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News

Career Services and Department of Criminal Justice Host Joint Internship Event

4 DAYS AGO  |  KERRY BREEN | SENIOR/NEWS EDITOR
Career Services and Department of  Criminal Justice Host Joint Internship Event

The Department of Criminal Justice and the Guardians Club held a joint event with Career Services, inviting New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) cyber liaison officer Melissa Pisaniello and Sergeant Brad Baylor of the New Jersey State Police to speak about their work and the internship opportunities in their respective fields.

According to Mass, 35 people attended t...

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Opinion

Collecting Items: Godzilla Edition

4 DAYS AGO  |  JASON AQUINO | DELIVERY ASSISTANT
Collecting Items: Godzilla Edition

The action figure store is a perfect place for a 20 year old. I knew this when I was in my suburban neighborhood home, cleaning the area around my daikaiju, or “giant monster,” action figures over my closet. It was my favorite activity when I went home from college on the weekends.

The wall had two long, wooden planks drilled into it that I treated with the utmost respect. It was my Toho Shrin...

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Sports

Women’s Basketball Defeats Manhattan in Overtime

4 DAYS AGO  |  MATT DELUCA | STAFF WRITER
Women’s Basketball Defeats Manhattan in Overtime

The Monmouth University women’s basketball team won its second consecutive game Monday night, as they defeated the Manhattan Jaspers 63-59 in overtime at the OceanFirst Bank Center.

Senior guard Rhaiah Spooner-Knight scored a season-high 25 points to lead the Hawks, shooting 11-for-16 from the field. Sophomore guard Kayla Shaw added 12 points and a career-high five assists, and sophomore forward Alexa M...

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Entertainment

Asbury Park: The Center of New Jersey's Music Scene

4 DAYS AGO  |  JENNA PUGLISI | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Asbury Park: The Center of New Jersey's Music Scene

Asbury Park has become home to New Jersey’s local music scene; the town has even adopted “Where Music Lives” as its slogan.

Through its multitude of venues, as well as recording studio space, NJ artists are being given more opportunities than ever before to enter the music industry close to home.

Asbury Park’s historical venue, “The Stone Pony,” is known for launching legendary careers, particularly...

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Features

Blue Hawk Records Holds Auditions for 12th Compilation Album

4 DAYS AGO  |  HANNAH CLYNE | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Blue Hawk Records Holds Auditions for 12th Compilation Album

West Long Branch, New Jersey. On Wednesday, January 31, 2018, The Blue Hawk Records’ Applied Music Industry II class hosted auditions for their Twelfth Compilation album!

The turnout at Woods Theatre was large, ultimately making the final decision extremely difficult, but by the end of the night, the class was able to choose five artists to feature on their newest album.

The artists, all of various m...

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Lifestyles

Good Eats Near Monmouth

4 DAYS AGO  |  MELISSA BADAMO | STAFF WRITER
Good Eats Near Monmouth

Sometimes, we all need a change of pace when it comes to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Although the student center and dining hall offer various food, it’s nice to explore the area around our school for a bite to eat.

Going out to eat with friends gives us the opportunity to take a break from our stressful studies. After all, exploring new places is a part of the student experience.

Many students ca...

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Politics

The Millionaire Tax: Funding New Jersey

4 DAYS AGO  |  NICHOLAS COSCARELLI | POLITICS EDITOR
The Millionaire Tax: Funding New Jersey

Senator Stephen Sweeney said that raising taxes on millionaires in New Jersey is the “absolute last thing” that he will consider, last Thursday, Feb. 8.

Although Sweeney, the New Jersey State Senate President, long advocated for raising taxes on the wealthiest New Jersey residents; he explained that the latest federal tax overhaul changed the dynamics of taxes in the state.

“It’s the absolute last t...

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Club & Greek

Club and Greek Announcements 02-14-18

4 DAYS AGO  |  NICOLETTE PEZZA | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
Club and Greek Announcements 02-14-18

Sociology Club

The sociology club at Monmouth works to take the concepts learned in the classroom and apply them to social activism. They focus on raising awareness of inequalities and social issues that affect all as students. They believe that every person has the ability to make a difference in the community. All student ideas are welcome as they work through issues of race, gender, ability, and...

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Leisure

Moments at Monmouth 02-14-18

4 DAYS AGO  |  NICOLE RIDDLE | VIEWPOINT & PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Moments at Monmouth 02-14-18

Students admire the latest art exhibit in Pollak, rare wildlife revealed: the James Fiorentino traveling art exhibition.

 PHOTO COURTESY OF: TINA COLLELA PHOTOGRAPHY

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Online Exclusive

Men's Basketball Falls to 7/8 Ranked Kentucky

2 MONTHS AGO  |  ZACH COSENZA | SPORTS EDITOR
Men's Basketball Falls to 7/8 Ranked Kentucky

Men’s basketball was defeated by 7/8 ranked Kentucky Wildcats 93-76 in the Citi Hoops Classic at Madison Square Garden on Saturday afternoon.

On a busy day in New York City that had people dressed as Santa, a rivalry game between the Rangers and Devils at The World’s Most Famous Arena, a Yankees’ trade that included one of the best power hitters in Major League Baseball, and on top of all that, the...

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Editorial

The Youth Vote

4 DAYS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
The Youth Vote

College campuses are often disparaged as “too liberal.” However, the editors agree that colleges are a place where students begin to explore and discover new ideas and political identities. One editor said that young people in college are generally more passionate about issues surrounding justice and equality; topics which are often associated with left of center political views. Another editor sa...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #14

4 DAYS AGO  |  BRIAN TURCZMANOVICZ | COMIC ILLUSTRATOR
Knowledge and Quinn #14

© Copyright 2017 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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