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News

Annual University Open House

3 DAYS AGO  |  ALEX DYER | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Annual University Open House

The University hosted its annual Fall Open House to engage prospective undergraduate students and their families and introduce them to the Monmouth community on Sunday, Oct. 13.

According to the official open house schedule, the open house served to allow attendees to meet current students, hear from faculty regarding academic programs and majors, as well as learn about resources available to stude...

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Opinion

How to Relieve Stress

3 DAYS AGO  |  SAL LAGROTTERIA || STAFF WRITER
How to Relieve Stress

If you went through Kindergarten up to Senior Year of High School, then you probably experienced minimal stress with school, if any at all. However, once you got to college, there is a high chance that stress came into your life and took over your whole demeanor. I know this because this is what I have experienced.

I never knew what stress was like until the college workload took over my life. I ha...

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Sports

Upcoming Games 10-16-19

3 DAYS AGO  |  MARK D'AQUILA | SPORTS EDITOR

Wednesday, Oct.  16

Women's Soccer at Iona
New Rochelle, NY 3:00 p.m.

Men's Soccer vs Saint Peter's
West Long Branch, NJ 7:00 p.m.

Thursday,  Oct.  17

Men's Tennis at TBA
Northeast Regional Championships
Phiadelphia, PA 3:00 TBA

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Entertainment

Harry Styles Goes 'Lights Up'

3 DAYS AGO  |  JENNA PUGLISI | STAFF WRITER
Harry Styles Goes 'Lights Up'

After two long years, Harry Styles has finally returned with his new single, ‘Lights Up.’

In very Harry-esque cryptic fashion, news broke on Thursday morning that there were posters plastered around cities displaying only the phrase “Do you know who you are?”

Along the bottom of the posters were four letters: TPWK. This is an abbreviation of Styles’ mantra “Treat People With Kindness,” hinting that ...

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Features

David Garlock: "I Am a Human"

3 DAYS AGO  |  NICOLE FOX || CONTRIBUTING WRITER
David Garlock:

On Friday, Oct. 11, The Departments of Criminal Justice, Political Science, Sociology, and The School of Social Work hosted guest speaker David Garlock.

Garlock, who served 13 years in an Alabama prison for committing murder against a man who sexually and physically abused him and his brother for eight years, shared what he calls “The Chapters of My Life.”

But Garlock is much more than the time he s...

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Lifestyles

Inhale... Exhale

3 DAYS AGO  |  ALLISON DEGRUSHE || CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Inhale... Exhale

College is a time considered to be the best four years of a student’s life. It is all about being independent, making new friends, and challenging yourself to be a better student and future employee. While this journey can be exciting for students, it can also cause stress.  

According to the National College Health Assessment, 44.4 percent of university students recorded that they felt m...

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Politics

President Trump Addresses the Nation in His Second State of the Union Speech

8 MONTHS AGO  |  MATT ENGEL | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
President Trump Addresses the Nation in His Second State of the Union Speech

After a government shutdown pushed back the State of the Union speech by two weeks, President Donald Trump spoke to a joint session of the United States Congress last night, Tuesday, Feb. 5.

During the speech, the president ordered for a solution to end illegal immigration, late-term abortion, and the conclusion of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, while touting a th...

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Club & Greek

Let's Hear Your Story

3 DAYS AGO  |  RAY ROMANSKI | CLUB AND GREEK EDITOR
Let's Hear Your Story

Tony Lombardo of Forked River, NJ, is the epitome of a fighter. Lombardo is the son of immigrant parents and lived in Brooklyn, NY for a large portion of his life. However, his life changed when he was diagnosed at age 28 with multiple sclerosis (MS), right after the birth of his daughter.

MS is a nervous system disease that has the potential to affect the brain and spinal cord. It took doctors sev...

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Leisure

Campus Viewpoint 01-30-19

8 MONTHS 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

Baseball Falls to Fairfield in Road Series || Sports

5 MONTHS AGO  |  MARK D'AQUILA | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR
Baseball Falls to Fairfield in Road Series || Sports

Baseball suffered from a difficult test on the road this past week, losing at Columbia on Wednesday before dropping two of three to Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) opponents Fairfield over the weekend in Connecticut.

The Hawks sent sophomore pitcher Evan Ferris to the mound on Wednesday afternoon for his first career start in the out-of-conference matchup at Columbia. Ferris would perform...

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Editorial

On Democracy at Monmouth

3 DAYS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
On Democracy at Monmouth

In 1963, Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram published a series of experiments that measured obedience to authority figures. The studies found that a very high proportion of subjects would fully obey the instructions given to them. In light of recent information given to The Outlook, the Editorial staff questions how some at the University may be leveraging authority over students, and th...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #16

1 YEAR AGO  |  BRIAN TURCZMANOVICZ | COMIC ILLUSTRATOR
Knowledge and Quinn #16

© Copyright 2018 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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