Drake’s new playlist, ‘More Life,’ disappoints

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   Drake is probably one of the biggest artists in music right now. He broke one billion streams on Spotify and his last project, “Views,” had incredible success, including high sales and multiple Grammy nominations. Now Drake has released...

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Opinion: Who knew health care could be so complicated?

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor   Over and over during the presidential campaign, Donald Trump told us we were going to “win so much, we would be tired of winning.” So far, in Trump’s short tenure as president, he seems to be...

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Opinion: Was Donald Trump inspired by Billy Flynn from ‘Chicago’?

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   Arguably one of the greatest lessons that we can learn from the 2016 Presidential Election is that our media can be very easily manipulated. All that Donald Trump needed to do was be loud and outlandish, and our television,...

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Students face ID problems at dormitory entrances

Athena Zinn Staff Writer   Students on the Florham Campus have experienced problems entering their dormitory buildings - mainly Rutherford Hall and Twombly Halls - throughout the 2016-17 school year. They were able to enter their individual dormitory rooms, but were unable...

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Student working to bring new Democratic club to campus

James Neidhardt News Editor   Less than three months after the presidential inauguration, a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus is working to establish a new political club. Nicolas Parra, a senior history and political science major, wants to launch the FDU...

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FDU student leader raises awareness about disease

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer   Sophia Vicari, a junior at Fairleigh Dickinson University, remembers how her stomach used to feel. Comfortable. Painless. Now, she talks about her memories of how it felt when she was first diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis. Vicari said that,...

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Mock trial team makes great strides in intercollegiate competitions

Ore Obiwumi Editor-In-Chief Over the past four years, the Florham Campus’ budding mock trial team has had several major successes in both invitational and in regional competitions. FDU’s mock trial team functions as part of the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), which,...

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For some, turmoil in London raises concerns about studying abroad

Victoria Pompa Contributor   A man mowed down people on a bridge in London in a terrorist attack on Wednesday, March 22, that left at least four dead and 40 others injured, according to news reports. One of the victims was a...

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Paralegal program hosts open house

Matt Harwood Contributor   The Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies recently held an open house for its paralegal studies program. On Feb. 23, Room 103 in Danforth Hall on the Florham Campus was packed with over 30 interested students, all eagerly learning about...

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Review: ‘Get Out’ is great commentary on race

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   In Jordan Peele’s debut film that perfectly marries racism, history, horror and humor, the protagonist, a young African-American man named Chris, ends up saving his life by picking cotton. “Get Out,” written and directed by one-half of the comedy...

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