All Clear, Delayed Opening – July 23, 2024

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Publications and Media

88.9 WMCX (Radio Station)

88.9 WMCX-FM, located in the Plangere Center, is a student-run radio station. It has 1,000 watts of power and transmits over a 35-mile radius. Its goal is to train students for future broadcasting careers. Music programming includes rock n’ roll, alternative, metal, reggae, dance, soul, and R&B. WMCX-FM also features regular newscasts, talk shows, sporting events, and special interviews. Its staff is very diversified, coming from various fields of study, and is dedicated to making the station successful.


Hawk TV (Television)

Membership in HAWK TV is open to all registered Monmouth students. HAWK TV’s purpose is to provide a medium that encourages and promotes responsible, creative broadcasting, and to therefore foster the advancement of television education at Monmouth University. HAWK TV is located in the Plangere Center.


Monmouth Review (Literary & Art Magazine)

The Monmouth Review is the University’s official magazine for creativity in writing, art, and graphic design. Edited and produced by students since 1957, the Monmouth Review publishes poetry, short fiction, art, and photography created by Monmouth University students, staff, administrators, and alumni. In addition to publishing the magazine, the Monmouth Review sponsors on- and off-campus speakers, and promotes literary and artistic expression. All students are invited to contribute their works and talents.


The Outlook (Newspaper)

The Outlook is the student newspaper of Monmouth University. It has been student-run since 1933. It is published weekly, with staff meetings held every Wednesday at 3 p.m. The office is located in the Plangere Center. The Outlook covers all the news, sports, entertainment, and opinions on campus. The Outlook has received national awards from Columbia University for news coverage and layout. The newspaper is open to all students, regardless of major or experience.