The First Amendment: vital and vulnerable

If you care about preserving our democracy, you must fight for the First Amendment James Neidhardt Editor-in-Chief   Many pundits declare our democracy is in trouble. From Charlottesville to Senate chambers, politics appears to divide Americans in a way not seen in decades....

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Review: Escaping Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco

Gabriella Amello Staff Writer   What do you get when you cross suspense, mystery, romance, comedy, and dress it in 1890s period clothing? The answer is: a good time. A while back, I was intrigued by a quote I saw online: “You...

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Humans of FDU: Harald F. Parzer

  Simi Kalayilparampil Contributor   Animals, wanderlust, and a passion for science. These three things are the epitome of Dr. Harald F. Parzer, Assistant Professor of Biology at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Parzer teaches courses in Biological Diversity and Evolution, and is involved with the...

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The savior after Infinity War?

The new trailer for Captain Marvel makes it debut By Ashley Argott Staff Writer   Many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe woke up to a shock on Sept. 18th when the trailer for Captain Marvel made its debut. The plot of the...

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Library holds “Banned Book Read-Out”

Paige Flemming Staff Writer   Fairleigh Dickinson University’s campus library hosted its second annual Banned Books Read-Out! on Wed., Sept. 26 in the Orangerie. During the hour-long event, students were invited to learn more about the importance of free speech and impactful literature...

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Review: Prince’s “Piano And A Microphone 1983”

Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer To know an artist like Prince lived at any time is something of a joy to me. His discography remains the stuff of legends to this day. I feel so unqualified to even listen to his...

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The morality of a religious man’s daughter

By Tabs Curcio Contributor   I had finally made it to Friday. It was about 5:00 PM when I got home from band practice. I anticipated making my younger sisters Sadie and Heather’s dinner tonight, but when I got home my father...

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Review: Shane Black’s “The Predator”

By Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer   My cards very much on the table before we really get deep into this review, my favorite filmmaker is Shane Black. I wonder if I can be truly critical of his work, and I've pondered...

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Scarlet Stars and Little Talismans (A Farewell to Summer)

By Noah Miller Staff Writer   The scarlet stars coalesce like glassdust, specks of ember shimmering upon the lens. The crumbled remnants of the Red Giants, the ancient remains of the Behemoths of Fire, whose crystal shattered statues reign over the darkened fields, cascading crimson script...

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Laughter, tears, and questions arise after season 3 premiere of This Is Us

Athena Zinn News Editor   The season 3 premiere of “This Is Us” aired on Sept. 25 and continued to show the ups-and-downs of the Pearson family. Unanswered questions and interesting clues also came to light and added to the mysteries...

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