Paralegal program hosts open house

Matt Harwood Contributor   The Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies recently held an open house for its paralegal studies program. On Feb. 23, Room 103 in Danforth Hall on the Florham Campus was packed with over 30 interested students, all eagerly learning about...

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Review: ‘Get Out’ is great commentary on race

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   In Jordan Peele’s debut film that perfectly marries racism, history, horror and humor, the protagonist, a young African-American man named Chris, ends up saving his life by picking cotton. “Get Out,” written and directed by one-half of the comedy...

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Documentary review: ‘Is Genesis History?’

James Neidhardt News Editor   Scientific ideas evolve. Theories and hypotheses are constantly being tested, rejected and revised as experimentation and evidence reveal new information. Yet, there have been many periods of history when the scientific community has arrived at a general...

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Career Corner: The role of body language

Marc DeBoer Silberman College Contributor   The role of body language during a job interview can largely dictate whether you will be successful in your job pursuit or not. Many HR experts agree that body language accounts for 93 percent of messages you...

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Reflecting on the death of ‘Jane Roe,’ symbol of pro-choice movement

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor The 1973 landmark Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion throughout the United States, is widely known. Roe v. Wade was always symbolic to me; I never really put much thought into who “Roe”...

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Students use Instagram, recipe book to take meals into their own hands

Neysa Schroeder Contributor   Students at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus have taken meals into their own hands, creating an Instagram account and recipe book to spread original recipe ideas. A couple of months ago, sophomore Andrew Remeniski decided to mix some sauces...

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College Republicans see increase in membership

Serena Gerard Staff Writer   Members of the Fairleigh Dickinson University College Republicans Club has increased this semester, and the group’s president attributes the rise to the November 2016 election of Donald Trump. Jonathan Daverso, the club president, founded FDU College Republicans in...

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Women’s History Month begins on Florham Campus

Nu-Kermeni Kermah Staff Writer   Fairleigh Dickinson University began this year’s Women’s History Month with a panel discussion about sexual assault, primarily on college campuses. The event, “Sexual Assault: Moving from Fear to Courage,” was held March 2 in Lenfell Hall. The panel consisted...

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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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