Gripped by the claws of opioid use disorder, Nikki Tierney was convicted of child endangerment. Even after 13 years of recovery, it haunted her every move: where she could work, how she could interact with her kids. So Tierney focused on changing the law—and the lives of others who are in sustained remission from substance use disorder.
Monmouth celebrates a $1.1 million NSF grant, the move to a new athletic conference, and the launch of a new doctoral degree.
Maureen Dorment’s course on censorship helps students make sense of the current resurgence in book banning across the country.
After overcoming multiple injuries, Da’Quan Grimes is determined to finish his Hawks career on a high note.
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Nicole Halliwell gives us a tour of Monmouth's Multisensory Environment Lab.
Graduate student Sara Aniano researches the far-right rhetoric of conspiracy theories despite the challenges and risks.
Zack Sandler '20 is a producer at award-winning photographer Danny Clinch's Transparent Clinch Gallery.
Pitcher Trey Dombroski’s draft stock is on the rise.
Music news, polling reports, and other dispatches from West Long Branch.
Star forward Annick van Lange talks changing conferences, what she’ll miss most about Monmouth, and the two items she always brings to games.
Share your favorite memories of living on campus.
Megan Phifer-Rixey wins $1.1 million NSF grant for research into how urbanization impacts wildlife.
Rick Roberts explains the forces behind rising prices—and what can be done to bring things back to normal.
Jaclyn Isaac ’09 made a career switch that harnesses her passion for interior design.
Inside the Parton Broadcasting Center.
A new campus initiative promotes civil dialogue in the advancement of public good.
Monmouth's Teacher Residency Program provides K-12 schools with real value in an era of teacher shortages across the nation.
A primer on the Hawks’ move to
the Colonial Athletic Association.
Your guide to Monmouth-produced podcasts to add to your playlist.
The Alumni Association honored three graduates for their professional accomplishments and service to the University during Alumni Weekend in June
Discussion and reactions to our last issue.
Michael Barnathan’s expertise in machine learning has taken him from Google to Facebook and beyond.