From the editor’s desk: The fight for a new world happens between the last people that you’d expect

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Days fly by when things are going well, and if you’ve been lucky enough to have a consistent string of great things happen to you, you know the feeling. During times like those, you wish you could hold...

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This year in Super Bowl commercials: The best of the best

LUCILA SPARKES Advertising Manager Even though the initial frenzy of the Super Bowl may have passed, the magic of that night can be relived through the various commercials that are now playing on mainstream channels. This was my first time watching the...

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Giants’ late, epic run results in championship

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer Confetti flooded the streets of New York City as the players of the New York Football Giants passed by fans in floats, waving and holding up the mighty Lombardi trophy. The Giants had once again pulled off...

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Series presents author of ‘Two Women of Little Rock’

ALEXIS CAMARENA Digital Editor February is a month of many traditions, and while for corporate America, this may mean flocking to the stores to buy conversation hearts in bulk, for several factions of the FDU community, this month is the time to...

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Committee coordinates Black History Month events

LUCILA SPARKES Advertising Manager This February, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham is hosting events in honor of Black History Month. These events are coordinated by a committee of various professors in different university departments, led by Professor Katie Singer of...

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The College at Florham selects new campus provost from within

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Fairleigh Dickinson University students who have grown accustomed to seeing emails from Campus Provost Kenneth Greene flood their inboxes might want to get used to a new name attached to their daily stream of university updates. Due to the...

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A few new renovations provide gym-goers with a solid foundation

MEGAN HEINTZ News Editor The entryway to the recreation center was saturated with years of water damage and the floors in the fitness center dirty after 17 years of sneaker traffic. Needless to say, it was time for a renovation. The...

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‘The Art of Dance’ exhibit features work of local artist for Black History Month

SAMANTHA REBA Staff Writer In honor of Black History Month, the College at Florham library is hosting an exhibition titled, “The Art of Dance.” This collection of works is produced by local photographer and artist Mansa K. Mussa. This exhibition will run until...

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FPC events to kick off new term

LUCILA SPARKES Advertising Manager The Florham Programming Committee at Fairleigh Dickinson University recently kicked off its first week of events for the spring semester. This month, events are entirely based on the subject of love. For example, Valentine’s Day movie night,...

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Remembering Don Cornelius, ‘Soul Train’ creator; hit show promoted Michael Jackson and others from 1971 to 2006

AYINDE J. STEVENS Staff Writer Last Wednesday, on what should have been the beginning of another Black History Month, emcee and producer Don Cornelius died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. After being found by police in his Los Angeles...

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