Sayonara from a senior

DAN LANDAU Photo Editor Hello, my name is Dan Landau. Some of you may already know me as the Photo Editor for The Metro, or perhaps you may know me from any of the other activities I have been...

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Budget could affect faculty’s salaries, benefits

FDU is looking for ways to balance the budget for the 2009-2010 academic year without raising tuition prices too much or taking services away from students. As it stands right now, FDU is estimating that it will face...

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Reflections on Paul Newman

On Friday, October 3, the theaters on Broadway dimmed their lights for one minute. Power failure? Hardly. As a final nod from the entertainment industry to one of its favorites, the lights were dimmed at 8:00pm...

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Public Safety’s new cars help FDU go green

You may have noticed Public Safety’s new wheels. What are these cars—some kind of futuristic golf carts? Smart Cars? Pregnant roller skates? These cars are actually none of the above: they are electric cars and they...

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Reflections on Charlton Heston

Charlton Heston, America’s film prophet, passed away at 84 years old on April 5 in his Beverly Hills home. As an actor, Heston was known for his stellar performances in epics like “Ben Hur” (for which he...

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FDU to unveil new site this month

On Memorial Day Weekend, Fairleigh Dickinson University is planning to go live with its new and enhanced website. This new website features a complete cosmetic makeover along with the implementation of a powerful new recruitment tool...

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Students urged to donate textbooks

Are you tired of selling your books back to the bookstore for a fraction of what you paid? Then instead of dealing with the bookstore-textbook-buyback, donate your books to students in Afghanistan. Fairleigh Dickinson University is working...

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