Signs of Life
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.
Pieces of Home
International students share the mementos that remind them of home.
Kayvon Paul is still months away from graduating, but that hasn’t stopped him from being a force in the political world.
The scene at West Long Branch
Megan Hart is making the most of the opportunities she’s getting on and off the field.
Professor John Morano’s eco-adventure novels give voice to the voiceless.
Readers have their say.
News and Notes on the Monmouth Hawks
Karen Silva is training health care workers in Los Angeles to spot and assist individuals trapped in labor and sex trafficking operations.
5 Tips for Building a Personal Brand
PR maven Cassie Galasetti helps you
stand out from the crowd.
Monmouth University Names Patrick F. Leahy 10th President
The current president of Wilkes University will start his tenure at Monmouth on Aug. 1, 2019.
Rock of Ages
In Search of America’s favorite Rock band.
Striking a Balance
Diego Zubieta finds fulfillment in two seemingly contradictory worlds: art and football.
The early days of Monmouth's fourth estate.
Q: How Can I Preserve My Family’s History?
Melissa Ziobro offers advice on how to keep your family's memories alive for future generations.
The Morning Man
Brad Hennessy takes you behind the scenes at “Good Morning America.”
Many Happy Returns
Talking taxes and more with Doug Stives, CPA—“The Most Tax-Efficient Man in America.”
Getting Ready to Say Goodbye
When Grey Dimenna returned to serve as Monmouth’s president in February 2017, he made it clear his tenure would have a fixed endpoint, lasting only until the University completed a national search and hired his replacement. The announcement that Patrick F. Leahy will serve as Monmouth’s 10th president beginning Aug. 1 puts that endpoint in sight. Dimenna’s impact on the University has been extraordinary, perhaps nowhere more so than in the personal connections he has made with Monmouth alumni, friends, employees, and students.
As the University community prepares to say goodbye to its ninth president, we invite you to share your favorite Dimenna-related memories and anecdotes by writing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.