The English professor and celebrated poet talks craft, inspiration, and the essential nature of poetry.
Mindfulness meditation can help you become more attuned to the present moment, says Specialist Professor Cynthia O’Connell of Monmouth’s School of Education.
More than 100 artifacts are currently on display in the Monmouth University Library as part of an exhibit marking the centennial of the United States’ entry into WWI.
The suicide rate for adolescents has been slowly rising, according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We asked Michelle Scott, Ph.D., what can be done to reverse the trend.
Reader submissions for the Fall 2017 issue.
Specialist professor and photography expert Mark Ludak offers his advice on how to take gripping shots with mobile cameras.
Readers have their say.
A graphical look at how we view love in America.
Giuseppe Licata is coding his way to the top, one chatbot at a time.
The Scene at West Long Branch
A candid, annotated Q&A with Monmouth’s ninth president.
America’s pastime has helped waves of immigrants assimilate to the U.S.
Welcome to the new Monmouth Magazine.
Biology Professor James Mack comes clean about the effectiveness of hand sanitizers.
The scene at West Long Branch.
How can we cut through the polarizing partisanship that has gripped political discourse? Focus on evidence, not ideology, says Stephen Chapman, assistant professor of political science.