Speakers for 2016-17 are announced

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor Fairleigh Dickinson University recently announced the Speakers Series lineup for the 2016-2017 academic year. The series will take place from October through April at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. (more…)

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‘Fight for the happy moments’: Graduating student says goodbye

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor Well, I guess it’s finally my turn to say goodbye. I still remember the first time I ever came to a Pillar meeting, which feels like both a long time ago and yet not so long ago at...

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Student discusses the importance of a sexual assault support group

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor When I attended the screening of “The Hunting Ground” a couple weeks ago, I had not expected to be affected by the film as much as I was. Just like every other female, I have been inundated...

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Florham Campus shows ‘The Hunting Ground’ to mark the end of Women’s History Month

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor Anyone who watched this year’s Academy Awards would have seen Lady Gaga’s emotional performance of her song from the documentary entitled “The Hunting Ground.” The 2015 documentary depicting the struggles of rape survivors on college campuses was...

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FDU professor discusses torture

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor The utility and morality of CIA interrogation techniques has been a subject of debate in America for years. John Schiemann, associate professor of political science at FDU’s Florham Campus, has contributed to the conversation through the publication...

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Opinion: TV shows need to stop constantly killing LGBT characters

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor I was disappointed yet not entirely surprised by the ending of last week’s episode of “The 100.” A show that I had previously viewed as progressive made use of a trope that is both pointless and harmful...

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South Korean ambassador speaks about world affairs at recent U.N. Pathways event

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor Students, faculty and community members gathered in Lenfell Hall on the evening of Feb. 24 to hear from a United Nations ambassador about his country, the Republic of Korea (South Korea), and its connection to world affairs. Deputy...

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Opinion: Police need to address the real problem

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor America has a police problem, and I’m not even talking about the countless acts of police brutality that have taken place over the past few years. I’m actually talking about the problem that has become...

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Review: Student reflects on book series’ personal impact

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor One of my professors recently gave my class the assignment of describing our favorite books. Being quite the bookworm, I was intimidated by the task of choosing my favorite book; how could I choose just...

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Student reflects on semester at FDU’s Vancouver Campus

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor It is human nature to make comparisons and judge one thing as better than another. So whenever someone finds out that I have studied at both the Wroxton and Vancouver FDU campuses, I am unsurprised when...

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