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Brooklyn Nets’ Executive Assistant to GM Talks Career Path

5 DAYS AGO  |  MATTHEW CUTILLO | MANAGING/NEWS/LIFESTYLES EDITOR
Brooklyn Nets’ Executive Assistant to GM Talks Career Path

Amanda Bucci, Executive Assistant to the General Manager of the Brooklyn Nets, joined the Sports Industry Club for their virtual speaker series on Wednesday. Apr. 7.

Bucci detailed her job’s expectations while sharing her journey towards the position. She grew up outside Boston, attending Union College with a degree in Environmental Science and Policy. “Out of college, I had a consulting job in the...

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Opinion

Chivalry Reborn

5 DAYS AGO  |  SHANNON MCGORTY | OPINION EDITOR
Chivalry Reborn

You know, it’s funny—people say chivalry is dead but really, it was just reinvented. According to the Oxford Dictionary, chivalry is, “the medieval knightly system with its religious, moral, and social code; Knights, noblemen, and horsemen collectively; the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, especially courage, honor, courtesy, justice, and a readiness to help the weak.” Many pe...

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Sports

Jeff Stapleton to Become Athletic Director Following Marilyn McNeil’s Retirement

5 DAYS AGO  |  MARK D'AQUILA | SPORTS EDITOR
Jeff Stapleton to Become Athletic Director Following Marilyn McNeil’s Retirement

Monmouth University will welcome a new Athletic Director on July 1 after Dr. Marilyn McNeil has held the position for the last 28 years. The name is Jeff Stapleton, the current Deputy Athletic Director who has served the University for 31 years in a variety of roles.

“This job was so attractive because there are so many wonderful people in this office,” Stapleton said. “Our coaching staffs, adminis...

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Entertainment

TikTok and the Music Industry: How an App Affects the Charts

5 DAYS AGO  |  JASMINE RAMOS | STAFF WRITER
TikTok and the Music Industry: How an App Affects the Charts

About two months ago, an internet trend called the “Silhouette Challenge” stormed every platform. People ran to make videos with red backdrop lights to a mash up of Paul Anka’s “Put Your Head on My Shoulders,” which smoothly transitioned into Doja Cat’s “Freak” and “Streets”. This unlikely pairing of songs, one being a classic pop song from the 1950s and the other from a rapper’s album in 2019, bl...

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Features

The Freshman Fifteen: Fact or Fiction?

5 DAYS AGO  |  LILY HOFFMANN | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
The Freshman Fifteen: Fact or Fiction?

The mecca of college students may not be multi-story brick academic buildings or residence halls where you can hear the near-constant chatter of students. For many students, it’s the on-campus dining facilities, where they receive the nourishment they need to power through seemingly endless lectures and all-nighters in the library.

However, nourishment may not exactly be the correct term. Everyone’...

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Lifestyles

Knowing the Difference Between COVID-19 and Allergies

5 DAYS AGO  |  DENISSE QUINTANILLA | STAFF WRITER
Knowing the Difference Between COVID-19 and Allergies

Just because you are sneezing, or have itchy eyes, doesn’t mean you have COVID-19.

We have all been there just because we have one minor cough or headache and automatically think it’s COVID-19. However, there may be other reasons. With the spring season in full swing, allergy season is upon us as well.

COVID-19 and allergy symptoms can be quite similar, so how can we tell the difference?

Allergies pr...

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Politics

Arrests Still Happening Months After Capitol Riots

5 DAYS AGO  |  ABIGAIL BROOKS | ASSISTANT/NEWS EDITOR
Arrests Still Happening Months After Capitol Riots

On the afternoon of Jan. 6, rioters stormed the Capitol building as electoral college votes were being counted in the House of Representatives chamber. Three months later, arrests are still being made.

Many of the Capitol rioters came directly from former President Donald Trump’s “Save America Rally” that began hours earlier on the Ellipse, a park near the White House. Trump spoke for more than an ...

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Club & Greek

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Crowns Mitchell Hendricks Mr. Pink & Green

5 DAYS AGO  |  LILY HOFFMANN | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Crowns Mitchell Hendricks Mr. Pink & Green

On Thursday, April 8, the Tenacious Tau Eta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated hosted their annual Mr. Pink and Green pageant. After several rounds of the pageant, the hosts of the event determined that Mitchell Hendricks would be named this year’s Mr. Pink and Green.

Other contestants who competed for the prestigious title included Brayan Loja, Mitchell Hendricks, and Ebenezer Owus...

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Leisure

Campus Viewpoint 01-30-19

2 YEARS 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

1 YEAR 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

Was Two Days of Spring Break Enough?

5 DAYS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
Was Two Days of Spring Break Enough?

Since Monmouth readjusted their Spring schedule due to COVID-19 travel and safety rules, students only had two “Spring Break” days this semester; one Monday in March and one Friday in April. With the absence of an actual seven-day long Spring Break, this left many Monmouth students disappointed. One student even orchestrated a petition to get Monmouth officials to change their minds in hopes of of...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #16

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

© Copyright 2018 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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