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Club & Greek

All Lifestyles Included

default article imageAs we begin another fun-filled, productive year at Monmouth University, ALI would like to welcome back all new and returning students, faculty, and staff!

With the goals of both catering to the LGBT and supporting population on campus, as well as promoting awareness of LGBT issues, ALI hopes to foster a sense of community and understanding on campus, for both those facing issues associated with LGBT life and those who wish to better understand it.

With our successful events last year such as the Holiday Mixer and the Drag Ball, the possibilities for this coming school year are endless, and we hope to make this one of the most successful years yet!

Look out for our email regarding club meeting times and location! All are welcome!

Alpha Sigma Tau

default article imageThe spring semester of 2011 was filled with excitement for the ladies of Alpha Sigma Tau. We initiated thirteen lovely ladies into our sisterhood including Staci Burt, Kristina Capriotti, Juliana DePazza, Nicolette DiMucci, Ayla Gudelsky, Susan Imperiale, Lauren Jackson, Amanda Kops, Angela Lucas, Jessica Mazza, Melissa Scharinger, Carly Smith, and Jessica Sponaugle.

Along with the addition of our new sisters, we participated in many different events. In February, we held our annual Love Struck, during which we raised money towards our philanthropy.

In March, we held our annual Lady’s Day Luncheon which is a tribute to the special women in our lives. We participated in the Greek Week games held by the university in April as well as Relay for Life where we raised over $3000. Finally, in May we attended the spring commencement ceremony to bid farewell to our graduating seniors.

Alpha Sigma Tau has some wonderful events planned for the upcoming fall semester including our annual Suicide Awareness Week in mid-September and other periodic fundraisers to raise money for our philanthropies. On October 1st, we will be participating in a walk for breast cancer hosted by Valley National Bank in Wayne, NJ. 

We also have a Greek powderpuff football game in works that will take place in mid-October. Actual dates and times for these events and more will be announced in later articles.

We anticipate an enjoyable semester and hope to see some friendly faces at some of the events on campus.  

The Rocky Road to Mt. Tremblant

Snowriders Battle to Keep Costs of Trip Low


Rocky road Mt TremblantThe Snowriders have been working hard to keep costs down for the Mt. Tremblant trip this year so that it stays affordable for students.

Each winter break, the Snowriders host one of the biggest and most popular trips held at the University which is the Mt Tremblant, Canada trip.

Last year, the Snowriders took two buses up to the great white north with 102 people. This was the greatest number of people that has ever attended the trip. Thirty people actually had to be turned away.

The original cost per student was $539. The club was able to cover $140 per student, bringing the price down to $399 per person. A week in Canada usually costs much more than that.

Angela Rosa, president of the Snowriders, said, “Unfortunately, the cost is going to be more this year. Because we gave such a big discount to students last year, we weren’t able to save as much for this year’s trip.”

Rosa was unable to give an exact price for this year’s trip. This year’s trip will be directly affected by how much money the Snowriders are able to raise.

The Snowriders will be showing a movie on campus to help raise money for their trip on September 30.

The movie is called The Art of Flight, filmed by Redbull. This movie is one of the biggest movies Redbull has ever made, featuring snowboarding professionals such as Travis Rice, Nicolas Muller, Pat Moore and a few other big names. The Snowriders will be releasing more information on this soon. Tickets are going to be $5.

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Club and Greek Announcements 09/14/11

default article imageThe International Reading Association

The International Reading Association will have meetings October 5 and November 2 at 7:30 pm in McAllan Hall room 120.


Student Alumni Association

The Student Alumni Association will have their September meeting on Tuesday,

9/20 at 7:30 pm in the Alumni House (adjacent to Lot 25).  All students are welcome.  Food & refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by emailing saa@ monmouth.edu.


Lambda Theta Alpha

Lambda Theta Alpha is having a anti-hazing workshop with Monmouth University Police Department and Tyler Havens on September 21 called “Fighting Hazing with the Ladies of LTA.” It will start at 8:00 pm in Wilson Hall auditorium.


Hawk TV

Hawk TV is Monmouth University’s student-run, 24hour television station that airs original programming and movies on campus on channel 12.

Hawk TV is a great organization to join if you wish to expand your knowledge in the field of broadcast television.

From the beginning, everyone has the opportunity to get hands on experience with the state-of-the-art facilities of the Jules L. Plangere Center. 

Whether you enjoy being talent, on the crew, or a writer, Hawk TV will fit your needs! So, see what we’re all about and stop by the office located on the first floor of the Plangere Center near the television studio. Our first meeting for new members is September 21 at 3:30 pm in Plangere 138.


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“Pre-game” with Chocolates and Hawks to Benefit the Ronald McDonald House

default article imageWEST LONG BRANCH, NJ Chocolate lollipops and paper “Hawks” will be sold outside of the Rebecca Stafford Student Center on select game days throughout the fall semester to support the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) of Long Branch.

Chocolate lollipops molded into footballs, soccer balls, and field hockey sticks will be sold for one dollar each to support our Hawks on competition days.  The paper “Hawks” will be available to personalize and print your name on to be placed around campus during Homecoming and Alumni weekend (October 2830) as well as Parents’ weekend (November 1113).  Each will be sold for one dollar.

The first fundraiser began on Friday, September 9th before the women’s field hockey game.  The next fundraiser will take place on Friday, September 16th before the men’s soccer game at 7:00 p.m. outside of the student center.

RMH provides a true “home away from home” for families of seriously ill children who receive care at medical facilities near their locations in Long Branch and New Brunswick, NJ. RMH also offers Family Rooms and a Hospitality Suite in the pediatric units of three hospitals in Monmouth County and one in Middlesex County.

In this way, families can stay together in   comfortable surroundings, helping them to remain strong throughout the course of their child’s treatment. RMH provides a welcoming, supportive environment for families during a time of uncertainty and stress. It is located at 131 Bath Avenue, a five minute drive from campus.  Please visit rmhcnj.org to learn how you can help.

Contact Information

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

MAILING ADDRESS
The Outlook
Monmouth University
400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch, New Jersey
07764

Phone: (732) 571-3481 | Fax: (732) 263-5151
Email: outlook@monmouth.edu