Poetry corner: When She Dates #2

SARAH VAN CLEF NEWS EDITOR I don’t know how to say yes - to answer back a text Or how to describe the sky without knowing where it ends. Your profile said you’re a poet - a writer from Westchester or Queens. I can’t...

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Essay: Finding home on Crestridge Loop

JENNA CORMEY CONTRIBUTOR As someone who used to spend her Saturdays buckled into the plastic seat of a ShopRite shopping cart, I find it hard to believe that “going home” in the middle of March doesn’t require a jacket of some...

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Student discusses the importance of a sexual assault support group

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor When I attended the screening of “The Hunting Ground” a couple weeks ago, I had not expected to be affected by the film as much as I was. Just like every other female, I have been inundated...

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Poetry corner: When She Dates #1

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor   When She Dates #1 tell me more about the sun, and global warming, your religion, and your dog.  (more…)

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Short story: Life at 524 Bellaire Avenue

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Time was ticking faster every second, or at least that’s how it felt to Carter. He had been sitting in the back corner booth of his favorite Italian restaurant for nearly 15 minutes, but it felt more like...

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Opinion: Credit card readers should be bought for FDU clubs and organizations

JESSICA TONDT Staff Writer The smell of warm, freshly baked cupcakes hits your nose as you open the door to the Student Center. The smell cannot be coming from the cafeteria; it smells too good. You start walking and see the table...

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Short story: Roses

REBECCA RUSSELL Staff Writer Roses were on the doorstep again, blood red in color and perked up in pristine condition. Eleanor heaved another burdensome sigh, shifting her gaze onto the letter gently resting atop the blooming bouquet. Furrowing her eyebrows, she...

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Poetry corner: Bottle

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer You grab the bottle, Like so many times before. I lock my door now, Like all the signs we ignored. (more…)

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Opinion: Feeling the Bern

REBECCA RUSSELL Staff Writer I was never really one for politics until I was assigned to write about a politician I supported for my Research Writing class’s first essay. I searched my brain for any names that I had heard recently...

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Short story: Life at 34D Washington Way

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief The three-story apartment sat on the corner of Washington Way and Brook Street. The third floor apartment of 34D was directly above Mrs. Molly’s Laundry Haven, a name that often got a lot of first-time customers coming in,...

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