A medical social worker recounts her experience helping COVID-19 patients at one Jersey Shore hospital.
A counseling professor examines the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An EMT shares what it’s like working in a COVID-19 hot zone.
How COVID-19 is affecting life inside one rehab and long-term care facility.
Step inside a New York City ICU during the peak of the outbreak.
A pulmonologist takes on COVID-19 in the ICU and on social media.
Readers recall tales of triumph, tragedy, and the Talking Heads in our round-up of college job memories.
René Stone discovered the benefits of equine therapy while recovering from her own personal trauma. Now she’s using horses to help veterans suffering from PTSD.
Monmouth faculty weigh in on the defining issue of our time: climate change.
Sixty years after the revolution, Cuban voices tell their stories.
When a tragic accident left his son severely disabled, Christian Kane set out to create a facility where children with special needs can experience the simple joys of childhood. His vision is finally becoming a reality.
Kathy Kelly examines the past through the lens of the paranormal.
Challenges lie ahead for American colleges and universities. President Patrick F. Leahy explains why Monmouth University is uniquely positioned to meet them head on.
After nearly a decade as a star wideout for the Dallas Cowboys, Miles Austin took on a new challenge: finishing his degree.
Monmouth University researchers are helping to pioneer a marine life detection technique that holds the promise of being less expensive, more humane, and more revealing than other longstanding scientific methods.
Class of 2019 grads share where they’re headed next, and how Monmouth helped them get there.
International students share the mementos that remind them of home.
Melissa Surdez was given six months to live. Now, nearly seven years later, she’s telling others that “terminal” doesn’t have to mean they should stop living.
When Frank Gogol began processing a personal tragedy, he turned to an unexpected source: comics
Can education and economic empowerment put an end to the gender-based violence that has plagued the world’s largest democracy?
Brian Hanlon ’88 sees his subjects—athletes, coaches, mascots, religious and historical figures—from a unique perspective.
From betta fish to boa constrictors, Jen Steinman ’10M helps grieving pet owners deal with the loss of a beloved companion.
Monmouth researchers are tracking sharks off the coast of New Jersey in an effort to better understand how improper catch and release affects their numbers.
With his professional baseball career over, Jake Gronsky is focusing on his other passion: writing. His new book, “A Short Season,” tells the true story of his friend, Josiah Viera, a boy with a rare disease and an even rarer ability to inspire everyone he meets.