Tag: Monmouth University

Artist vs. Designer In Mike Quon Retrospective

By Mary Ann Bourbeau WEST LONG BRANCH – Mike Quon considers himself fortunate to have had two successful careers – one as an artist and the other as a graphic...

February 7, 2019 | comments

Historical Association Welcomes New Leader

Sharp Walton left her most recent position in Philadelphia as executive director of the mansion and estate Glen Foerd on the Delaware.

February 2, 2019 | comments

A Jumpsuit to Start a Dialogue

By Mary Ann Bourbeau WEST LONG BRANCH – In August 2012, Sherrill Roland was about to enter the first year of his MFA program at the University of North Carolina...

January 22, 2019 | comments

Celebrating The Beatles Classic Album 50 Years On

By Mary Ann Bourbeau | Monmouth University is hosting a four-day symposium to mark the 50th anniversary of the November 1968 release of the classic album “The Beatles,” popularly known...

November 10, 2018 | comments

Patrick Murray: A Pollster for Our Time

By Eileen Moon | At this time of year it’s not unusual to receive a call from a polling organization seeking input from registered voters on the upcoming elections. Not...

October 26, 2018 | comments

DiMattio Off Leash: Fifty Years of Exhibition

By Tova Navarra | WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University is like a wild animal with 50 lives. All its galleries – DiMattio, Icehouse, and Pollak – are filled to...

October 15, 2018 | comments

Letter: Gratitude for Jay Kislak

The real estate and philanthropy world lost an icon last week. Jay Kislak, the chairman of The Kislak Company, passed away in Miami at the age of 96. In 2006...

October 14, 2018 | comments

Broadway’s Longest Running Musical Comes to Monmouth

By Mary Ann Bourbeau | WEST LONG BRANCH – “The Fantasticks,” the show that holds the record as the world’s longest-running musical, is this year’s Shadow Lawn Summer Stage production...

June 27, 2018 | comments

Digging The Little Silver Of Long Ago

By Rick Geffken | LITTLE SILVER – Directly behind the historic Parker Homestead, just a few inches below the grassy surface, archaeology students gently unearthed things forgotten by residents long ago....

May 22, 2018 | comments

Mongolia To Experience Life On The Jersey Shore

By Erik Jay Weber | WEST LONG BRANCH – The Jersey Shore is going to Mongolia. Students in the Monmouth University Peace Corps Volunteer Prep Program (PCVPP) have put together...

March 29, 2018 | comments

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