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Volunteer helps student register to vote

Making a Plan to Vote

Find out how to check your registration and vote by mail or drop box

University Sees Record-Breaking Year in Grant Funding

Across disciplines, faculty have received more than $22M in grants to further programs and research

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The Latinx Experience at Montclair State

Celebrating the University’s diverse and dynamic Latinx community during Hispanic Heritage Month

Wear Your Mask Properly, Please

How to confront – or not – those who fumble mask-wearing or social-distancing

A A photo collage of New Jersey residents who lost their lives to COVID-19 over the last several months

Center for Cooperative Media Remembers COVID-19 ‘Loved and Lost’

The statewide media collaboration seeks to identify and celebrate every New Jersey resident who has died of the novel coronavirus

Gilman Grant recipients

Montclair State Students Earn Prestigious Study Abroad Scholarship

Both students hope to study in South Korea when travel restrictions are lifted

NIH Grant Provides $3.55M for Memory Disorder Treatment Research

Chemistry professor’s research could one day make a difference for those suffering from memory loss

Jonathan Alter, John Block and Steve McCarthy with Jimmy Breslin

Steve McCarthy and Team Win Emmy for HBO Documentary

Film on celebrated NYC columnists is a lesson for today’s journalism students

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Graduate Enrollment Sees ‘Unprecedented’ Growth

As the pandemic upends plans and jobs, students are earning advanced degrees to improve employment options, reinvent themselves

Positive Peer Pressure

Community Health Ambassadors help students prevent the spread of COVID-19

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Artist-in-Residence Wins Avery Fisher Prize

Cali School Artist-in-Residence and clarinetist Anthony McGill receives one of the music world’s most coveted awards

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Remembering 9/11

Photography professor’s photo became an iconic symbol of hope in a dark time