What I’ll miss the most

As my goodbye to The Metro and to FDU in general, I wanted to write a love letter to the people who have made this experience the most rewarding of my college career. See, even though many people...

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Graduation to be live on web

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s 2009 commencement ceremony will be available live on the Web. For the graduating class, which represents 52 countries, this gives families and friends a chance to witness the event. The live video will begin...

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Students forsee the impact of the election

America seems to be in trouble. People’s faith in President Bush seems to be falling with the Dow Jones, and thousands of people are losing their homes across the country. It seems that Americans, regardless of...

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FDU NOW campaign now at $30 million mark

Last year, the administration announced FDU NOW, a campaign meant to improve the College at Florham community, as well as the Metropolitan campus in Teaneck. At the College at Florham, a new library, which is to...

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TLR celebrates with NYC reading

The Literary Review journal celebrated 50 years with a reading on Tuesday, Sept. 25, by prize-winning author Russell Banks in New York City. The author, who has written the novels, “The Darling,” “Cloudsplitter,” “Continental Drift” and his...

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Students consider safety after more campus shootings

In the past two weeks, two school shootings have been reported by news outlets all over the country. First, Delaware State University’s students and faculty found themselves in a panic on Friday, Sept. 21 when two freshmen were shot...

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