Opinion: In less than a year, Trump has set back the United States

Sydney Corio Staff Writer   As the year is coming to a close, America approaches the end of its newly-elected president’s first year in office. Overall, different presidents perform different acts to boost America forward while in office. Therefore, it is very...

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Travel tips: What to pack for Wroxton

Jessica Tondt Senior Editor   Congratulations! You were accepted to attend Wroxton College. Now what? When you are going away on vacation, you only need to think about a week ahead in terms of weather and the activities you will be doing....

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Homecoming game honors former athletic director

Brian Aronoff Staff Writer   The Fairleigh Dickinson football team struggled before a 49-31 win over Wilkes University at the Homecoming game. The team was firing on all cylinders on Oct. 21, as they were able to put a five-game losing streak...

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How freshmen can avoid registration confusion

Paige Fleming Contributor   If you are a freshman like me, then you probably know that registration for the spring semester is coming up. And if you are anything like me, you are probably confused. Yes, while this can be a confusing time,...

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Fairleigh Dramatics club to perform ‘Speech and Debate’ this month

Laurel Henk Staff Writer   What do you get when you combine homosexuality, teen pregnancy, political scandal and a couple of nude body stockings? You get a strange, yet oddly hilarious, concoction that can only be understood by attending Fairleigh Dramatics’ production...

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History of fashion on display at FDU library

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer In the Monninger Center, students can see displays of fashion trends throughout the decades in glass frames. Since it is the 75th anniversary of FDU, the university has showcased the history of fashion since the year the...

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Review: ‘Hi, How Are You?’ is powerful

Jeffrey Petrone Staff Writer   He has been covered by people like Beck, TV On The Radio, and even Tom Waits. Yet, Daniel Johnston remains an underground figure in music. The 56-year-old is currently on what has been called his final tour. On...

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FDU community members publish book about Vanderbilt-Twombly private chef

Olivia Kyriakides Staff Writer   Long before becoming Fairleigh Dickinson University, the Florham Campus was home to the wealthy Vanderbilt-Twombly family. What some may not know is the story of their world-renowned French chef, Joseph Donon. Donon was possibly one of the...

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Campus hosts annual Shakespeare colloquium

Erik Uyemura Staff Writer   The Florham Campus recently celebrated the 25th annual Shakespeare Colloquium. The event took place Oct. 21 in the Science Building and attracted both students and faculty. The Shakespeare Colloquium is an annual gathering that features four speakers in...

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist talks about pollution case during FDU visit

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   Toms River, New Jersey, was once a toxic dumpsite that caused cancer, and journalist Dan Fagin wanted to know why. On Oct. 19, Fagin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and New York University professor, visited FDU’s Florham Campus to...

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