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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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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FDU’s New Sorority: Omega Phi Chi

Sarena Gerard Contributor Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has gained a new sorority this spring semester that dares to be different. Omega Phi Chi President Catryna Flores-Acosta says that the sorority brings a mix of cultural diversity and acceptance, as well as...

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Panel Discusses Communication Lessons to be Learned From the 2016 Election

Janique Baltimore Design Editor Most would consider the 2016 election a novelty that went on for far too long and featured candidates that instilled feelings of either complete support or complete disgust. There are myriad lenses through which one could view...

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Senior Committee works on class T-shirts

Jordan Gillespie Contributor   Seniors have already started counting down the days until their graduation this May. Senior Class Senators Troi Ward, Quami Brown and Dami Sangobiyi have organized a committee of seniors who can generate creative and dynamic ideas to make...

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FDU hosts second ‘Passage to India’

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   In January 2015, several Fairleigh Dickinson University students from multiple campuses took a Passage to India, a 10-day trip to Delhi. By the end of the trip, they had not only learned a great deal about the world...

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Students share experiences during event about black hair

Nu-Kermeni Kermah Staff Writer   India.Arie was one of the artists mentioned in a room filled with students because of her bold but relatable message when she sang, “Good hair means curls and waves, bad hair means you look like a slave....

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Black History Month 2017 begins on Florham Campus

Gabriella Shriner Staff Writer   Bright afternoon light filtered into the upper floor of the Monninger Center as students and faculty admired and discussed the latest Writing and Visual Expression (WaVE) exhibit at the Opening Ceremony for Black History Month on Feb....

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