Drew invites the Florham community to Drewchella festival

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Drew University, one of the three universities located in Madison, will host the second annual Drewchella music festival on April 16 from 12 to 5 p.m., and FDU students are invited to attend. Drewchella is primarily put on by...

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Analysis: Labor reform causes uproar in France

FANNY COUMAU Global Young Voices Contributor  In February, French Minister of Labor Myriam El Khomri proposed a legal text that would reform the labor culture in companies. Because of numerous protests and anger demonstrated by employees and trade unions, Prime Minister...

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Kanye West, ‘The Life of Pablo,’ music streaming – and why it matters

NICK GORDON Contributor The digital age has brought unprecedented changes to some of the most established media, altering them in polarizing ways. Physical copies of movies and albums have seemingly become novelties, while streaming services like Netflix and Spotify have become...

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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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Florham Campus shows ‘The Hunting Ground’ to mark the end of Women’s History Month

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor Anyone who watched this year’s Academy Awards would have seen Lady Gaga’s emotional performance of her song from the documentary entitled “The Hunting Ground.” The 2015 documentary depicting the struggles of rape survivors on college campuses was...

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Staged reading presents a cold interpretation of John Brown

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief “Marching Song,” a play written by a young Orson Welles and Roger Hill in 1932, was performed by a small cast of actors at the Florham Campus on Thursday, March 31, and showed another depiction of the historical...

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Author helps FDU students open up about sex and sexuality

ORE OBIWUMI Entertainment Editor Author Rachel Hills recently came to the Florham Campus to give a talk about her book, “The Sex Myth.” The book centers around commonly held misconceptions about sex in the United States, England, Canada and Australia. Hills stated...

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Faculty Forum: Findings from Fall 2015 ‘BioBlitz’

CAILIN O'CONNOR FITZPATRICK Faculty Contributor Last semester, a group of 10 sophomore biology majors and I set out to document biodiversity on campus in a semester-long “BioBlitz,” a field study consisting of biological surveys with the intent of cataloging species. Our goal...

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Preview: FDU’s theater chooses a musical with a message

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer The rehearsals for FDU’s spring musical are well underway. This semester, the theater department will be putting on “Cabaret.” “‘Cabaret’ is an incredibly real and timeless story about Berlin in the late 1930s,” said Morgan Prytherch, who plays...

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