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News

University Mourns Loss of Beloved Physics Professor

5 DAYS AGO  |  LOWELL KELLY-GAMBLE | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
University Mourns Loss of Beloved Physics Professor

Garland Grammer, Ph.D., a physics instructor and professor at Monmouth University, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at CentraState Medical Center in Freehold Township at the age of 75.

“He was a delightful and really sincerely caring person. He was always willing to take on any variety of coursework,” said William Schreiber, Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics.

Schreiber noted, “He was...

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Opinion

Not so "Sweet Victory"

5 DAYS AGO  |  JASON AQUINO | STAFF WRITER
Not so

“The winner takes all...” Those are the first lyrics of David Glen Eisley and Bob Kulick’s smash-hit rock ballad “Sweet Victory”. Fans of the song including myself, however, felt robbed when the tune was played for fewer seconds than the time it took for the referee to throw the flag in the Rams versus Saints game.

“Sweet Victory” was a gem of nostalgia on Stephen Hillenburg’s television show Spong...

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Sports

Upcoming Games 02-13-19

5 DAYS AGO  |  EVAN MCMURTRIE | SPORTS EDITOR

Wednesday, Feb. 13

M/W Swimming
MAAC Championships
Buffalo, NY 8:00 a.m.

Friday, Feb. 15

Softball vs Ball State
EMU Madeira Beach Invitational
Madeira Beach, FL 2:00 p.m.

Basketball vs Penn State
Cary, NC 2:00 p.m.

Women's Basketball vs Iona
OceanFirst Bank Center
West Long Branch, NJ 7:00 p.m.

Men's Basketball at Rider
Alumni Gymnasium
Lawrenceville, NJ 7:00 p.m.

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Entertainment

The Biggest Winners and Losers from The Grammys

5 DAYS AGO  |  RAYMOND ROMANSKI | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
The Biggest Winners and Losers from The Grammys

The 2019 Grammys were a wild ride from start to finish.

With amazing performances from Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Post Malone and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, H.E.R., a Motown mashup featuring some of music’s biggest stars, and many more, the soundtrack was diverse and well-received.

However, some of the Grammy winners might not have been the ideal candidates.  Here are some comments about big winne...

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Features

The Benefits of Keeping Your Gym Resolution

5 DAYS AGO  |  SKYLAR DALEY | STAFF WRITER
The Benefits of Keeping Your Gym Resolution

The marketing department of gym corporations await the turn of the new year to be able to promote their holiday sales for the “resolutioners,” as I like to call them.

Now is the time for people to go in blind to any gym and workout for a few weeks, then likely quit and still pay the monthly fee. Don’t let that become you.

As Monmouth students, you already have free access to the on-campus gym, which...

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Lifestyles

The Social Media Snowball

5 DAYS AGO  |  ERIN CROSBY | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
The Social Media Snowball

Our addictions to our devices don’t stop at incessantly scrolling through Instagram to see an abundance of “good vibe” posts ranging from twentyfun shenanigans to breakfast dates.

You might even see another post of someone abroad, or the classic beach post while in the dead of winter. And we all know the person that posts a plethora of videos because they claim they have “post-festival depression”....

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Politics

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

12 DAYS 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

Club and Greek Announcements 02-13-19

5 DAYS AGO  |  RAY ROMANSKI | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
Club and Greek Announcements 02-13-19

WMCX

WMCX is a student-run rado station, and we’ve been Rockin’ the Shore since ‘74. Learn how to operate the studio’s machinery, make cnnections, and host your own show! Meetings are held every other Wednesday in Plangere 236 at 3:15.

If you’re interested in joining, contact Ali Nugent at s1096530@monmouth.edu

 


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Leisure

Campus Viewpoint 01-30-19

19 DAYS 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

Winter Holidays || Opinion

2 MONTHS AGO  |  SAMANTHA RIVAS | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Winter Holidays || Opinion

Ask anyone you know what their favorite part about the winter holidays are and I’m sure every person will give you a different answer.  Some will gush about all the fattening food, from the Thanksgiving turkey to the mountains of Christmas cookies.   Some will talk about the Christmas music that blares through their radios during a long car ride.  Some will even say that they l...

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Editorial

Outlook Honors Black Role Models

5 DAYS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
Outlook Honors Black Role Models

In honor of Black History Month, The Outlook editors reflected on various public figures within the Black community have influenced their lives. Our choices span various eras and professions, demonstrating the profound impact that the Black community has had on our society as a whole.

Shirley Chisholm

One editor noted, “She was the first Black woman elected to the United States Congress in 1968, whe...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #16

10 MONTHS AGO  |  BRIAN TURCZMANOVICZ | COMIC ILLUSTRATOR
Knowledge and Quinn #16

© Copyright 2018 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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