Opinion: The New Jersey Democratic Gubernatorial Primary

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief According to Governing Magazine, the Republican Party is extremely vulnerable in the 2017 New Jersey gubernatorial race for a number of reasons. The first is that New Jersey has not elected two consecutive Republican governors since 1947, a...

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Opinion: Why Betsy DeVos is a Controversial Pick for Secretary of Education

Elise Foster Contributor Betsy DeVos' name has been strewn across media headlines and shoved in our faces on almost all social media platforms - and the attention is not positive. DeVos' name has special meaning to us, particularly to students, since...

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Opinion: Republicans are putting party over country

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor Remember Hillary Clinton’s emails? The private server? Remember how Republicans were calling for an investigation into said emails if she were to win the election in November? After all, according to many Republicans in Congress, our...

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FDU Clubs Host Dance-A-Thon to Support Local Soup Kitchen

Emily Mayes and Taylor Pastrick Contributors The two-year-old club Pay It Forward held its second annual Dance-A-Thon on Friday, Feb. 10, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  The event, co-hosted by Men of Purpose, took place in the school cafeteria with...

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FDU Hosts Fifth Summer Trip to Italy

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief This summer, Professor Gloria Pastorino, who teaches French and Spanish on the Florham Campus, will be hosting a trip to Bergamo, Italy. This will be Fairleigh Dickinson University’s fifth trip to Italy, although only the third to Bergamo. Pastorino...

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Preview: FDU’s Production of ‘Legally Blonde’ the Musical

Michele D'Aries Contributor This semester’s first main stage production on the Florham Campus will be “Legally Blonde,” which opens on March 24. If you have never seen the movie, it is about a blonde sorority girl named Elle Woods, who gets...

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Preview of FDU women’s spring sports

Jake Alercio Contributor The women at FDU have never messed around with athletics and, within the last few years, there have been some very successful female Devils teams and athletes. As the spring season rolls around, the athletes plan to keep...

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Preview of FDU men’s spring sports

Jake Alercio Contributor As we hit the heart of the winter, the Fairleigh Dickinson spring athletes begin preparation for the long season that lies ahead of them. The men’s teams that compete at the Division lll level here at Fairleigh Dickinson University...

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FDU Offers New African American Studies Course, “The New Jim Crow”

Janique Baltimore Design Editor A new African American studies course offered at Fairleigh Dickinson University this spring semester is called “The New Jim Crow.” It satisfies an African American studies minor requirement, and can also substitute for a general education requirement...

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Honors Program Offers a New Housing Option for Upperclassmen

Athena Zinn Contributor The Honors Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has developed a new housing option for upperclassmen. The program will take effect in the Fall 2017 semester, and Building 3 in The Village will be the site for...

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