MEGAN HEINTZ and MONIQUE VITCHE
When U.S. Senate candidate Cory Booker arrived at the College at Florham on Oct. 1, he walked into a completely packed room. Lenfell Hall was so crowded, in fact, that many students actually had to be turned away. Booker’s purpose at the school was to lay out his plans for how to make college more affordable.
FDU President Sheldon Drucker began the event by explaining to the audience how the university is making great efforts in trying to keep costs down by investing wisely and spending prudently.