Fairleigh Dickinson presents New Jersey Speakers Series

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor What do a former U.S. senator, a veteran TV and film actor, a founder of a major computer company, an award-winning historian, a former U.S. secretary of state, a political analyst and a broadcast journalist...

Continue reading →

Opinion: America and the enduring Kennedy mystique

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor This Friday will mark the 50th anniversary of the John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s assassination. The assassination, which took place in Dallas, was one of the most damaging events of 20th century. A whole generation that looked up...

Continue reading →

Opinion: Why Congress needs to complete ENDA’s passage

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor Last week, the U.S. Senate made a bold statement in passing the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA. The bill, which passed with a vote of 64 to 32, with 10 Republicans from states ranging from...

Continue reading →

Personal essay: A warm welcome back to Halloween

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor Now I know that it seems odd to be talking about Halloween in November, but for the past two years we have been tricked rather than treated to a normal Halloween by Mother Nature. Between...

Continue reading →

Florham Programming Committee revives Haunted Mansion event

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor After a hiatus, the Florham Programming Committee was finally able to resurrect the Haunted Mansion for Halloween on Oct. 30. The Haunted Mansion, a long standing tradition on the College at Florham campus, was cancelled...

Continue reading →

Lhota and de Blasio run for the ‘second toughest job in America’

AYINDE STEVENS Student Voice Editor It is perhaps the most sought after office in the land after the presidency. It deals with eight million constituents and 51 council members, appoints seven deputy mayors, contends with a $70 billion annual budget and...

Continue reading →

Review: ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor By now we all know the story about how J.K. Rowling managed to pull herself out of what she considered rock-bottom to become one of the wealthiest women in the world - all with the...

Continue reading →

Personal Essay: Thank Heavens for Friday miracles

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor If it happens on a Friday, it is some of the best news around. First, I found out about the exclusive interview Pope Francis gave to a Jesuit publication declaring that the Catholic Church should stop...

Continue reading →

Comedian explains how to get high, without needing drugs

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor On Thursday, September 26, the New Social Engine (NSE) held an event called “How to Get High Naturally” discussing alternative ways to abusing drugs and alcohol. The event’s name was based off the title of...

Continue reading →

Personal essay: Observations from an ever-changing NYC

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor They say summer in New York City is like no other, but it certainly has changed since “Do the Right Thing” came out all those years ago. Sure, tensions do flare at times and there still...

Continue reading →