A letter to lovers, friends, and cynics this Valentine’s Day

By Samantha Barker Staff Writer   There is a lot to say about Valentine’s Day, and there are a lot of feelings and emotions that are felt on this dreadful, yet simultaneously wonderful and endearing day. It is however based on how...

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And so it begins…

Reflecting on the start of the 2020 presidential election James Neidhardt Editor-in-Chief Welcome to 2019, the year that began the way 2018 ended: with buzz about the 2020 presidential campaign. That is what this year is for many people: a...

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Arizona Part 1: Lost in the desert

Anna Fay & Christina Rego Staff Writer and Entertainment Editor   I suppose we should have planned a little better, but we were so excited about escaping the snow and getting to see one of our favorite bands. During our winter...

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Business Column: 5 personal finance goals for every college student in 2019

By Colette Gillo Staff Writer   It is a new year: 2019. This means new goals, new experiences and a new semester here at Fairleigh Dickinson University. While some goals may have carried over into the new year, there are definitely new...

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Florham and Metro departments take steps to merge college of arts and science; expect unification by 2020

James Neidhardt Editor-in-Chief Faculty at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham and Metropolitan campuses have begun meeting about how to unify their curricula. The meetings are part of a broader university plan to combine elements of Florham’s Becton College and Metro’s University...

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Greek Life numbers up despite scandals nationwide

By Christian Milano Staff Writer Greek Life recruitment week formally began on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Florham Campus. Students interested in joining any fraternity or sorority had to attend the Town Hall Meeting in Lenfell Hall in order...

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Humans of FDU: Gitanjali Rizk

Simi Kalayilparampil Staff Writer Gitanjali Rizk is a new professor at FDU, currently teaching here second semester of Calculus I. Photo by Simi Kalayilparampil   Gitanjali Rizk is a new professor here at FDU, teaching her second semester of Calculus I. Rizk received her B.S....

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Perspective: If Roe v. Wade was no more? Ask women.

Rachel Marble Staff Writer   I do not have any experience when it comes to giving birth to a child. I do not have any experience being pregnant, and I have never had to decide whether or not I wanted to have...

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Poem: Standing Still is Hard

By Koran Lawson Staff Writer   Could you close eyes, Mister? Dawn nears, the edge of Sun Reflect yourself--look in, look out Eyes blooded, Bags as dragged as humans Can’t you spot the nearby tree? Embryonic as can be--strong as we. I want to pilot, if I may Endless...

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Poem: The Hierarchy

Meghan Dhawan Contributor   You’re obligated to pretend respect for people Those you know who aren’t as Wealthy Healthy Or strategic As you. You unfold empty promises from the back of your hand And make it look like shining Gold. Promised riches and pictures in exchange for fifteen minutes of...

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