• 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.

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    Check out these brief excerpts of stories from the latest issue of Monmouth University Magazine.

    Spring 2014

    JOURNEY TO INDIA: Global Classroom Experience Inspires Students and Professors

    Political Science Professor Dr. Rekha Datta lives her life according to the wise words of the venerable Mahatma Gandhi: “Be the change you want to see in your life.” And it is this philosophy that has enabled her to help so many of her students over the years. But her profound influence stretched into another continent in January when, along with Dr. Richard Veit, she led a group of students on an international service learning trip to India.

    BORN FROM FIRE: WMCX Celebrates 40 Years

    On the evening of March 29, 1984, disaster struck WMCX. A fire, sparked by a faulty piece of equipment, devastated Monmouth’s student-run radio station, then a 10-watt operation with a broadcast reach that ended at the perimeter of the parking lots on campus.

    LONG JUMP TO NCAA: Mariah Toussaint Breaks Records on the way to MAAC Championships - Sets Sights on the Olympics

    It has been a stellar season for senior long jumper Mariah Toussaint, who in February became the first Monmouth athlete ever to qualify for the NCAA Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships. After completing an impressive indoor season, Toussaint was named the Most Outstanding Performer in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) at the outdoor championships on May 4.

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