WORLD ON FIRE: Group Performance of Adapted Climate Change Poetry, featured at Monmouth U’s Climate Change Teach-In, Oct. 29, 2020:

By Michelle Smith Dr. Deanna Shoemaker invited her students to perform World on Fire, Climate Change Poetry. Dr. Shoemaker shared her thoughts on what this performance means to the Monmouth…

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Why it is Dangerous to Promote Events like Making Abortion Illegal Again On a College Campus

By Michelle Smith On October 9th, 2020, the Monmouth University Community received an email from the Gender Studies and Intersectionality Club. The email was regarding a virtual event created by…

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The Verge Podcast – Episode Three with Professor Kimberly Callas and Vincent Grassi

In this episode of The Verge Podcast, Vincent Grassi elaborates on his prior article regarding spirituality and environmentalism. This time around, Vincent discusses the ties between environmentalism and art with…

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The Verge Podcast – Episode One with MU President Patrick Leahy and Noah Janowski

https://soundcloud.com/the-verge-mu/podcast-with-the-president For the first episode of The Verge Podcast, Noah Janowski had the opportunity to sit down with Monmouth's 10th president, Patrick Leahy.

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From “First to Fight” to Hawk in Flight: A student-veteran experience
Tom Murray, far right, during his time serving in the United States Marine Corps

From “First to Fight” to Hawk in Flight: A student-veteran experience

Tom Murray is a member of the Monmouth community who highlights the unique experience of a nontypical student. Murray is a military veteran, so his experience is vastly different from…

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