A celebrated 1965 graduate of Monmouth University who built a legendary career in journalism will return to the campus on Nov. 11 to be honored for her achievements and her generosity to her alma mater. Linda Deutsch, the esteemed Associated Press trial reporter, has pledged a $1 million planned gift to establish an endowed scholarship fund for aspiring Monmouth journalism students.
The Monmouth University Poll finds that about half the American public loves Halloween and half does not. Most parents say their kids will be trick-or-treating this year, but not without an adult chaperone – even the teenagers. Just under one-third of adults will also be donning a Halloween costume, but one with blackface makeup is a definite no-no. The poll also finds the nation’s most popular candy is a runaway favorite.
Monmouth In The News
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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.