“Your city may be underwater by 2050“ Lisha Samuel, a graduate student in the Communication department, spoke during the climate change teach-in on October 30th about migration due to severe weather conditions. Lisha poses the question of how we can teach climate change on a global scale so that people will start to take this […]
Science-loving folks and religious folks must work together in order to address the climate crisis. In realizing climate change as an existential threat to humankind, we must make a devoted effort to use the strengths of both to guide us in the right direction. While scientists are concerned with the changes that need to happen […]
Last year, Hollywood was changed by the allegations of sexual harassment and assault by women against Harvey Weinstein. These incidents that were brought to light were a turning point in American society in our recognition of sexual harassment in the workplace. Never before has the world seen so many recognizable celebrities speak up about facing harassment in the industry.
After announcing the Falcon Heavy in 2011, and multiple delays, SpaceX has successfully launched Falcon Heavy into orbit.
Meghan Markle is set to be the first biracial member of the British Royal Family. But why does her race matter so much?
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Odds are, you have been to a bonfire at least once in your life. If so, you know what it’s like to accidentally inhale a black cloud of smoke that clogs up your airways. What you probably didn’t know is that those clouds can be extremely detrimental to your health. There […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–Few drugs evoke the same negative reaction that heroin does. For most cities around the country where addiction is a serious problem, the goal is to remove it from the streets as quickly as possible. Ithaca, N.Y., however, has other plans. Ithaca knows that it has a heroin issue and what the effects of this […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–“I think it’s scary to be living [in New Jersey] with the constant fear of things like Hurricane Sandy,” said Dr. Catherine Duckett, Interim Dean of the School of Science at Monmouth University and professor of the Perspectives in the Science and Politics of Climate Change class with Honors School Dean Kevin Dooley. “In the […]
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 Light has earned spots on for decades, simply asking someone for a list of cities they would like to visit usually yields an answer with “Paris” […]
The Verge explores the Maldives and the source behind their glowing beaches.