‘The Hunger Games’ doesn’t fail to impress audiences; Dystopian film does not come off as a melodramatic teen movie

ALEXIS CAMARENA Digital Editor  Whenever I’m about to watch the adaptation of a book I really like, I give myself a pep-talk in the car on the way to the theater. These pep-talks became necessary after my viewing of Alfonso Cuaron’s...

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Open letter to Jason Russell of Invisible Children, Inc.

MONIQUE VITCHE Staff Writer Although I know the probability of you reading this letter is highly unlikely, Mr. Russell, I feel compelled to write it anyway. I want to have an open wave of honest communication (even if it is one-sided);...

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Once a basketball great, Iverson now ponders options

HANEEF ARBUBAKRR Contributor Raw, natural, electrifying entertainers who the country watched shoot out to stardom. Troubled, controversial, rebellious, misunderstood icons that America witnessed spiral from their peaks to dark depths. There are many similarities with the late great singer Whitney Houston...

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The first day of fake spring was a philosophical journey

JOHN SAAVEDRA JR. Student Voice Editor It’s the first day of spring and everyone is so goddamn drunk and philosophical. “It’s funny how all this obscure shit is getting into the mainstream.” The guy I’m talking to after a glass full of vodka...

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FDU softball sweeps Stevens during home field double header

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The women’s softball team returned from a successful Florida trip with a 5-3 record. During their trip, the team received production from both the offensive and defensive side, giving the players momentum going into their first home game...

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After slow start, baseball undefeated for the week; Devils rebound to the tune of four in-conference victories

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University baseball team was picked tied for second in the preseason poll for the Freedom Conference, but a 3-4 trip to Florida and two losses to DeSales had the Devils at 3-8 for the...

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Hot Topics provokes discussion at final Black History Month forum

AYINDE J. STEVENS Staff Writer Hot Topics hosted a dramatization by the cast of “Black History, Black Voices 3” on Feb. 27 in Lenfell Hall, with an estimated 220 FDU students, faculty and parents in attendance. “Black History, Black Voices” needed...

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FDU partners with Italian university

MELANIE ANZIDEI Managing Editor Fairleigh Dickinson University, a school that calls itself a leader in global education, has further broadened its horizons by partnering with the University of Bergamo, giving students the opportunity to spend a full semester in Italy. Though studying...

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As Black History Month ends, Women’s History Month begins

ANNIE SENDROWITZ Contributor On Feb. 28, three groups on campus held an event called “The Auction Block,” which addressed slavery, in Twombly Lounge. To avoid graphic and gruesome detailed images of how slaves were treated in reality, the actors and actresses...

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U.N. Pathways holds first ambassador forum of spring semester

MONIQUE VITCHE Staff Writer On Feb. 28, the U.N. Pathways program held its first ambassador forum for the spring semester with Ambassador Byrganym Aitimova as the guest speaker. Aitimova is the Permanent Representative of Kazakhstan to the United Nations, a position she...

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