Paralegal program hosts open house

Matt Harwood Contributor   The Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies recently held an open house for its paralegal studies program. On Feb. 23, Room 103 in Danforth Hall on the Florham Campus was packed with over 30 interested students, all eagerly learning about...

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Students use Instagram, recipe book to take meals into their own hands

Neysa Schroeder Contributor   Students at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus have taken meals into their own hands, creating an Instagram account and recipe book to spread original recipe ideas. A couple of months ago, sophomore Andrew Remeniski decided to mix some sauces...

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College Republicans see increase in membership

Serena Gerard Staff Writer   Members of the Fairleigh Dickinson University College Republicans Club has increased this semester, and the group’s president attributes the rise to the November 2016 election of Donald Trump. Jonathan Daverso, the club president, founded FDU College Republicans in...

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Women’s History Month begins on Florham Campus

Nu-Kermeni Kermah Staff Writer   Fairleigh Dickinson University began this year’s Women’s History Month with a panel discussion about sexual assault, primarily on college campuses. The event, “Sexual Assault: Moving from Fear to Courage,” was held March 2 in Lenfell Hall. The panel consisted...

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Preview: FDU’s Production of ‘Legally Blonde’ the Musical

Michele D'Aries Contributor This semester’s first main stage production on the Florham Campus will be “Legally Blonde,” which opens on March 24. If you have never seen the movie, it is about a blonde sorority girl named Elle Woods, who gets...

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Senior Committee works on class T-shirts

Jordan Gillespie Contributor   Seniors have already started counting down the days until their graduation this May. Senior Class Senators Troi Ward, Quami Brown and Dami Sangobiyi have organized a committee of seniors who can generate creative and dynamic ideas to make...

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Black History Month 2017 begins on Florham Campus

Gabriella Shriner Staff Writer   Bright afternoon light filtered into the upper floor of the Monninger Center as students and faculty admired and discussed the latest Writing and Visual Expression (WaVE) exhibit at the Opening Ceremony for Black History Month on Feb....

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Housing situation addressed

REBECCA RUSSELL STAFF WRITER For the past two years, housing has been a topic of discussion on FDU’s Florham Campus. This past fall semester, students were housed in the neighboring College of Saint Elizabeth dorms, along with a few hotel rooms...

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Opinion: Credit card readers should be bought for FDU clubs and organizations

JESSICA TONDT Staff Writer The smell of warm, freshly baked cupcakes hits your nose as you open the door to the Student Center. The smell cannot be coming from the cafeteria; it smells too good. You start walking and see the table...

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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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