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News

Honoring the Life of Alice Paul on Constitution Day

3 DAYS AGO  |  NICHOLAS COSCARELLI | DEPUTY MANAGING/POLITICS EDITOR
Honoring the Life of Alice Paul on Constitution Day

A theatrical performance about the life of Alice Paul, a leading suffragist and women’s rights activist, was hosted in Wilson Auditorium on Monday, Sept. 17.

The event was sponsored by the Political Science Department, Office of the Provost, and “Stand Up and Be Counted,” the University’s voting campaign; and featured props to create a scene of Paul being interviewed by reporters in a nursing home,...

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Opinion

Off-Campus Eateries

3 DAYS AGO  |  KIERSTEN BECHT | STAFF WRITER
Off-Campus Eateries

Can you believe it? We are three weeks into the semester already! What this means is that you have likely depleted your stash of instant noodles, tested out every station in the dining hall and have eaten way more Jersey Mike’s than you would like to admit.

It is around this time that the newness of on-campus dining begins to fade away and suddenly the idea of having cereal for every meal doesn’t s...

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Sports

Upcoming Games 09-19-18

3 DAYS AGO  |  EVAN MCMURTRIE | SPORTS EDITOR

Friday, Sept. 21

WTEN at Rider
Lawrenceville, NJ 3:00 p.m.

FH vs Vermont
So Sweet a Cat Field
West Long Branch, NJ 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 22

MXC at 24th Annual Henry
Mercer Monmouth Invitational
Holmdel, NJ 9:45 a.m.

WXC at 24th Annual Henry
Mercer Monmouth Invitational
Holmdel, NJ 10:30 a.m.

WTEN vs St. Francis Brooklyn
Outdoor Tennis Complex
West Long Branch, NJ 12:00 p.m.

FB at Princeton
Powers Field at Prin...

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Entertainment

Vincent DiMattio: Celebrating 50 years of Artistic Mastery

2 DAYS AGO  |  KAYLA CUBILLOS | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Vincent DiMattio: Celebrating 50 years of Artistic Mastery

While some planned for their future at the Involvement Fair last Friday, Sept. 14, artist and professor Vincent DiMattio reflected on the past 50 years that he has spent at the University with his new art gallery’s opening reception,

“Vincent DiMattio/50.” DiMattio’s work was on display at the DiMattio Art Gallery in Rechnitz Hall, Ice House Gallery, and the Pollak Gallery.

Friends and family came t...

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Features

Malibu: Bringing the West Coast to West Long Branch

2 DAYS AGO  |  JENNA PUGLISI | FEATURES EDITOR
Malibu: Bringing the West Coast to West Long Branch

By now, most Monmouth students have heard of Malibu. But if you haven’t had a chance to jam to their beachy vibes yet, you’ll definitely want to add them to your playlist.

The band consists of Scott Buksbaum (bass/vocals), Ray Laux (guitar/vocals), Eric Schwartz (guitar), and James Spavelko (drums). Since coming together to create music as freshmen last year, the members of Malibu have experienced ...

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Lifestyles

Ways to Keep Yourself Busy This Fall

3 DAYS AGO  |  SHANNON OSWALD | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Ways to Keep Yourself Busy This Fall

With summer coming to an end, people experience different emotions. Many people get sad when the summer season ends, but it can allow us to look forward to the variety of fun activities that fall brings.

Going to school at the shore makes it hard to get into the fall spirit since we are constantly surrounded by the beach, but there are so many activities to enjoy in the fall.

When asking people arou...

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Politics

Protests Continue During Kavanaugh’s Hearings: Women’s Rights and Roe v. Wade

3 DAYS AGO  |  MEGAN RUGGLES | CONTRIBUTING WRITER & MATT ENGEL | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Protests Continue During Kavanaugh’s Hearings: Women’s Rights and Roe v. Wade

Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh attended a hearing with Senators to discuss his stance on abortion on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

A group of women dressed in red gowns and white caps stood outside of the hearing room in silent protest.

As the hearings continue for Kavanaugh’s confirmation, protests from groups opposing his appointment have increased.

 During Kavanaugh’s testimony on abortion, ...

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Club & Greek

Club and Greek Announcements 09-19-18

3 DAYS AGO  |  RAY ROMANSKI | CLUB & GREEK EDITOR
Club and Greek Announcements 09-19-18

Student-Alumni Association 

The Student-Alumni Association (SAA) serves as an important link between current Monmouth students and University Alumni through a structured format of activities and events. Our goal is to build a network in which current students can reach out to alumni for career opportunities and philanthropy, as well as to continue Monmouth pride both on and off campus.  T...

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Leisure

Campus Viewpoint 09-19-18

3 DAYS AGO  |  NICOLE RIDDLE | MANAGING/VIEWPOINT/PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Campus Viewpoint 09-19-18

What is the best advice you've ever received?


 

Chris Marco
Graduate Student

"Enjoy what you're doing and don't stress."

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Online Exclusive

Benefits of Playing Golf in the Summer || Lifestyles

5 MONTHS AGO  |  SARAH KOKOTAJLO | STAFF WRITER
Benefits of Playing Golf in the Summer || Lifestyles

Not being able to see your family as much you as you like during the school year can be tough. That’s why it is important to take advantage of the summer months to bond with your family and make up for lost time. Playing golf in the summer is a great way to spend quality time with your parents and siblings!

Although it may not seem like it, golf is actually great for your body. Golf courses are typ...

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Editorial

Editors Talk Greek Suspension

3 DAYS AGO  |  EDITORIAL STAFF
Editors Talk Greek Suspension

Monmouth University made the decision to suspend Greek Life indefinitely on Aug. 20. In an email sent to students on Sept. 6 about the situation, University President Grey Dimenna, Esq., and Vice President of Student Life and Leadership Engagement, Mary Anne Nagy, took notice of Greek Life’s recent troubles including, “hazing, alcohol and drug use, and lack of academic focus.”

Dimenna and Nagy dire...

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Comics

Knowledge and Quinn #16

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

© Copyright 2018 Brian Turczmanovicz
All Rights Reserved

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