Career Corner: Four words to supercharge your resume

Marc DeBoer Placement & Outreach Manager   As college students, it is imperative that you start creating your resume. Hopefully, you have started this in your University 1002 class. Assuming most of you have something created, I would like to discuss with...

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Essay: My ‘Stranger Things’ experience

Samantha Fabbricatore Entertainment Editor   In the last Pillar issue, I reviewed season two of “Stranger Things.” Now, I want to share how I went from watching from home to meeting the cast in person. The first character I met was one that...

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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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Opinion: A bittersweet win for Houston Astros

Erik Uyemura Staff Writer   The 2017 World Series ended with the Houston Astros claiming their first championship title, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers with a score of 5-1. It was nice that they had won for the first time in the franchise’s...

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Travel tips: Top five things to do in London

Jessica Tondt Senior Editor   If you are staying in Wroxton, whether for a semester or short-term trip, you will be visiting London. London is this big city everybody hears about in the movies, but what is there to do? Similar to New...

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SGA announces fall semester progress

Samantha Polidoro Contributor   Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus Student Government Association is happy and eager to announce the progress of our goals for the fall semester. After prioritizing the student body’s suggestions and concerns to better the campus experience of FDU, the...

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Opinion: In less than a year, Trump has set back the United States

Sydney Corio Staff Writer   As the year is coming to a close, America approaches the end of its newly-elected president’s first year in office. Overall, different presidents perform different acts to boost America forward while in office. Therefore, it is very...

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Travel tips: What to pack for Wroxton

Jessica Tondt Senior Editor   Congratulations! You were accepted to attend Wroxton College. Now what? When you are going away on vacation, you only need to think about a week ahead in terms of weather and the activities you will be doing....

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How freshmen can avoid registration confusion

Paige Fleming Contributor   If you are a freshman like me, then you probably know that registration for the spring semester is coming up. And if you are anything like me, you are probably confused. Yes, while this can be a confusing time,...

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Reflections on Coming Out Day celebration at Fairleigh Dickinson

Laurel Henk Staff Writer   For many members of the LGBTQ+ community, hiding your identity becomes a way of life. Fearing the opinions of those around you is often motivation enough to avoid ever talking about your significant other, or being assertive about...

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