Florham students film ‘Tori on the Street’

Florham Campus senior Brant Sennett films other FDU students for the entertainment web series “Tori on the Street.” Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   “Sir! Excuse me, Sir!” yells sophomore Tori Sheffer as she runs toward a random student to ask him questions...

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Women’s volleyball team poised for post-season matches

Brian Aronoff Staff Writer   With a 19-6 record before Fall Recess, the Fairleigh Dickinson women’s volleyball team looked to come back to the Florham Campus rejuvenated and ready to compete for a spot in the playoffs. With only a couple of weeks...

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Exhibit highlights black comic book superheroes

Professor RAsheda Young observes “The Struggle Continues: A Student Writing and Graphic Arts Collaboration on Black Comic Book Superheroes.” Erik Uyemura Staff Writer   Students and faculty from the the Florham Campus’ New Jim Crow class and graphic design class collaborated to create...

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Reflections on Coming Out Day celebration at Fairleigh Dickinson

Laurel Henk Staff Writer   For many members of the LGBTQ+ community, hiding your identity becomes a way of life. Fearing the opinions of those around you is often motivation enough to avoid ever talking about your significant other, or being assertive about...

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Florham Campus launches new creative writing BA/MFA program

Sydney Corio Contributor   The creative writing program on Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has updated its degrees to include a new, five-year BA/MFA option. So far, one student has enrolled, said Gracelyn Weaver of the creative writing program. The BA/MFA requires participating students...

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Review: ‘Lotta Sea Lice’ has a wonderful groove

Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer   In “Lotta Sea Lice,” connection is key, though brevity is in somewhat short supply. On their first collaborative effort, indie darlings Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett play together in a way that most bands should. Both are masters...

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Review: ‘Turtles All The Way Down’ was worth the wait

Christina Rego Contributor   When popular novelist John Green announced in September 2016 that he might never write another book, readers everywhere were in shock, especially since many of his fans had been waiting more than five years for the follow-up to...

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Review: ‘All the Crooked Saints’ book is refreshing

Casey Spencer Contributor   When going about daily life, most people want some sort of miracle to happen all the time. Some go to extreme measures to find a miracle; they go on grand adventures and leave no stone unturned to find...

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eSports phenomenon provides opportunities for student gamers

Jake Karlsberg Contributor   Apart from the people who are passionately involved in the gaming community, most sports fans are completely unaware that eGaming is the fastest growing sport in the world. According to an Aug. 30 New York Times article, “Having already...

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FDU students affected by recent hurricanes

Samantha Fabbricatore Entertainment Editor   A few weeks ago, hurricanes Harvey and Irma rocked the south, leaving severe destruction behind. Hurricane Harvey flooded and destroyed Houston’s streets and houses, leaving many people stranded and homeless. Hurricane Irma tore through southwest Florida, resulting in...

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