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Club & Greek

Volume 87 (Fall 2015 - Spring 2016)

SAB Entertains Campus by Hosting Welcome Week

The Student Activities Board (SAB) on the Monmouth University campus is always ready to plan new events to make every year better than the previous. One of SAB’s main focuses as an organization is Welcome Week during the first week of school to get all freshman acclimated to the campus and ensure there is always something for the students to participate in.

According to Megan McGowan, the Associate Director of Student Activities and Student Center Operations, the point of Welcome Week is “to help students transition to campus, especially for first years, it gives them the chance to kind of see a sampling of things that they can look forward to on campus throughout the year and also helps transition issues that students may come across.” 

Welcome Week began on Sept. 8 with a screening of the movie “Inside Out” on the Residential Quad. Screening a movie on the quad encourages students to come out of their dorms and relax with fellow hawks while watching a movie all together. 

The next event that was held for Welcome week was on Sept. 10, where Bryce Vine held a concert in Anacon Hall. Bryce Vine has a different kind of style, which is a combination of rap and indie. The crowd thoroughly enjoyed the songs he sang, especially his hit songs “Sour Patch Kids,” “Take Me Home,” and “Guilty Pleasure.” 

Sept. 11 was all hands on deck for the Student Activities Executive Board, being that there were two events the club was required to attend. The first was the Involvement Fair, where all clubs and organizations on Monmouth’s campus join together on the Library Lawn to show who and what they’re all about. Immediately following this was “Cirque Du MU” which turned the quad into a circus with candy, games, live animals, and more!

“The Student Activities Board has once again showed Monmouth students how to have a great time and make fun memories from the moment we stepped on this campus,” said Melissa Naranjo, a sophomore nursing major. 

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Club and Greek Announcements 9/16/15

Alpha Sigma Tau and Sigma Pi

Alpha Sigma Tau and Sigma Pi will be hosting a Suicide Awareness Vigil on Sunday Sept. 20 at 11:00am. The sorority and fraternity will be distributing balloons to each individual in attendance to honor someone suffering from mental illness, which will be released. Speakers will also be present, and breakfast will be provided. Contact Alyssa Tritschler at if necessary.

5678 Dance Club

Do you like to dance? Join 5678 Dance Club! There is no prior experience needed. For the date of the first meeting or if you have any questions contact Skyler Schack at


Interested in public relations? PRSSA meets every Wednesday at 3:00pm in JP235.

The Outlook

The Outlook is looking for students interested in writing for the student-run newspaper. Sections include News, Opinion, Politics, Lifestyles, Features, Entertainment, Club & Greek, and Sports. No prior experience is necessary. The Outlook fulfills practicum requirements for communication majors, however, being a communication major is not required to write for The Outlook

Blue Hawk Records

Blue Hawk Records will hold its first meeting Wednesday Sept. 23 at 3:15pm in Woods Theatre Room 4 for all interested students. Blue Hawk Records is a student-run organization which recrods and markets music. For more information please email club President, Samantha Bastone at, or club Vice President Nick Timoniere at

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Contact Information

The Outlook
Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center for Communication
and Instructional Technology (CCIT)
Room 260, 2nd floor

The Outlook
Monmouth University
400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Phone: (732) 571-3481 | Fax: (732) 263-5151