It’s ironic that the slogan of September 11 is “Never Forget,” but the emergency workers who helped with the recovery on that disastrous day 10 years ago were denied entry to the 9/11 National Memorial on the tenth anniversary this year.
Edison Science Hall Renovations Almost Complete: While 800 Building Gets Demolished
Nine months and $3.5 million dollars later, the renovations of Edison Science Hall is almost complete.
A week prior to Hurricane Irene, a heavy rainstorm flooded Howard Hall’s first floor with at least 10 inches of water.
The University completed the renovation of the commuter parking lot just in time for the fall semester classes.
Dear Students and Monmouth Colleagues:
To our new freshmen, “Welcome!” and to our upperclassmen, “Wel-come Back!” We’re excited to have you bring your life and vitality to campus as you pursue your academic and research goals. Facili-ties Management is here to help. Our staff maintains and operates the physical, environmental and mechanical facilities of our campus so that you can focus on your studies.
The University lost a rare, precious and irreplaceable gem during the summer. Rebecca Dermanjian, a first-year student in the Honors school, died in a car accident on June 16.
Class of 2011 Celebrated with Former Astronaut as Commencement Speaker
The University celebrated its 78th commencement this past spring on Wednesday, May 18 at 1:30pm at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. Despite poor weather, the ceremony was held with the Honorable Charles F. Bolden Jr. addressing the 2011 graduating class.
The Public Relations Student Society of America has finally gotten their own office on the upper floor of the Plangere Center. The snug corner at the far end of the hall that once contained leather couches for the weary and computers for the busy, now houses a grand glass window with a view into the simple work space of the University’s student public relations charter.