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Arts and Sciences Courses Find Difficulty Transitioning Online

17 DAYS AGO  |  ABBY BROOKS | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Arts and Sciences Courses Find Difficulty Transitioning Online

Following Governor Murphy’s order for all schools to transition to remote learning, students and professors within the departments for arts and sciences, whose coursework requires laboratory projects, artwork, and performances have adapted to ensure that learning for their courses remains effective.

Mike Richison, an Assistant Professor of Arts and Design, explained some of his new methods towards ...

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Opinion

Maintaining Healthy Relationships

17 DAYS AGO  |  LAUREN DEMARCO | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Maintaining Healthy Relationships

During this time, maintaining healthy relationships are really important to many people. As time is passing, all we have is our relationships with our family and friends.

Now more than ever we all need to be able to support one another as well as listening through this difficult time. Even though we are all isolated from our loved ones there are still many ways we can maintain our relationships. A ...

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Sports

The Future of Sports in Post-COVID-19 World

1 MONTHS AGO  |  KYLE SUTA | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
The Future of Sports in Post-COVID-19 World

During this bizarre time of quarantining and social distancing, athletes and sports fans across the country are reeling. There are only so many times you can watch re-runs of sports games that big-time networks, such as ESPN and NFL Network, are running daily.

Everyone seems to have an opinion about when and how sports will return this summer or fall. Will society return to complete normalcy? Or wi...

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Entertainment

Nothing is True & Everything is Possible Review

1 MONTHS AGO  |  NICK MANDULEY | STAFF WRITER
Nothing is True & Everything is Possible Review

St. Albans, UK genre-benders Enter Shikari released their newest album, Nothing is True & Everything is Possible, on April 17 via SO Recordings. The album is a follow up to 2017’s The Spark and the summer 2019 single Stop the Clocks. Now that Nothing is True is in the hands (or ears, rather) of listeners all over the globe, one might speculate that Enter Shikari did just that; for the most par...

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Features

Jacqueline DiPasquale: A Phoenix from the Ashes

20 DAYS AGO  |  MELISSA BADAMO | FEATURES EDITOR
Jacqueline DiPasquale: A Phoenix from the Ashes

On Saturday, March 28, Jacqueline DiPasquale was greeted with a surprise at her door in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ—a scintillating silver crown and a purple-and-white sash that says, “Miss New Jersey International 2020.”

“This is something that I’ve dreamt of for so long,” said DiPasquale, a Monmouth alumna who graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in communication with a concentration in radio ...

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Lifestyles

Combatting Cabin Fever

1 MONTHS AGO  |  GIANNA FERRARO | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Combatting Cabin Fever

Over the past few weeks, COVID-19 has completely taken over the lives of people all over the world. The coronavirus has millions stuck inside, which means working, playing, and relaxing all has to be done at home. It also means that cabin fever is most likely to start to set in.

To combat cabin fever, self-care is a great way to start to find peace during this hectic time. Self-care is essential wh...

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Politics

So Long, Monmouth | Nicholas Coscarelli's Senior Goodbye

23 DAYS AGO  |  NICHOLAS COSCARELLI | SENIOR/POLITICS EDITOR
So Long, Monmouth | Nicholas Coscarelli's Senior Goodbye

If anyone told me that I would be finishing my last year at Monmouth University during a global pandemic, I would never believe them. Four years ago, when I was graduating from high school, I was assured that I was going to Brown University’s Warren Alpert pre-medical program. Monmouth was frankly my last choice; I didn’t even want to apply and I’ve tried to transfer twice. I never realized that e...

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Club & Greek

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

20 DAYS 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

5 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

University Club Involvement

3 MONTHS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
University Club Involvement

Welcome to the club. As the University’s Wrestling Club hits the mat for the first time this semester, The Outlook’s editors reflected on the state of clubs at Monmouth and their experiences with them.

All the editors agreed that the University offers enough clubs outside of Greek Life that offer opportunities for all students to get involved. “I think there are plenty of club opportunities on camp...

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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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