Faculty Forum: The politics of fragile masculinity

Dan Cassino Associate Professor or Political Science   Men do weird things. Generally, when we’re talking about research on gender, we’re talking about how women are treated and how they respond to that treatment. But this ignores the many ways in which...

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Review: ‘17’ by XXXTENTACION is bad

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   XXXTENTACION, if you do not know him, was a XXL Freshman and one of the biggest names on SoundCloud. He probably has one on the biggest followings in amateur music right now. XXXTENTACION is 19 years old and...

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Campus library holds Banned Books Readout

Rachel Marble Contributor   What do “The Catcher in the Rye,” “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and the “Harry Potter” series have in common? Can’t guess? They are all on a growing list of books that have been banned or challenged in parts of...

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Theater Program announces 2017-18 shows, with ‘Company’ up first

Erik Uyemura Contributor   The Theater Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has announced the shows for the 2017-2018 school year. The performances that will take place on the main stage in Dreyfuss Theater are “Company,” “Summer and Smoke,” “Sister Act” and...

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Florham Campus holds first-ever Farmers Market

Samantha Fabbricatore Entertainment Editor   The Florham Programming Committee (FPC) held FDU’s first ever Farmers Market on Sunday, Sept. 17, on the Library Lawn. The event was part of Devil Days, a calendar of events that occurs at the beginning of every new...

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Campus groups collect donations for hurricane-relief efforts

Brian Aronoff Contributor   The 2017 hurricane season is upon us, and already two major hurricanes have hit the continental United States: Harvey, which affected the lives of many in Houston, and Irma, which damaged much of Florida. These two storms have...

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Florham Campus launches new School of Public and Global Affairs

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   Among several campus additions this year, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has launched its new School of Public and Global Affairs. The new school consists of several programs aimed at improving the university’s initiatives in public and global...

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Student recounts Wroxton tea time

Jessica Tondt Senior Editor   “Well it’s just about tea time,” John, the school’s driver, said as he parked in front of the Wroxton Abbey. “Thanks John,” all of us mur- mured as we climbed out of the van. We walked toward the...

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Review: ‘Luv is Rage 2’ is a great album

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   Lil Uzi Vert is a rapper/rockstar from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “Luv is Rage 2” is the sequel to Uzi’s first project, “Luv is Rage,” which came out in 2015. “Luv is Rage 2” is his first studio album...

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Opinion: What is truth in a post-truth world?

James Neidhardt News Editor   What is truth? The answer, it seems, depends on whom you ask. We live in a society that has largely abandoned the idea of objective truth, or as Francis Schaeffer put it, “true truth.” This is largely...

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