From the editor’s desk: Six unforgettable weeks in Italy

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-In-Chief I spent half of my summer in paradise. In all aspects of the word. From the middle of May to the very beginning of July, I travelled back and forth throughout northern and southern Italy. The adventure started as...

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Journals for people who don’t know where they’re going

JOHN SAAVEDRA JR. Student Voice Editor At the end of Spring ‘12, things were looking up. I had a good semester. I had self-discovery. I was about to start a new internship. I was looking forward to the heat, to the...

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Short story: Daydreamers need employment, too

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor I finished organizing the rack of clearance earrings. Then I looked at my watch. It was only 10:30. The store had opened a half hour ago and there were seven hours left of my shift. It was going...

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Decision 2012: Obama v. Romney on the economy

JACQUELYN BAUMAN Contributor If you’ve been on any form of technology within the past few months, you know this is an election year. Most know that the current political race is between Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, and our...

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Letter to the editor: Innovative on-campus program provides learning opportunity for senior citizens

To the editor: We’re all familiar with the role institutions of higher learning play in exciting young minds, but long ago FDU took this idea a step further. In the autumn of 1972, the school administration, recognizing that the need...

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FDU football finds new offensive weapons, get first MAC win

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University football team came into the season as underdogs on paper but have big expectations for themselves. The past two weekends they have proved their fight through a hard fought game versus The College of...

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President Adams leaves mark on Fairleigh Dickinson community

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief J. Michael Adams, the sixth president of Fairleigh Dickinson University, passed away this summer. He was 64. Adams, who began his term as president in 1999, had stepped down in May after his health began to decline to a...

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Leadership positions shift after retirement of Provost Greene

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor The summer break brought about a series of leadership position changes at FDU’s College at Florham campus after Provost Kenneth Greene retired. Peter Woolley, who served as founding executive director of FDU’s PublicMind polling and research group from...

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Monninger Center to open in October, following delay

SAMANTHA REBA Staff Writer The highly anticipated Monninger Center, which was originally set to open in September, will hold its ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct. 11 at noon after a delay in construction. The John and Joan Monninger Center for Learning and...

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New housing system in effect

LUCILA SPARKES Advertising Manager A major part of living on a college campus is experiencing life in a dorm room, where a student learns how to live and interact with his or her roommate and discover on-campus events that are targeted...

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