The Long Struggle
A Q&A on the civil rights movement, Black Lives Matter, and the ongoing fight for Black equality.
The Dark Side of WeChat
How the chat app turned “mega-platform” has become China’s ultimate tool for authoritarianism and censorship.
How Monmouth University is thriving through the pandemic.
Vote of Confidence?
Most American voters are worried about meddling in this fall’s presidential election.
A Snapshot of Who We Are
Patrick Murray, director of Monmouth’s Polling Institute, talks about a presidential election unlike any other.
Q: How Can I Have A Civil Debate?
Political science professor Joseph Patten shares tips on how to keep political discussions civil this election cycle.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about The Electoral College
A history professor shares his insights on the governmental institution that has increasingly become the deciding factor in American presidential races.
Words and Deeds
Athlete A’Liah Moore is using her platform to advocate and campaign for racial equity.
The Marketing of Social Justice
Comparing the Christmas Boycott of 1963 to recent protests by professional athletes.
A Musical Journey
Connor Rupp's love of Springsteen's music led him on a road trip that landed him at Monmouth.
What's In a Name?
The history behind the many monikers of Monmouth's marquee building.
First and Foremost
Jeana Piscatelli, the first woman to be elected chair of Monmouth University’s Board of Trustees, is right where she wants to be: helping to guide her alma mater to new heights.
In the Pits
A NASCAR jack man details life in the fast lane.
“Never waste a day.”
Major League Lacrosse MVP Bryce Wasserman is all about making the most of the moment.
News and notes from the spring 2020 semester.
A trip down memory lane and through the West End to revisit some of our favorite college hot spots.
Hawks photographer Karlee Sell shares her secrets.
Jimmy Criscione talks canceled seasons, writing a. book, and more.
A Day at the Beach - Rise and shine
Rise and shine.
Readers have their say.
Remembrance: Ronald Frangipane
Associate Professor of Music, 1944–2020.
What’s Your Favorite Hawks Sports Memory?
If you’re anything like us, you miss watching your favorite Hawks teams and players something fierce right about now. As we patiently await their return to play, help us relive the glory days by telling us about the memorable moments in Hawks sports history you’ll never forget. Whether you’re a fan or were a part of the action, send your stories and any photos you have to email@example.com.