Monmouth University has lost more than $24 million in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, seen hundreds of infections, and canceled athletic competitions. But Monmouth President Patrick Leahy sees brighter days ahead: “Our great hope is that by that time our country will be back to whatever the new normal is and that means that most Americans will be vaccinated and hopefully our whole campus community will be vaccinated.”
Monmouth In The News
In this issue: The struggle for Black equality; the dark side of WeChat; the good, the bad, and the ugly about the Electoral College; the marketing of social justice; popular student hangouts through the years; and more.
How the chat app turned “mega-platform” has become China’s ultimate tool for authoritarianism and censorship.
A Q&A on the civil rights movement, Black Lives Matter, and the ongoing fight for Black equality.