Students show off talent with Colleges Against Cancer event

MARISSA HYMAN Staff Writer On Wednesday, April 1, Colleges Against Cancer held their second annual FDU Talent Show. The event, which was co-sponsored with Iota and Student Life, had 16 acts scheduled to perform. Three judges, who were faculty...

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Relay for Life

KAYLA HASTRUP Editor-in-Chief For Shawn Simons and Alvaro Llanos, Jan. 19, 2000 was not just another bitterly cold winter night. In the early-morning hours, arsonists set fire to a couch in the student lounge of the Boland Hall ...

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Graduation brings students home

MARISSA HYMAN AND KAYLA HASTRUP Staff Writers For FDU’s Class of 2010, and many soon-to-be graduates around the country, graduation may not lead to the “real world” right away. Instead, many students are making plans to move back home. According...

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Professor’s work featured on ‘Cake Boss’; Circus sideshow art becomes edible

MARISSA HYMAN Staff Writer Marie Roberts, an art professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus, had the unique opportunity to have some of her artwork featured in a recent episode of TLC’s hit show, “Cake Boss.” “Cake Boss” centers around...

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Radio makes new moves

KAYLA HASTRUP AND MARISSA HYMAN Staff Writers It was one year ago that WFDM-FM, the College at Florham’s radio station, moved to the Student Center in order to better broadcast to the student body. The main goal in mind...

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Nader offers perspective on health care

MARISSA HYMAN Staff Writer On Tuesday, Sept. 15, consumer advocate Ralph Nader came to FDU and gave a speech on his perspective of universal health care. Nader started off by saying that Americans put in more hours of work than any other...

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Nader comes to FDU

MARISSA HYMAN Staff Writer The College at Florham welcomed consumer advocate Ralph Nader to campus this week. Nader spoke about “Health Insurance and Health Care: The Battle in Washington” on Tuesday night. He also spoke Wednesday at a conference presented...

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First tri-collegiate symposium a success; Students and faculty showcase research

The first annual tri-collegiate psychology student research symposium was held on April 23 at The College of Saint Elizabeth. Its purpose was to provide a forum to showcase the research being done by psychology students in...

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