WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Where do we go from here? It’s been nearly six weeks since Election Day. It’s hard to say whether or not the dust has settled since the tumultuous election cycle we’ve endured over the last 16 months. For some, the outcome of the 2016 election was one of the greatest political […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – On Wednesday, November 16th, Monmouth University’s MOCC, or Monmouth Oral Communication Center, held a Post-Election Media Breakdown in Wilson Auditorium. The event featured four panelists that were familiar with media, journalism, and news reporting. The panelists included Hollis R. Towns, who was the moderator, as well as Aaron Katersky, Ben […]
A commemoration of the life of one of South Africa’s greatest figures, ever, Nelson Mandela.
Dr. Stanley C. Preczewski, nicknamed “Stas,” was the final candidate to visit the Monmouth campus last week.
In the second presidential information meeting, Monmouth University graced the presence of NJIT’s Dr. Donald H. Sebastian.
(The Verge)- President Barack Obama came into this second Presidential debate with guns blazing in hopes of scorching America’s negative opinions following the debate that occurred two weeks ago. Governor Mitt Romney, however, did not learn from the past debate; still interrupting the moderator, still being competitively aggressive, and still disregarding the rules of the debate. […]
Polls, turbulence in Libya and Cairo, and how much do we really know?
The Verge sits down with President Paul G. Gaffney II to discuss his plans for retirement.
President Obama challenges congress in his third and possibly final State of the Union address.