Monmouth University Magazine
One of the best ways to stay in touch with Monmouth University’s alumni events is to read about them in the Monmouth University Magazine. This resource is a great way for alumni to keep in touch with their favorite university. Monmouth University Magazine is mailed quarterly to alumni.
Alumni are asked to keep their classmates informed by regularly contributing professional and personal news for the Class Notes section of the magazine. For more information about the magazine, contact the Office of Publications.
Check out these brief excerpts of stories from the latest issue of Monmouth University Magazine.
More than 200 guests attended the dedication of the new Joan & Robert Rechnitz Hall on January 27. They streamed in to see the inaugural exhibit, “Faculty & Friends,” which was postponed from a November debut because of widespread disruption caused by superstorm Sandy.
On the morning of October 30, 2012, people along the Jersey Shore woke to sand-laden streets, downed power lines and bridges, scattered boats and persistent floodwaters. Lucky residents were left without power — often for more than a week — but with their homes dry and intact. The less fortunate scrambled to find a safe haven after suffering total property loss, while others desperate for basic medical care sought refuge in local emergency shelters—including those at the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC) on the Monmouth University campus.
Award-winning producer of the 2012 blockbuster film, "The Hunger Games," Jon Kilik HN '13 addressed more than 400 graduates on January 18 at Monmouth University’s third winter commencement ceremony at the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC).