Will Paris Attacks Impact Tourism?

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.--For centuries, Paris has captivated travelers, dreamers full of wanderlust, and unapologetic tourists alike. Even disregarding the ubiquitous "top world destinations" lists by TripAdvisor and Lonely Planet that the City of…

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American Reporters Not Totally Free on World Press Freedom Day

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ--May 3 marks the United Nation’s annual World Press Freedom Day, which according to UNESCO is dedicated to reminding governments of their commitment to press freedom. The…

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Melodies by the Sea: Music and Food for a Good Cause

On Thursday, April 9, Monmouth’s very own Shadow Lawn will be transformed into an outdoor concert for students and faculty from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The three-hour event, called Melodies by the Sea, is the inaugural of what is set to be an annual fundraiser for a local nonprofit, Mary's Place by the Sea.

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#TheDress Up of Domestic Violence

A week after a simple dress had people around the world sharing whether they see black and blue or white and gold, a new Salvation Army ad featuring the viral frock has people from both camps seeing the light. On March 6, the South African branch of the international charity organization released the first of a two-part ad campaign to raise awareness for domestic violence.

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