FDU radio club hosts talk-a-thon

Ore Obiwumi Editor-In-Chief   On April 20, the Florham Campus radio club hosted a talk-athon, during which various FDU students spent almost the entire day speaking about a variety of topics on the student-run radio. This was far from a normal day on...

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Senior looks back on time as RA

Athena Zinn Staff Writer With the semester coming to an end, many seniors will be completing their time as resident assistants in the dormitories of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus. One such RA is Katrina Elwertowski, a creative writing QUEST major...

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Opinion: The myth of the immigrant criminal

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief In what is unfortunately the current American political climate, immigration is consistently a topic of major contention. For a nation with such a rich history of legal and illegal immigration, it is unfortunate, though unsurprising, that we have fallen...

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New Jersey resident writes book, grows public policy think tank

James Neidhardt News Editor Despite great financial risk, New Jersey resident James D. Agresti has successfully pursued his goal of creating an online fact-source for public policy issues. He has also written a book, “Rational Conclusions,” which documents evidence for the...

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Opinion: Trump takes away Planned Parenthood funding

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor Last Thursday, while cable news outlets were endlessly talking about the “mother of all bombs” the U.S. military dropped on an ISIS target in Afghanistan, Donald Trump, behind closed doors, quietly signed a bill undoing another...

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Opinion: Christian conservatism is inherently hypocritical

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief Christian conservatism in the United States is an oxymoron. You cannot be both a good Christian and a strong conservative at once; it creates far too much cognitive dissonance. In order to do so, one would have to...

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Librarian celebrates 20 years at FDU

Janique Baltimore Design Editor   Eleanor Friedl would not have spent the last 20 years of her employed life at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus library if she did not believe it to be a worthwhile choice. Friedl’s first visit to the campus...

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FDU Colleges Against Cancer organizes Relay for Life event

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   Colleges Against Cancer, a student-run organization on the Fairleigh Dickinson University Florham Campus, seeks to bring cancer awareness to the community and collect donations for cancer research. On Tuesday, April 11, students gathered on the Library Lawn to...

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FDU Green Club plans an eventful Earth Week

Ore Obiwumi Editor-In-Chief   This month, members of FDU’s Green Club are working to create a more green atmosphere on the Florham Campus. The students are planning several events and activities for the days leading up to Earth Day (April 22), and...

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Former President Bill Clinton to participate in 2017-2018 series

Mark Tsyrouk Staff Writer   On March 23, audience members cheered in the theater at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in reaction to the upcoming presentations within the 2017- 2018 New Jersey Speakers Series, including former U.S. President Bill Clinton. The announcement,...

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