WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Monmouth University hosted Memorias – Geography of a Decade: Chile 1973-1983, an exhibition of 52 serigraphs, posters, and photos, from September 14, 2016 to October 14, 2016 in the University library. The exhibit highlighted social, political, and cultural significances in Chile in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. After 34 long years of […]
13th annual Global Understanding Convention at Monmouth University featured works from Aleksander Hermon.
Lee Sager is an instructor in the art of Argentine tango, and he brings his skill and expertise to the Monmouth University community.
Tattoos: to indulge or not to indulge?
The life of William McKinley is not only unique, but one of the most underrated stories in American history.
With the conclave approaching, heads have been turned and Catholics are left wondering just what has happened.
With the election near, it can never hurt to reflect on one of our nation’s coolest presidents, especially when the celebrity image is so close to heart of late.