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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Review: ‘Culture’ grabs attention

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   Migos is a Georgia rap group that formed eight years ago. The group consists of three rappers, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset. They are recognized for creating the signature dance move, “the dab.” The problem I have with...

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Opinion: The anniversary that too many missed

James Neidhardt News Editor   Dec. 26, 2016, marked the 25th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union, considered by some to be one of the most important events in recent history. The Soviet Union was founded in 1922 as a...

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Personal reflection: 25 years after the fall of the Soviet Union

Mark Tsyrouk Staff Writer   Last week, a FDU colleague of mine mentioned something of great interest. It wasn’t about the Super Bowl or the latest fiasco surrounding our president, but a detail that passed through nearly everyone’s mind during the winter...

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Faculty Forum: Lots going on in Visual and Performing Arts

Howard Libov Faculty Contributor   Sometimes I don’t know which way to turn my head! There is so much going on in the Visual and Performing Arts Department, and so much of it is led by students. Every year at IMAGES (April 26...

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Career Corner: Interviewing season is upon us, so be ready

Kelly Keyes, M.A., NCC Career Development Specialist   Tell me about yourself. What do you know about our company? Why should we hire you? What is your biggest weakness? Where do you see yourself in five years? Do these questions make you nervous?...

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Opinion: Mexico City Policy is dangerous

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor   The Donald Trump presidency is off to a tumultuous start. Between the president’s insulting tweets, a Muslim travel ban, controversial cabinet picks, “alternative facts” and false allegations of voter fraud, it’s exhausting. With all the outlandish...

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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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