Certificate of occupancy needed for opening of Monninger Center

SAMANTHA REBA Staff Writer The John and Joan Monninger Center for Learning and Research has come a long way since it broke ground last fall. The center is expected to open after it receives a certificate of occupancy. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was...

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Opinion: Wise American public gives Obama four more years

CHRIS BEDELL Staff Writer It was really a relief to see that the American people made the right choice on Election Day and re-elected Barack Obama. After several debates Mitt Romney failed to improve his image and continued on about the...

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Hurricane Sandy delays playoffs for soccer, field hockey teams

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor When Hurricane Sandy made its way toward New Jersey, Fairleigh Dickinson University advised its students to go home for what would turn into a long break. The FDU Athletic Department had three teams place in the Middle Atlantic Conference...

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Ceremony celebrates the life of FDU President J. Michael Adams

ALEXIS CAMARENA Senior Editor The stage of Dickinson Hall’s Wilson Auditorium was softly lit by a vibrant, violet hue, as a solemn rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” filled the venue while faculty members, alumni and a few students ambled in....

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WAMFEST’s fall schedule includes student performances

ANDREW RUSSO Contributor College is a time for experience and growth and, most importantly, learning. On campuses across the country, students learn new things about themselves every day. This week, students at Fairleigh Dickinson’s College at Florham had the opportunity to...

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‘Harry Potter’ author stops in New York on tour for new book

LUCILA SPARKES Advertising Manager The conversations among excited groups of individuals slowly changed into overpowering chants and screams as world renowned author J.K. Rowling entered the stage at the H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City. On Oct. 16,...

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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated at College at Florham

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor On Oct. 17, the closing ceremony marking the end of the Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations took place in Lenfell Hall at the College at Florham campus. National observance of Hispanic heritage began in 1968 under President Lyndon B....

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FDU alum returns to give history of campaign advertising

SAMANTHA REBA Staff Writer On Oct. 9, Michael Lesser returned to FDU to deliver the second part of his three-part series about advertising during elections, this time focusing on the historical overview of 60 years of campaign advertising. Lesser, who worked with...

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Review: ‘Argo’ is a ‘fantastic, well-made film

JONATHAN SCOTT Staff Writer It is rare when second chances are given to actors and actresses who have fallen far from the popular eye of movie-goers. Take, for example, Ben Affleck. Affleck used to be one of the biggest stars on the planet,...

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