Humans of FDU: Buvaneswari Narayanan

Simi Kalayilparampil Staff Writer Dr. Buvaneswari Narayanan teaches courses in Biological Diversity and Human Anatomy and Physiology here at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Narayanan received her masters at Bharathidasan University in India and her Ph.D at the University of Maryland. During her...

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Dr. Dale Caldwell now leading FDU’s Rothman Institute

By Natasha Watts Staff Writer   Dr. Dale Caldwell has been appointed Executive Director of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. “As an institute of entrepreneurship and innovation, we really want to be the voice of entrepreneurship in...

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FDU resident artist and Vietnam veteran displays exhibit in Monninger Center library

By Christian Milan Staff Writer   Tom Miller is a Vietnam Veteran and resident artist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. His collection, “Reflections of a Combat Marine,” was displayed in the Monninger Center throughout the whole month of November. Miller’s display includes primary...

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Excelsior, Stan Lee

By Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer   The year I was born, Stan Lee was already into his seventies. Up until his death on Nov. 12, he was one of the most iconic faces in the world of comics. Lee was a prime...

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Review: “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” by The 1975

Christina Rego Entertainment Editor   After the successful 2016 release, “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It,” fans had been eagerly waiting to see how The 1975 would present their third album....

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Cru rings FDU into holiday season

Koran Lawson Staff Writer   Cru, the Christian student organization on Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus, will be hosting a Christmas Extravaganza event with the All God’s Children club and the Catholic Campus Ministry club. The Cru organization said its goal is...

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Does social media activism actually make a difference?

Sara Leppert Contributor   Social media is a powerful tool. It gives users the ability to connect with other people across oceans and to stay up to date on what’s happening in the world. In recent years, social media platforms like Facebook...

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Review: ‘The Haunting of Hill House,’ Season 1

Alanis Jarlson Contributor   Netflix’s new original horror series “The Haunting of Hill House” is the stuff out of nightmares. It reportedly has audiences vomiting, inducing panic attacks, and,  in some cases, has caused viewers to faint on sight. Although not all viewers...

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Review: Bohemian Rhasphody

Tyler Ledbetter Staff Writer   Quite possibly no other musical figure deserves a biopic more than Queen’s own Freddie Mercury. Although plagued by set problems, including its own director leaving in the middle of principal production, “Bohemian Rhapsody” displays enough to serve...

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Poem: Keep Running

Koran Lawson Contributor   From the lies, the cries Heaving Through the woods Out from around the hoods Satisfy me Burn with the flames; I can’t blame Keep the swim if must; Only to creep I must keep As the meadow’s far The famous beauty song heard Still I will—for I yearn To...

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