• Monmouth University Magazine

    One of the best ways to stay in touch with Monmouth University’s alumni events is to read about them in the Monmouth University Magazine. This resource is a great way for alumni to keep in touch with their favorite university. Monmouth University Magazine is mailed quarterly to alumni.

    Alumni are asked to keep their classmates informed by regularly contributing professional and personal news for the Class Notes section of the magazine. For more information about the magazine, contact the Office of Publications.

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    Check out these brief excerpts of stories from the latest issue of Monmouth University Magazine.

    Spring 2015

    FROM MONMOUTH COLLEGE TO MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY: Twenty Years Later

    When the bells chimed across campus at 10:40 a.m. on March 24, to mark the anniversary of Monmouth gaining university status 20 years earlier, some of the many changes that have transformed the campus in the intervening years came sharply into focus.

    DANIELS FAMILY: Deep Roots in Community and Monmouth University

    Maxine '74M and Thomas Daniels '75M HN '01 have been a grounding force of strength and endurance in their community. Now both 88, they reflected back in an interview during Black History Month in February, on their 60 years of service. From founding the African American Heritage Association of Monmouth County in an effort to preserve and share their history to facilitating the Program for Acceleration in Computer Science Careers (PAC) along with their son, Daryl '82M, in partnership with Monmouth in 1984, they have remained steadfast to helping others with grace, courage and humor since moving to Neptune in 1950 and graduating with master’s degrees from Monmouth College in the 1970s.

    WOULD YOU LIKE TO SWING ON A STAR? Most Say "No Thanks"

    A national poll conducted by the Monmouth University Polling Institute on the 53rd anniversary of John Glenn’s first manned orbital space flight in February found that just 28 percent of Americans would take a free trip on a private spaceship if it was offered to them, including 38 percent of men and 17 percent of women.

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