Opinion: The NFL commissioner gives inconsistent punishment

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor The sexiest court case this summer wasn’t SCOTUS lifting the ban on gay marriage or upholding the Affordable Care Act, oh no. The sexiest case of the summer involved one Tom Brady, quarterback of...

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This week in photos: Ultimate Frisbee, Football

Photos by Joe Castillo.

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Sports: Devils football starts season with victory over TCNJ

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University College at Florham football team got the early season win they needed to help build confidence for their tough 2013 schedule. Sophomore defensive back Ryan Rodriguez helped clinch the Devils opening week victory when...

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Former New York Giants running back tells FDU students about his life after football

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor On Feb. 10, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) hosted an event and welcomed former New York Giants running back Cecil Lee Rouson at the Ferguson Recreation Center. Senior communication studies major Zach Flaherty, FCA leader, organized this...

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This week in photos: Homecoming 2012

Photos by Melanie Anzidei, Kristen Bova and Dan Landau.

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FDU football team accepts challenge of turning around season

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University football team had a tough stretch since their win against King’s. The team has been looking for a boost to send them on the right path. The Devils had their chance in front of...

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FDU football finds new offensive weapons, get first MAC win

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University football team came into the season as underdogs on paper but have big expectations for themselves. The past two weekends they have proved their fight through a hard fought game versus The College of...

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Winning isn’t everything; it’s the will behind it that counts

KEVIN WILLIAMS Staff Writer “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” Most have heard the saying, but is it true? Hall of Famer and former UCLA head coach Henry “Red” Sanders coined the term in a 1955 Sports Illustrated article before his team...

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