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Student in winter cap peruses rack of dresses

Season of Giving

Donations of career-ready attire turn Rocky’s Closet green

A young man at the center of a row of students and adults smiles at the camera.

Leading With Their Hearts

Montclair’s 2022 American Heart Association’s HSI Scholars honored with pinning ceremony

two people wearing coats roasting marshmallows over a fire pit

Warmed Hearts

Employees enjoy outdoor end-of-the-semester winter celebration

A woman reads a book while another woman works on a computer behind her.

Singing Montclair’s Praises

Broadway performer leaves the bright lights of the stage to pursue a master’s degree

Three female students pet a German shepherd.

Unleashing Stress Relief for Finals Week

As semester comes to an end, therapy dogs warm hearts and melt away end-of-the-semester worries

Student and professor sit in red chairs in a science lab.

Three Words to Describe Montclair

A new film, Red Chair Stories, conveys Montclair’s academics, value and a sense of belonging

Two student EMT volunteers carry a woman on an orange stretcher while several students watch.

There When You Need Them

Student EMTs assist in campus and local emergencies; learn valuable lessons through Emergency Medical Services

Hinchliffe Stadium announcement

University Announces $5 Million Gift to Partner in Paterson Revitalization Efforts

Alumnus Chuck Muth ’77 and wife, Laura, make transformational gift to create museum and learning center at Hinchliffe Stadium

Screenshot of a Tweet by Twitter CEO Elon Musk, inviting users to vote in a poll that asks "Should Twitter offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts, provided that they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam?" Out of 3,162,112 votes, 72.4% voted YES and 27.6% voted NO.

Study: Use of ‘Groomer’ Hate Speech Increased on Twitter After Colorado Springs Nightclub Shooting

Findings points to impact of CEO Musk’s ‘general amnesty’ on the social media platform

Student Khara Brown

And Still She Persisted

Her college dreams once dashed by illness, EOF scholar resumes path toward graduation

A crowd of students direct their lighted phones at a man on stage.

‘I Am … Unstoppable’

Future College Graduate Conference energizes Black and Hispanic high school males to pursue higher education

Four students fill care package bags.

Gratitude in Giving

Students volunteer to help others during Montclair’s Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week