Opinion: Police need to address the real problem

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor America has a police problem, and I’m not even talking about the countless acts of police brutality that have taken place over the past few years. I’m actually talking about the problem that has become...

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The ups and downs of Senior Writing Project

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor Every senior creative writing major at Fairleigh Dickinson University is required to participate in the Senior Writing Project in order to fulfill his or her creative writing degree. At the end of the...

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Movie review: ‘Deadpool’ impresses audiences with its raw humor and the destruction of the fourth wall

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief There are as many trends in films and movies as there are in fashion; what’s “out” one year is “in” the next. We’ve gone through our vampire obsession that began with “Twilight” and lasted until it...

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Review: Student reflects on book series’ personal impact

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor One of my professors recently gave my class the assignment of describing our favorite books. Being quite the bookworm, I was intimidated by the task of choosing my favorite book; how could I choose just...

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Panelists gather to analyze the struggles of African-American women and their hair

JANIQUE BALTIMORE Contributor The “I Am Not My Hair…Maybe?” panel, hosted as part of a series for Black History Month on the Florham Campus, was held in the Orangerie on Feb. 9. The speakers at the event were four different African-American...

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Former Def Jam CEO talks music and media

ANDREW DAKAN Design Editor Fairleigh Dickinson University’s celebration of Black History Month started with an event titled “Music, Media & Modernity.” The event, which took place on Feb. 4, was headlined with an interview with former Def Jam Records...

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Preview: ‘Little Women’ to hit Florham stage

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer The theater program at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus will put on its own production of “Little Women” in a few weeks on the Dreyfuss stage. The play is based on Louisa May Alcott’s classic...

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Student reflects on semester at FDU’s Vancouver Campus

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor It is human nature to make comparisons and judge one thing as better than another. So whenever someone finds out that I have studied at both the Wroxton and Vancouver FDU campuses, I am unsurprised when...

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A Writer’s Plight

ELENI ZEZAS Contributor Hummingbirds and lazy clouds await me. I find it hard resisting them while I’m Drumming words, avoiding crowds; it pains me (more…)

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Valentine’s Day: Get over it!

JESSICA TONDT Staff Writer Trying to find the perfect gift to get your significant other? Trying to book a reservation at the best restaurant in town? Why even bother? Valentine’s Day is costly and a downright materialistic holiday. It...

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