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On The Map

Every college student should be proud of the school they go to. Whether it be because the academics are outstanding (Harvard), the location is prime (Pepperdine) or the Athletics program is out of this world (so many schools). 590 more words


Event: Ties That Bind, NJ Premier

Last week, I had the honor of photography a very interesting event: The New Jersey premier of The Ties That Bind documentary that will premier on HBO this coming Saturday. 647 more words


What A Weekend To Be A Hawk

Oh how sweet it is to be a Monmouth Hawk.

The fall sports teams seem to be getting more comfortable in their respected leagues, the MAAC and the Big South. 743 more words


Jeff Singer, Camden Rivershark and South Jersey Native, Signed By Phillies

Left Handed Pitcher Jeff Singer was born in Philadelphia and spent most of his life in New Jersey.

He went to Gloucester County College for two years, where he was a 2 time All-American National Champion and National Player of the Year. 580 more words

Independent Ball

Ink & Electricity lecture Thursday Nov. 12 at Monmouth

Monmouth used the cover of the odd crowd-sourced anthology, Heart Throbs: The Old Scrapbook. The editor asked newspaper readers to send in their favorite poems, etc., with the idea that they were tucked away inside scrapbooks. 38 more words

19th Century Media

FOOTBALL: Moore just wants to see the end zone

Lonnie Moore loves a challenge.

A 5-foot-10, 170-pound wide receiver, the senior licks his chops when he sees one-on-one coverage. It’s an opportunity to show what he’s all about, and move the Paul VI High School football team that much closer to the end zone. 686 more words