The year is 2008. You pop Taylor Swift’s Fearless into your CD player, and you hear the snare drum that commences the album’s titular song.
It’s holiday season, so that means it’s shopping season. How does one find the perfect gift for someone without overspending? This is crucial, especially for those broke college students living off the old mac and cheese packets they have stored in their dorms. Monmouth University’s Associate Accounting Professor, Linda J. Flaming, said that “Set a realistic budget for gifts, but allow some flexibility (over AND under) so that you can assure your recipient will enjoy your gift.” To help the cause, here are 20 gift ideas that are perfect for anyone, and are $50 and less!
With Taylor Swift winning the Artist of the Decade award at the American Music Awards on Nov. 24, it is safe to say that she has graced us with five brilliant albums in the past ten years. From Speak Now in 2010 to Lover in 2019, Swift has absolutely slayed the decade.
Ryan Andersen, a senior music industry student, has many titles to his name; musician, songwriter, and, now, playwright.
At some point in our lives, we had imaginary friends. When times got rough where you couldn’t have that happy meal for dinner or weren’t allowed to go over Kevin’s because your room still needed to be spruced up, your imaginary friend was always there. Yeah, you looked crazy talking to a wall in your room by yourself, but they would always listen.
After his first solo album in 2016, Chris Farren released his sophomore album, Born Hot, earlier this month.
Strap on your cowboy boots, throw on your ten gallon hat, and ride your horse over to Bruce Springsteen’s barn for a full orchestra performance of his latest album Western Stars… in New Jersey.
Amanda Stojanov, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Digital Media, gave an Artist Talk at Edison Hall on Monday, Nov. 4. Stojanov spoke on her past works since she graduated from Monmouth in 2014.
Baseball suffered from a difficult test on the road this past week, losing at Columbia on Wednesday before dropping two of three to Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) opponents Fairfield over the weekend in Connecticut.
What would you do if your life was on the line? Would you know how to defend yourself? Most people think that they do not have to worry about questions like these. They think that it can’t possibly happen to them.