Art Fair 14C: three-day exhibition, juried show hosts 50 galleries and 200 artists for the first time in Jersey City

Sabrina Scarpa Marketing and Advertising Coordinator In Jersey City, the first ever Art Fair 14C hosts 200 artists and 50 galleries in a 3-day juried show and exhibition. Image from Art Fair 14C. Over spring break, I had the opportunity...

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Captain Marvel is one of the most important MCU heroes

Samantha Barker Staff Writer The Florham Programming Committee of Fairleigh Dickinson University hosted a field trip for Marvel fans to attend a screening of Marvel Studios’ “Captain Marvel,” one night before the official release date. I am a huge Marvel fan,...

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Artwork: “Fall in love with the culture around you”

Niral Patel Artwork Contributor

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FDU replaces its tagline, ‘The Leader in Global Education,’ with a new phrase

James Neidhart Editor-in-Chief FDU's former tagline "The Leader in Global Education," written on a banner that alumnus Gregory Olsen brought to outer space for 10 days. Photo by James Neidhart Fairleigh Dickinson University has replaced its tagline,  “The Leader in...

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Hola from Cuba!

Ben Tetzlaff Staff Writer This past August, as I was heading into college, I received the first official Honors Program e-mail, with a list of five things that were going on at the time in the program. One of the things...

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International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management to put on annual scholarship gala, called ‘A Journey to China’

Christian Milano Staff Writer The International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management will host its annual scholarship gala in Hennesy Hall at the end of this month. Students from Florham and Metropolitan Campuses have been preparing the past two months for the...

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Review: ‘Anastasia’ is a stunning Broadway musical

Natasha Watts Staff Writer Anastasia” is nearing the end of its second year on Broadway. The musical portrays the story of a girl named Anya who believes she is the lost princess Anastasia, who is rumored to have survived the assassination of...

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Review: Madison Bagel Café, not your average Jersey bagel joint

Anna Fay Staff Writer Blending right in with the rest of the center of Madison is a great find to grab a bite to eat, get work done, or just hang with your friends. Located on Waverly Place is Madison Bagel Café,...

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Study Abroad: Italian perspectives on American university culture

Spencer Cowley Digital Media Editor The Italian students in front of Hennessy Hall. Pictured left to right: Laura Mandelli, Chiara Amormino, Anna Matellon, Cristina Maia Stema Terrano, Anamaria Gagea. Photo courtesy of Anna Matellon. During the fall semester of 2018, multiple...

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Art: “Wake Up”

Ella Azeri Artwork Contributor I made this piece to represent my feelings about global warming and climate change. As many people don’t take it very seriously, I thought maybe a relaxed piece of artwork, rather than a peer reviewed article with...

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