Now that there are more people on campus and several restrictions have been lifted since last year, there are more opportunities for students to go out, meet new people, and make friends. However, making friends is easier said than done—especially for incoming first-year students who are experiencing college for the first time, or for those […]
Being a student is hard enough, but can you imagine running a business at the same time? That is exactly what senior Breasia Love has been doing for the past two years, and is currently studying business administration with a double concentration in marketing and management. Bre Moné’s Beauty Collection was developed in order to […]
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 […]
Now that the semester has begun, many students are anxious to get out and explore the West Long Branch area. However, sometimes things can get a little expensive, and as college students, it may be necessary to save as much money as possible. Being a student pays off tremendously, as many locations offer discounts to […]
In the wake of COVID-19, the nation’s restaurant industry took a severe hit. In an effort to bring awareness to small restaurants and aid them in their struggles, a movement began encouraging community members to support local small businesses.
Brett Pezza is a junior studying graphic design at Monmouth University. His passion for photography started with a special gift from someone special in his life.
How far would you push yourself to be the best? Running is a gritty sport that requires determination, focus, and extensive repetitive training. Only those with a strong mentality tend to thrive in this sport, but when does the desire to succeed become obsessive? The intensity that comes with becoming one of the best runners can be stressful, and has a tolling effect on the mental health of individuals in this sport.
When I was seven years old, I had my lifelong dream figured out: I wanted to be a writer. I can proudly say that dream has come true.
After serving as the faculty advisor for 33 years, overseeing 800 issues and over 12,800 pages of the newspaper, John Morano, Professor of Journalism, has decided to step down as faculty advisor for the student-run University newspaper, The Outlook.