Late: An excerpt from a short story collection

JOHN SAAVEDRA JR. Student Voice Editor Tiffany was late. I remember specifically because of how frightened I was outside of the train station when the man asked me to get in the car. He wore a brown fedora that drooped because of...

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The fondest memories are those that you least expect; Even driving through Virginia can cause you to reassess your life

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief I remember being in the backseat of a Jeep, feeling really tired because I hadn’t slept in three days. It was the beginning of summer, and the car was cutting westward through the wide, repetitive space of land...

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Stop Online Piracy Act: Potentially everyone’s problem

ALEXIS CAMARENA Digital Editor I’ll be honest, I only actually learned about 10 percent of the material that was covered in my AP American History class. Part of this I will blame on the Miami-Dade County Public School system, and part...

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FDU Senior Night ends on a resounding note

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer If there was one word that could be used to describe Fairleigh Dickinson University senior Adam Katz, that word would be humble. In the final home game of his career, otherwise known as “Senior Night,” Katz exploded with...

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‘Race and the Media’ covers stereotyping, connotations

LUCILA SPARKES Advertising Manager On Friday, Feb. 10, the Black History Month Committee and Department of Communication Studies hosted an event focusing on “Race and the Media.” The event was an interactive discussion in the Rutherford Room of the Recreation Center. It...

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Some places I have been to, in no particular order

JOHN SAAVEDRA JR. Student Voice Editor There are so many places I’ve fallen in love with again and for the first time since I started piecing my life back together. There’s a café where I share drinks and stories with one...

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Policy change: Park Ave. soon will be available to sophomores

MELANIE ANZIDEI Managing Editor Park Ave. will no longer be the “upperclassmen dorm” on campus. In an attempt to satisfy the potential needs of FDU residents, Campus Life will extend living eligibility to sophomores for the Park Avenue Residence Hall, a dormitory...

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Clubhouses at College at Florham signal a call for change

MEGAN HEINTZ News Editor The Office of Campus Life is officially accepting suggestions and ideas for clubhouses at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham An email sent to the student body by Jas Verem, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Campus...

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Series presents the ‘Myth of Race and Public Policy’; Discussion features the scientific and folk definitions of race

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Continuing the Politics on the PublicMind Series for Black History Month on Feb. 9 was Franklyn Jenifer, who gave a speech concerning the “Myth of Race and Public Policy.” Jenifer, a recent addition to Fairleigh Dickinson’s Board of Trustees, is...

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Daniel Radcliffe stars in ‘The Woman in Black’; Former star of ‘Harry Potter’ series looks to change his image

MONIQUE VITCHE Contributor Do you remember reading ghost stories as a child and feeling absolutely terrified long after the story had finished? Well, that is exactly what “The Woman in Black” intended to do to its audience. The movie, which stars Daniel Radcliffe, Janet...

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