Men who adore “My Little Pony”? What could possibly be this rationale? Well read on for a description of the new, “brony” man.
Since the beginning of time, humankind has attempted to control nature to suit the needs of a single species; ours. This decision has led us down a slippery slope of over-consumption habits, and in the past has been attributed to the demise of ancient civilizations and empires. In order to secure a sustainable future for the […]
Art has been a non-verbal means of communication for most of human history. For many, it speaks louder than words ever could; for those who are autistic, this is especially true. The Student Activities Board and the Center for the Arts chose this channel of expression to unite the community and raise autism awareness. The […]
Jean-Michel Cousteau, the legendary explorer, visited Monmouth University last Friday, to speak about conserving our oceans.
“It’s one of the biggest issues of our time,” said Moleen Madziva, Zimbabwe native and Monmouth alumni, about global poverty and hunger. “Bringing a bag of corn to someone’s doorstep is not going to solve hunger and poverty. Communities really need to be involved as part of the solution.” Madziva, who is a Ph.D candidate […]