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News

Environmental Lawyer Gives Lecture On Seaweed Industry

1 MONTHS AGO  |  ALEX DYER | ASSISTANT NEWS/ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR
Environmental Lawyer Gives Lecture On Seaweed Industry

As part of the Urban Coast Institute’s Marine & Environmental Speaker Series, environmental lawyer Ethan Prall asked and discussed possible answers in regards to seaweed being a fish, giving a virtual lecture about the growth of the seaweed industry on Tuesday, Nov 10.

Prall, a Washington, D.C.-based environmental lawyer and policy advocate for Latham & Watkins LLP, believes there can be a ...

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Opinion

Professors United for A Safe Haven (P.U.S.H.): Statement on the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol

8 DAYS AGO  |  PROFESSORS UNITED FOR A SAFE HAVEN (P.U.S.H.)
Professors United for A Safe Haven (P.U.S.H.):  Statement on the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol

We, the undersigned members and supporters of Professors United for a Safe Haven (P.U.S.H.), condemn the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, and acknowledge the siege as a horrific enactment of violent white supremacy assaulting the core values, practices, and defenders of American democracy that we all deeply cherish and pledge to uphold.

In our unequivocal outrage as witnesses to the v...

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Sports

Women’s B-Ball Drops Consecutive Games

1 MONTHS AGO  |  JACK MURPHY | ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITOR

Women’s basketball dropped both of their contests this week falling to La Salle on Wednesday at home by a score of 64-46 and Drexel on Saturday with a final score of 61-50.

Monmouth’s matchup against La Salle was their first home game of the young season. Junior forward Lucy Thomas led the Hawks as she scored a team high 11 points while bringing down eight rebounds.

The blue and white showed their d...

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Entertainment

The Importance of Christmas Music

1 MONTHS AGO  |  ALEX DYER | ASSISTANT NEWS/ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR
The Importance of Christmas Music

As I lay in my bed at night, final exams and the holidays approaching like a festive freight train, nothing calms my nerves quite like Spotify’s “Christmas Cocktail Jazz” playlist.

There’s something simple and beautiful about Christmas music. Almost every single Christmas song revolves around themes of gratefulness and joy. But hasn’t 2020, for lack of a better word, been pretty bleak?

Definitely. A...

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Features

Wrapping Up the Fall Semester: Students and Faculty Reflect Upon Course Delivery

1 MONTHS AGO  |  VICTORIA DOWD | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Wrapping Up the Fall Semester: Students and Faculty Reflect Upon Course Delivery

As the fall semester comes to a close, students and faculty are preparing for the spring semester and the possibility of more in-person classes. Conducting a review of the successes, failures, and lessons learned from courses that were held in-person this fall can assist with planning strategies heading into a new semester.

Gabriella Nasto, a junior communication student, did see benefits of in-per...

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Lifestyles

How to Deal with Favoritism at Work

1 MONTHS AGO  |  MATTHEW CUTILLO | MANAGING/NEWS/LIFESTYLES EDITOR
How to Deal with Favoritism at Work

One of the most awkward experiences you’ll have in a workplace is living alongside favoritism. Maybe the favoritism comes from an equal or a higher-up, but you start to notice someone getting special treatment that others don’t. Their mistakes are brushed under the rug, and it seems they can do no wrong despite clear evidence they’re an issue. How does it happen? Higher-ups have a lot of reasons f...

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Politics

Supreme Court Lifts Restrictions on Church Gatherings Amid Pandemic

1 MONTHS AGO  |  GEORGEANNE NIGRO | ASSOCIATE POLITICS EDITOR
Supreme Court Lifts Restrictions on Church Gatherings Amid Pandemic

The Supreme Court’s judges made the decision on Nov. 25th to lift the COVID-19 restrictions on N.Y. houses of worship. It was in a 5-4 ruling and was put in place by Governor Andrew Cuomo. 

The request came from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish synagogues. The request also claimed that the free exercise of religion from the First Amendment was being violated in th...

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Club & Greek

Club Spotlight: MU Outdoors Club

1 MONTHS AGO  |  LILY HOFFMANN | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
Club Spotlight: MU Outdoors Club

It is no secret that this semester has not been your average semester. With classes mostly remote and clubs being restricted to virtual meetings, it’s safe to say all Monmouth Hawks are hoping for some normalcy in the near future.

One of the clubs that have been hit hard by the effects of the pandemic and all of the havoc it has wreaked is the Outdoors Club. Erin Oscar is a leader within the campus...

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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

A Quarantine Christmas

1 MONTHS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
A Quarantine Christmas

As the fall semester comes to an end, the Outlook editors discussed their plans for the holiday break and what they think will happen over time. There is no doubt that many holiday celebrations planned for this year will be impacted by COVID-19 restrictions.

The majority of the editors will be spending their holiday with immediate family, and for many, the holidays will look much different this yea...

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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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