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News

President Leahy Appoints New Chief of Staff

1 DAY AGO  |  MATTHEW CUTILLO | MANAGING/NEWS/LIFESTYLES EDITOR
President Leahy Appoints New Chief of Staff

University President Patrick F. Leahy, Ed.D. has named Emily Miller-Gonzalez, Director of Planned Giving within the Division of University Advancement, as the Chief of Staff to the Office of the President. The decision comes as a result of additional organizational changes to the President’s office over the course of this academic year.

“In order to help streamline communications and create efficie...

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Opinion

Dealing With Virtual Learning

1 DAY AGO  |  SAMUEL CIOCIOLA | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Dealing With Virtual Learning

Throughout my college experience, I always avoided online classes; I am the type of person who learns better hands-on and in-person.

I only took one online class prior to the coronavirus situation, it was not the worst thing in the world, but I felt as if I did not learn as much as I would have in the normal classroom environment. From there, I told myself I would avoid online classes and stick to ...

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Sports

Big South Champion Hawks Host Ring Ceremony

1 DAY AGO  |  MARK D'AQUILA | SPORTS EDITOR
Big South Champion Hawks Host Ring Ceremony

Monmouth football held their long awaited Ring Ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Kessler Stadium to celebrate their Big South Championship from last season. Both graduated and current players gathered in socially distanced fashion on the field that they went a perfect 7-0 at in 2019 to collect their rings.

“It was great to have everybody from the 2019 team back and assembled on campus to celebrate,...

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Entertainment

Disney’s Mulan Under Fire

1 DAY AGO  |  DANA CATERINA | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Disney’s Mulan Under Fire

It is no surprise when someone says that Disney movies are some of the best movies made today. Between Marvel films and the countless other movies they have created since the beginning all, for the most part, have held high standards. With the recent release of Mulan, Disney’s recent live-action recreation, people have been taken back by the low reviews and confusion among fans. 

Fans have sta...

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Features

Class of 2024: What It's Like to Start College During the COVID-19 Pandemic

1 DAY AGO  |  MELISSA BADAMO | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF/FEATURES EDITOR
Class of 2024: What It's Like to Start College During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Members of the Class of 2024 are facing some unique obstacles. After finishing their senior year of high school in quarantine, they’re now transitioning into college at a time where things like online classes and social events are looking a bit different.

First year students shared some concerns, and how they’re navigating campus life, as they enter their third week of college.

“Freshman year is not...

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Lifestyles

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's... Smoke.

1 DAY AGO  |  JESSICA PAK | ASSOCIATE LIFESTYLE EDITOR
It's a Bird!  It's a Plane!  It's... Smoke.

Nothing beats September weather. Crisp air, lukewarm temperatures, warm breezes, the transition from summer to fall is absolutely breathtaking. But have you noticed that this past week’s forecast has been “cloudier” than usual? Contrary to popular belief, those “clouds” are actually plumes of smoke being produced from the record-breaking wildfires that have been impacting California, Washington st...

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Politics

An Analysis of Kenosha Shooting Suspect's Motives

1 DAY AGO  |  GEORGEANNE NIGRO | ASSOCIATE POLITICS EDITOR
An Analysis of Kenosha Shooting Suspect's Motives

Following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, 17-year old, Kyle Rittenhouse, fatally shot two people and wounded another person at a protest in Kenosha, Wis. on August 25th.  Rittenhouse is facing charges for murdering two people.  

Kyle Rittenhouse’s attorney, John Pierce, says his client acted in self-defense.  

Johanna E. Foster, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Sociology, said, “Obviously, Ritte...

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Club & Greek

Blue Hawk Records to Release First Ever Remotely-Produced Compilation Album

4 MONTHS AGO  |  ALYSSA CARDENAS | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Blue Hawk Records to Release First Ever Remotely-Produced Compilation Album

Over the past few weeks, student life at Monmouth University has changed dramatically due to COVID-19. The move to online instruction for the remainder of the spring semester has led to the postponement and cancellation of many on-campus events and activities. It also required faculty and students to change the way the they conduct classes. Essentially overnight, all classes moved to a virtual env...

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Leisure

Campus Viewpoint 01-30-19

1 YEAR AGO  |  NICOLE RIDDLE | MANAGING/VIEWPOINT/PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Campus Viewpoint 01-30-19

Do you have a New Year's Resolution? If so, what is it?


 

Deanna Dantas

Senior

“My resolution is to say no to people who I break my back for and say yes to opportunities."

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Online Exclusive

Your 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

9 MONTHS AGO  |  GEORGI NIGRO | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Your 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

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 flexib...

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Editorial

The Outlook Editors on Re-opening

1 DAY AGO  |  Yosef Davidowitz
The Outlook Editors on Re-opening

Since Monmouth University re-opened with a mix of in-person and online classes this semester, students have rapidly adjusted to the “new normal” on campus. Regulations such as social distancing, mask wearing, and hand-washing are enforced, while the new meal-ordering app was introduced to minimize the number of students in the student center and dining hall.

The Outlook editors shared their opinion...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #16

2 YEARS AGO  |  BRIAN TURCZMANOVICZ | COMIC ILLUSTRATOR
Knowledge and Quinn #16

© Copyright 2018 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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