For the first episode of The Verge Podcast, Noah Janowski had the opportunity to sit down with Monmouth’s 10th president, Patrick Leahy.
With the ever-changing NCAA, Monmouth works to keep the balance of Mid Major Athletics. Jennifer McGovern is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Sociology at Monmouth. According to the Monmouth University website, she is also a wealth of knowledge about how “sport both reflects and challenges social inequalities, such as social […]
On August 1st of this year, Monmouth University welcomed its own Rekha Datta, Ph.D. as the new Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. Datta has been a professor in the political science department at Monmouth since 1994, and she is also the founder of the Institute for Global Understanding at Monmouth University. […]
The Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted their Wipe Out event on Shadow Lawn on Saturday, April 21. The event provided inflatable obstacles to students and free food to the first 200 to arrive.
The Residential Quad was packed on the evening of Friday, April 13 as students gathered to watch an energetic performance by Max Schneider, better known as MAX.
It goes without saying that college is stressful, and that after months of relentless work, you can feel pretty drained.
Many freshmen attending college this coming fall will probably have the same questions on their mind – “Where are the parties?” “How do I make friends?” – and most importantly, “What should I major in?” Choosing a major defines how your college experience will go, and is therefore a huge decision.
On Saturday March, 3, Monmouth University hosted the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) for the first time in Pollak Theatre. The 2018 ICCA has over 300 A Cappella groups competing all around the world for the chance to compete in the finals in NYC.
At Monmouth, the amount of enrolled students is rising. The University is accepting more students, and more currently enrolled students, such as myself, aren’t graduating on time. As we stay here longer, we still need to come to class – and to come to class, we need to park our cars on campus. Rising numbers […]
Is it really worth attending a high school reunion just five years after graduating?