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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‘Gypsy,’ the ‘greatest’ American musical, to come to FDU

MEGAN HEINTZ  News Editor On March 31, the Fairleigh Dickinson University Alumni Association is sponsoring a dinner and a special performance of the musical “Gypsy.” Directed by Stephen Hollis and musical director Allen Cohen, along with choreographer Cindy Thole, “Gypsy” is based...

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‘Wanderlust’ review: Apatow knocks another out of the park

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief I saw “Wanderlust” this weekend as sort of an afterthought. There were two movies that I wanted to see more but due to some scheduling difficulties I ended up going to “Wanderlust.” I was not disappointed in the least....

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Oscars review: Cinema’s biggest night was a ‘snoozer’

MEGAN HEINTZ News Editor The 84th Annual Academy Awards aired Sunday, Feb. 26, on ABC. Yet film’s biggest night was a snoozer, according to television critics. According to NPR blogger Linda Holmes, “It wasn’t a very good telecast, but Crystal and...

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Opinion: The Republican war on women needs to stop; Resisting the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act could hurt women

MONIQUE VITCHE Staff Writer For the last few months, there has been a war on women. In fact, as news reports over the last few weeks show, it seems to be all that the nation can talk about. From a female law student...

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Short story: Behold the first day of the semester

JOE CASTILLO Photo Editor This was how I began that spring semester: mass consumption, the recitation of poetry, and a mooning… It was my first semester legally living on campus. Midway through the fall, my best friend’s roommate dropped out and I began...

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Opinion: My evaluation of the Republican presidential primary

AYINDE J. STEVENS Staff Writer I have come to the conclusion that, after 20 debates, nine primaries and five candidate dropouts, the Republican Party’s quest to reclaim the White House has become nothing but a three-ring circus with four clowns. One mean,...

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Women’s basketball ends season in ECAC Championship

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer The Fairleigh Dickinson women’s basketball team saw its season come to an end on Wednesday in the hands of a 73-62 loss to The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. This was the conclusion to an up-and-down...

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Lacrosse teams expect successful seasons despite rocky starts

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer It’s funny what a week can do. The Fairleigh Dickinson women’s lacrosse team went from winning the Feb. 26 game, 14-4, over St. Joseph’s University, to losing March 3 to The College of New Jersey, 17-3. TCNJ scored...

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