2 for their sixth straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Regular Season title after their defeat over Siena for their ninth straight win on April 17.
Eighteen is a consequential age; it marks the border between youth and adulthood, between adolescent angst and alleged independence. Blue Hawk Records, the student-run record label at Monmouth University, wanted to capture that transitory stage and spirit in the mood and music of its 18th compilation EP, aptly titled Eighteen.
President Patrick F. Leahy Ed.D., and Communication faculty member Matt Harmon discussed commencement plans on their weekly “Monmouth Mondays” podcast on Friday, Apr. 9.