Review: Go see ‘Infinity War’

Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer Put down the newspaper, put down the phone, put down everything right now and go see “Infinity War.” I know this may sound like joke, but do it. Even if you have already seen it, go and...

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Review: Tweedy is one of the best in concert

Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer Although acclaimed Chicago indie-folk band, Wilco, are taking hold of 2018, that isn’t stopping frontman Jeff Tweedy from playing. Tweedy, the primary singer-songwriter for Wilco, is currently embarking on a solo tour to support his first solo album,...

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Pop and rap dominate Billboard nominations

Athena Zinn Staff Writer The 2018 Billboard Music Awards nominations were announced on April 17 with various chart-topping artists leading in categories that recognize popular genres in music. This awards show, which airs on May 20, celebrates the year’s past music...

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Student reflects on Record Store Day

Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer “It’s the busiest day of the year, far and away. It’s more than a good month of normal business, we had people lining up at 1:30 a.m. So we had about 200 people in line at 8...

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Reflection: Farewell FDU

Jessica Tondt Editor-in-Chief Making a deposit on your dream school is something many high school seniors dream about, but not many get to do. Luckily, I was able to make my deposit at my dream school and now I am excitedly...

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AURA hosts Pride Month drag show

Casey Spencer Staff Writer On April 20, the AURA club hosted a Drag Show on Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham campus. AURA stands for “Accepting and Understanding the Rights of All,” and the show took place in in the dining hall at 8...

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Perspective: A recap of recent events

James Neidhardt News Editor A series of notable news events took place in the last weeks of April, starting when a prominent lawyer and advocate of LGBTQ rights set himself on fire in an attempt to send a message on environmental...

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Internship leads alumna to post-graduate success

Kristina Wierzbowski Staff Writer Have you ever wondered what type of careers and opportunities exist for those majoring in political science? Ophelie Maurice, a 2016 Fairleigh Dickinson University graduate, provides students majoring in political science answers to this question and offers advice...

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Campus hosts 19th annual arts festival

Erik Uyemura Staff Writer Students, parents and faculty members recently attended the 19th annual IMAGES Student Arts Festival held on the Florham Campus. The April 25 festival included three events, each one in different locations: the Studio Art Student Exhibit (Rothman Building),...

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Noon chosen to head Florham athletics

Kristina Wierzbowski Staff Writer Fairleigh Dickinson University Athletics is known for its core values of trust, collaboration, dignity, leadership, fairness, innovation and a growth mindset. In the search for the University’s fourth athletic director, each applicant was interviewed several times with...

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