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.
Meet President Brown
A puff of white smoke at 7:07 pm on March 13, 2013, signaled a change in leadership for a crowd of thousands who gathered in Rome. Four hours and 4,295 miles away a slightly less dramatic announcement from Board Chair Robert B. Sculthorpe '63 shared the news that Paul Richard Brown was the first and unanimous choice of the Board of Trustees to lead the University as its next president following an extensive national search.
Monmouth Supports Habitat Project
President Paul R. Brown, students, and other volunteers from the Monmouth University community picked up hammers and scampered across rooftops on October 12 as part of Habitat for Humanity International’s 2013 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Union Beach, where more than 80 percent of the town’s homes were affected by flooding after superstorm Sandy ravaged the coastline last year.
When Giants (and Knicks) Roamed the Campus
“Monmouth Prepares for Giant Invasion,” read a headline in the June 20, 1972, issue of the now defunct Red Bank Register. The article captures the excitement felt on campus and by the wider community when the New York Giants arrived in West Long Branch for training camp.
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