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Administration Makes Academic Calendar Changes Without Faculty Input

The academic calendar will change starting in spring of 2024, with a start date of Tuesday, Jan. 30 and end date of Monday, May 6, according to the University’s WebAdvisor. These changes were made by the University’s administration without notice or collaboration from the Faculty Council or the Faculty Association of Monmouth University (FAMCO). The […]

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Florida’s House Bill 999 Sparks DiscussionAmong MU Community Members

Florida’s House Bill 999, introduced on Feb. 21 by Republican Representative Alex Andrade, aims to ban funding for diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at Florida institutions and remove any major or minor relating to Critical Race Theory, Gender Studies, and Intersectionality, as Forbes reported. According to NBC News, many students at Florida public universities have […]

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Professor and Student Travel to India for Conference

Rekha Datta, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science and Freed Endowed Chair in Social Sciences, and Lenien Jamir, junior international student-athlete studying political science and sociology, co-authored a paper and presented their research at the Interdisciplinary International Conference held at Adamas University in Kolkata India, from Jan. 2 to 3. Their paper, “Confluence and Anomaly of […]

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The Outlook Attends ACP Spring National Media Conference

Members of The Outlook editorial staff traveled to San Francisco, California to attend the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) Spring National College Media Conference from Thursday, March 9 through Saturday, March 11. With 118 colleges and over 750 students in attendance, the three day conference featured a schedule full of workshops, breakout sessions, and panel discussions. […]

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T&F Teams Cruise to Strong CAA Indoor Championship Finish

The Monmouth University track and field programs traveled down to Virginia Beach, Virginia, where they took on their new conference rivals at the inaugural Colonial Athletic Association Indoor Track and Field Championships. With an impressive season to his name, Dalton Yeust continued to steal the show during the men’s pole vault championship. The redshirt sophomore […]