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When the Gays Move into Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood

Mar 11

When the Gays Move into Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood 

Pollak Theatre - 7 PM

Joe Bertolino and Bil Leipold explore the realities and human dimensions of living in a world of heterosexual privilege. Drawing from their own lives, their experiences as fraternity men and student affairs professionals, their family experiences, and the dynamics of their own relationship, Joe & Bil present this difficult topic in a non-threatening, humorous way.

Free Event


U.S. Feminist Movements  Select Social Histories  from Monmouth Scholars

Mar 25

U.S. Feminist Movements Select Social Histories from Monmouth Scholars 

Magill Commons - 1 PM

A panel presentation with Dr. Enoch Nappen, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, Dr. Katherine Parkin, Dept. of History and Anthropology, and Dr. Johanna Foster, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology. Part of the Artful Explorations of Gender Series.

Free Event


Sinatra: An American Icon Symposium

May 9

Sinatra: An American Icon Symposium 

Wilson Hall - 12 PM

The Sinatra Family and Frank Sinatra Enterprises are pleased to announce some of the major initiatives confirmed as part of this year’s Sinatra 100 centennial celebration honoring one of the most cherished entertainment legends of all time, Frank Sinatra. An icon who forever epitomizes the American dream, Frank Sinatra continues to have an immeasurable influence on popular culture: music, film, art, theatre, fashion and beyond. Sinatra was a true one-of-a-kind personality whose incredible achievements continue to inspire greatness in others. As part of this celebration, Monmouth University in partnership with the GRAMMY MUSEUM will be hosting a Sinatra Centennial panel discussion. Please check back soon for more details on speakers and schedule.

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