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MU Comments on MSU Shooting

A gunman shot eight Michigan State University (MSU) students, killing three and critically wounding five others, on Monday, Feb. 13. The students killed were Alexandria Verner, Brian Fraser, and Arielle Anderson. All victims were transported to Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. As reported by NPR.org, the gunman, Anthony McRae, 43, stormed Michigan State University’s Berkey […]

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LHBS’s MBA Program Listed in the Princeton Review

As reported by The Princeton Review, the University’s Leon Hess Business School (LHBS) is home to one of the leading Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) programs in the nation. According to Raj Devasagayam, Ph.D., the honor exemplifies the effort of the faculty, “The Leon Hess Business School Faculty are the very foundation of the excellence […]

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Phil Murphy Announces New Climate Plans for NJ

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy delivered a climate change address at Rutgers University in New Brunswick on Wednesday, Feb. 15, outlining various climate adaptation and mitigation efforts to aid the state’s aggressive fight against climate change. “This is an administration that has taken the view that it is more important to do things that will […]

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Black Alumni Share Career Journeys During Black History Month Panel

In honor of Black History Month, the Intercultural Center, Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving and Career Development hosted an alumni panel, titled, “Persistence and Authenticity: Black Alumni Share Their Career Journeys” on Wednesday, Feb. 15 in the Great Hall. Madison Latimer, a sophomore political science and sociology student, was the moderator of the event. The […]

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Women’s Lacrosse Has Learning Experience After Tough Losses

The Monmouth University women’s lacrosse team played their second and third games of the season this past week, facing Rutgers and Navy in tough losses for the Hawks. The Hawks first faced nationally-ranked Rutgers at home on Wednesday, Feb. 15 in what was expected to be a difficult matchup against the top-10 in-state rival. Monmouth […]

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MU Professors & Students Discuss Artificial Intelligence

Educational institutions across the world are bracing themselves for the widespread dissemination of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. Monmouth professors and students weighed in on the topic, discussing their thoughts on technology that may change how educators teach and assess students’ writing in the future. Stanley Blair, Ph.D., Associate Professor for the Department of English, began, […]

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Record Breaking Number of Auditions for BHR’s 22nd Compilation Album

Monmouth’s student-run record label Blue Hawk Records (BHR) held auditions and accepted song submissions for its 22nd Compilation Album on Wednesday, Feb. 1. at Woods Theatre. According to Joe Rapolla, Chair and Specialist Professor for the Department of Music and Theatre Arts, there were a record-breaking number of auditions for this semester’s To-Be-Named compilation, which […]