Review: Saying good-bye to Vince Gilligan’s ‘Breaking Bad’

JON SCOTT Film Critic How do you describe perfection? It’s rather difficult to do so. When you are able to bear witness to something that helped define the age of television and revolutionized the drama genre like no other show before, it...

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Professor at FDU releases anticipated rock CD

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor In 1995, a band formed at Rutgers University that consisted of three professors. Two of the professors were a part of the Rutgers faculty and another one was teaching at William Paterson University. They named themselves The Professors...

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Review: Formula One movie ‘Rush’ lands cast and crew in winner’s circle

Jon Scott Film Critic It’s that time of the year again. The summer movie season of 2013 has officially been put to rest and now it’s time for the more serious, Oscar-potential fall films to take the spotlight. We’ve already seen...

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Review: ‘The Bridge’ surprises with complex characters, stories

CHRISTI PEACE News Editor This July, the channel that produced shows such as “Sons of Anarchy” and “American Horror Story” released its new drama, “The Bridge.” Although the main plot is about law enforcement trying to catch a serial killer, it...

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Review: Wecker brings ‘Old New York’ to life with first book

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor Helene Wecker’s debut novel “The Golem and the Jinni,” takes readers back to a period in New York’s history when “whole nations are packed into the space of a few blocks,” with a supernatural twist. The...

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Fairleigh Dramatics aims to bring more theater events to campus

MONIQUE T. VITCHE Editor-in-Chief As a revival of Starshine, the College at Florham’s former theater group, the idea for Fairleigh Dramatics began during artistic director and senior theater major Stephanie Windland’s freshman year. “I had no idea what was, but as...

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Review: Latest ‘Riddick’ film returns to franchise’s roots

JON SCOTT Film Critic The man with the glow in the dark eyes is back. Vin Diesel once again returns to the role of Richard B. Riddick in the latest installment of the Riddick franchise. It is simply titled “Riddick” (I...

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Review: Vampire Weekend puts on great show at Roseland

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor There is only one band on this entire planet that I will stand almost five hours for, and that’s Vampire Weekend. For the first time since the last time - September 2010 at Radio City Music Hall...

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Review: ‘Iron Man 3’ good start to summer movie season

JON SCOTT Staff Writer It’s that time of the year again. School is winding down and kids are eagerly looking forward to summer vacation. More importantly, the summer movie season is once again upon us. As it has been since 2007, the...

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Review: ‘42,’ a baseball film

JON SCOTT Staff Writer I am a sucker for sports movies. Even though I go in knowing that, yes, it will be cheesy and possibly a bit overdramatic, I cannot help but get sucked into the atmosphere of the film and...

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