Former President Bill Clinton to participate in 2017-2018 series

Mark Tsyrouk Staff Writer   On March 23, audience members cheered in the theater at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in reaction to the upcoming presentations within the 2017- 2018 New Jersey Speakers Series, including former U.S. President Bill Clinton. The announcement,...

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Opinion: Trump is no friend to LGBTQ community

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor   At the Republican National Con- vention, Donald Trump managed to do something no other Republican presidential nominee had. He actually said “LGBTQ.” Twice. The convention was a little over a month after a man attacked Pulse,...

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Students hold panel discussion on surveillance

James Neidhardt News Editor   On Tuesday, March 28, Fairleigh Dickinson University students participated in a Hot Topics panel discussion entitled “Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear: Debating Privacy and National Security in the Age of Snapchat.” The event took place on the...

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Career Corner: Making the most of your summer internship

Ryan Stalgaitis Campus Director, Career Development   Yes. That’s right. I did it. We are talking about summer! Believe it or not, it is right around the corner. With so many things to do between now and then (...finals, etc.), you may not...

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FDU to host Campus MovieFest in Teaneck

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   This April, the Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University will host the 17th annual Campus MovieFest, which is billed as the world’s largest student film festival. The Metropolitan Campus is one stop in Campus MovieFest’s 50-college tour across the...

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Review: Live-action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is worth it

Samantha Fabbricatore Entertainment Editor   Following “Alice in Wonderland,” “Maleficent,” “Cinderella” and “The Jungle Book,” “Beauty and the Beast” is the fifth Disney live-action remake. The movie was released on March 17 and has made over $700 million at the Global Box...

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Professor discusses recently published book, ‘NEO-PR’

Samantha Fabbricatore Entertainment Editor   On Wednesday, March 29, the Florham Campus hosted a book discussion in the Orangerie with Christopher Caldiero, an associate professor in the communication studies department. The discussion, facilitated by Dan Cassino, an associate profes- sor in the political...

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Opinion: Why hasn’t Kaepernick been drafted yet?

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   In the midst of the seemingly endless tirade of negative infor- mation about football players, from cases of domestic violence to news about the widespread use of performance-enhancing drugs, Colin Kaepernick shines as a bea- con of positivity. Kaepernick...

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Opinion: On Ted Koppel, the grid and the bomb in our backyard

Mark Tsyrouk Staff Writer   On March 23, I had the great op- portunity to see a lecture by leg- endary broadcast journalist, Ted Koppel. I was a bit too young then - nine years old - to see him on my...

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Student raises money for Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis research

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   Fairleigh Dickinson University junior Arielle Golod is taking steps to help fund research for Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis. Golod, a Phi Sigma Sigma mem- ber, chose to take part in the sorority’s Sister Hearts, which raises money for...

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