No more pink and blue aisles

JESSICA TONDT Staff Writer Try to imagine walking into a toy store and noticing the different types of aisles. Why are there separate aisles for girls’ and boys’ toys? (more…)

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Poetry corner

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor Let Us Drink Church You think that if you drink wine that tastes like church You’ll be closer to god. That the 10.99 bottle of Barefoot Riesling (more…)

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Opinion: On the Oregon shooting

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor I’m tired of people trying to tell me what the real issue is. The real issue is guns. It isn’t about mental health, it isn’t about a culture of violence, it isn’t about media...

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From ‘Project Runway’ to Fairleigh Dickinson

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor When I saw on a poster that Isaac Mizrahi was coming to Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus, I was as excited as any girly girl should be. As someone who does not really care about...

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Personal Essay: On writing

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Figuring out what I wanted to do in my life wasn’t easy (and the journey to figure it out still isn’t really over). It all started in my small town’s local library where I happened to...

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Student analyzes disappointment in repeated movie viewings

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief I have recently learned something about the repeated consumption of entertainment media. I have found that more often than not, when I rewatch or reread something I used to enjoy, I find myself disappointed. There have...

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Student reflects on FDU Speakers Series opportunities

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor This year FDU held its first New Jersey Speakers Series event at NJPAC in Newark. The Speakers Series featured Madeleine Albright, Alan Alda, Steve Wozniak, Olympia Snowe, David Gergen, David McCullough, and finally to...

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Student reflects on relevance of ‘Parks and Recreation’

ANNIE FILLENWARTH Contributor TV shows shouldn’t have the power to change you, right? They’re nothing but photons on a plasma screen, particles forming pictures that move and walk and smile. They’re scripted nonsense - dialogues strung ...

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Opinion: Florham Campus is safer than it appears to be

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor In response to the Student Voice piece published on March 12 concerning safety on campus, I have several criticisms. I am concerned that the piece leads to a false conclusion, that the students on...

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Opinion: Student reacts to seminar on gender balanced leadership

ANNIE FILLENWARTH Contributor When people think of the word “feminism,” it’s typically in relation to people like Hillary Clinton and Emma Watson or topics such as stereotypes and rape. But it’s not every day that you hear about gender in...

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