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Monmouth University Hosts Annual Holiday Bazaar Dec. 6
Monmouth University Hosts Annual Holiday Bazaar Dec. 6

Monmouth University will host its fourth annual Holiday Bazaar on Thursday, Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Anacon Hall in the Rebecca Stafford Student Center.  This event is free and open to the public.  Local vendors will be selling a variety of fun and unique products including jewelry, home goods, clothing, cookware and much more.

The event is sponsored by the Global Experience Program, which facilitates service trips for Monmouth University students who will spend their winter, spring, and summer breaks volunteering in Haiti and Guatemala. Proceeds from vendor table rentals will help support the organizations the students are working with in these countries.

For more information, contact Corey Inzana at 732-923-4768.

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Former Sen. Kyrillos Leads ‘Bridging the Partisan Divide’ Panel at Monmouth University
Former Sen. Kyrillos Leads ‘Bridging the Partisan Divide’ Panel at Monmouth University

Nov. 30 event is free and open to the public; registration is required

In the aftermath of the recent midterm elections that saw close, expensive, and partisan races, New Jersey political experts will discuss finding common ground.  Former state Sen. Joseph M. Kyrillos will moderate “Bridging the Partisan Divide” on Friday, Nov. 30 at 10 a.m. in Wilson Auditorium. This is the second of four panel discussions he will lead as the 2018-2019 Monmouth University Public Servant-in-Residence.  The first panel discussion in the series was held in late September and focused on pension and benefit reform.

The panel will feature New Jersey political experts including: Julie Roginsky, Democratic Party strategist and founding partner of Optimus Communications; Jeanette Hoffman, Republican Party strategist and president of Marathon Public Affairs; David Chen, investigative reporter at The New York Times; and Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute.

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