Vegetarians and vegans hope for expanded menu options in cafeteria

Christina Rego Contributor   With the new, colorful renovations to the Florham Campus cafeteria this semester, many people thought that new food options would be added, especially for vegetarian and vegan students, who had limited options in the past. At Fairleigh Dickinson University,...

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Local employers take part in career fair

Jordan Villagra Contributor   Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus recently partnered with more than 15 local employers to assist students in securing professional opportunities by showing them how to network at a “Meet Your Neighbors” Career Fair. Some of the businesses that participated...

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‘Summer and Smoke’ to hit Dreyfuss stage next month

Brian Aronoff Staff Writer   The Fairleigh Dickinson University theater program will end the fall semester with performances of Tennessee Williams’ “Summer and Smoke.” “Summer and Smoke,” written by Williams in 1948, has had several adaptations over the years, including a film version...

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Campus hosts annual Shakespeare colloquium

Erik Uyemura Staff Writer   The Florham Campus recently celebrated the 25th annual Shakespeare Colloquium. The event took place Oct. 21 in the Science Building and attracted both students and faculty. The Shakespeare Colloquium is an annual gathering that features four speakers in...

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist talks about pollution case during FDU visit

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   Toms River, New Jersey, was once a toxic dumpsite that caused cancer, and journalist Dan Fagin wanted to know why. On Oct. 19, Fagin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and New York University professor, visited FDU’s Florham Campus to...

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Becton College hosts panel on taking a knee

Liam Ryan Contributor   Taking a knee during the national anthem has become a big issue in the National Football League. Colin Kaepernick, an NFL quarterback, started taking a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality. On Monday, Oct. 23, Fairleigh Dickinson...

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U.N. representative discusses reform and its challenges

Rachel Marble Staff Writer   On Tuesday, Oct. 24, FDU celebrated United Nations Day by inviting Vladimir Drobnjak, permanent representative of Croatia, to speak about United Nations reform prospects and challenges. Drobnjak spoke with Diana Cvitan, director of the Office of Global Learning...

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Public Safety releases 2016 Florham Campus crime statistics

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   On Sept. 28, the Department of Public Safety on FDU’s Florham Campus released its 2016 Clery Report, which records that there were seven on-campus rapes; three cases of domestic violence, two of which occurred in student housing;...

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Florham students film ‘Tori on the Street’

Florham Campus senior Brant Sennett films other FDU students for the entertainment web series “Tori on the Street.” Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   “Sir! Excuse me, Sir!” yells sophomore Tori Sheffer as she runs toward a random student to ask him questions...

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Exhibit highlights black comic book superheroes

Professor RAsheda Young observes “The Struggle Continues: A Student Writing and Graphic Arts Collaboration on Black Comic Book Superheroes.” Erik Uyemura Staff Writer   Students and faculty from the the Florham Campus’ New Jim Crow class and graphic design class collaborated to create...

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