Author tells students about volunteerism, Nepal and the horrors of human trafficking

KRISTEN ORDONEZ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Conor Grennan, author of the book “Little Princes: One Man’s Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal,” visited the Florham Campus to discuss his book and the experiences that led him to write it. The event...

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Housing situation addressed

REBECCA RUSSELL STAFF WRITER For the past two years, housing has been a topic of discussion on FDU’s Florham Campus. This past fall semester, students were housed in the neighboring College of Saint Elizabeth dorms, along with a few hotel rooms...

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An inside look at three films premiering at the 2016 Turick Screenings

KRISTEN ORDONEZ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Next week, the senior students of the Florham Campus’ film department will host a thesis night to display projects on which they have been working over the past year. Their films will be shown at the event, presented by...

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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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FDU professor discusses torture

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor The utility and morality of CIA interrogation techniques has been a subject of debate in America for years. John Schiemann, associate professor of political science at FDU’s Florham Campus, has contributed to the conversation through the publication...

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Female panelists highlight ‘the role of women’ around the world at Florham Campus event

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief The first LEAD NOW event of the spring semester was presented at FDU’s Florham Campus on March 2. Faculty, staff and students gathered in Lenfell Hall for a panel discussion titled “The Role of Women: A Global Perspective.”...

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Debate Club participates in Hot Topics discussion of gun control

REBECCA RUSSELL Staff Writer Gun control has been a hot topic of debate in recent years, amid mass shootings in the United States of America. To encourage discussion on this issue, the Student Government Association and Becton College hosted a Hot Topics...

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Remembering FDU student Rob Critelli

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief On Nov. 10, students at Fairleigh Dickinson’s Florham Campus were informed of tragic news. Rob Andrew Critelli, a junior finance major at FDU, was killed in a car accident on the New Jersey Turnpike the night...

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