Getting out of dodge: How to grow up using dodgeball

MATT SERGEANT Contributor My brother, five years my senior, and his friends started playing dodgeball in the summers together to keep in touch when they went their separate ways at the end of their adolescence to respective colleges, and managed to keep...

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FDU biology majors attend symposium at William Paterson

TOM GRACIANO Contributor Many FDU students often wonder what it is that a biology major actually does when he or she says, “I have lab today from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.” or “I have to run an experiment in research...

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Comic relief: College at Florham overrun by felines

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Green Day becomes Green Fest; Campus-wide tradition increases presence

HELENA RIEDE Contributor Green Day is an annual, campus-wide tradition at Fairleigh Dickinson. Yet instead of just celebrating one day of green this year, Green Fest will be held from April 23 to 26. This year’s theme is water conservation. Beginning with...

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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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ABC offers Safe Haven

SAKARRA FITE  Contributor On an unusually snowy Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29, The Association of Black Collegians (ABC) opened the doors of Fairleigh Dickinson University to small children for our annual Halloween Safe Haven. The purpose of Safe Haven is to invite kids...

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