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Was 2012 Christie's lost opportunity?

In the summer of 2012, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie crossed the Hudson River to go to Winged Foot Golf Club in Westchester County, New York to play golf as the guest of a club member, according to a PolitickerNJ source who said he was present upon Christie’s arrival. 915 more words

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Thank you for visiting my website! I am Rachel Fisher, a recent Monmouth University Graduate. I have a degree in Communications, focusing on Public Relations and a minor in Graphic Design. 48 more words

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Happy Hunting Grounds

So. I decided to write a blog.

I have written blogs before mostly on tumblr (I know…) but it was time for something a bit more real. 506 more words

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Where in the world is Alex Blackwell?

It began as a quest to connect the dots between memories of a dominant low-post presence, the name that pops up everywhere in the Monmouth University record book, the clues sprinkled on international basketball websites and the gaping hole in the school’s Hall of Fame. 1,193 more words

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Second look: Who were your picks for Shore's best hoops star?

No one summed up my recent list of the Top 10 boys basketball players ever at the Jersey Shore — and the dialogue it ignited –better than Lee Pickell, who in a Facebook comment noted, “the dude kind of opened Pandora’s box here.” 1,856 more words

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New Monmouth University Poll Finds 'Deep Racial Divide' On Alleged Racism In The Judicial Process

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ (CBS) – A new Monmouth University Poll finds a “deep racial divide” on perceived racism in the judicial process.

According to the poll, black Americans are much more likely than white or Hispanic Americans to believe the police officer involved in the Eric Garner case would have been indicted if Garner was white. 386 more words

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Roots of Roselle Catholic's success trace back to Monmouth

It was a closed shop.

St. Anthony and St. Patrick’s, with 17 NJSIAA Tournament of Champions titles between them, resided in the rarified air among the nation’s top boys’ basketball programs. 619 more words

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