Remembering FDU student Rob Critelli

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief On Nov. 10, students at Fairleigh Dickinson’s Florham Campus were informed of tragic news. Rob Andrew Critelli, a junior finance major at FDU, was killed in a car accident on the New Jersey Turnpike the night...

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TKE hosts ‘No Shave November’ event series to benefit charity

RACHEL KLEINWAKS Contributor On Tuesday, Nov. 3, FDU fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon, or TKE, kicked off its “No Shave November” philanthropy month, turning a cultural phenomenon into a chance to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. ...

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Chef stresses importance of communication to accommodate special diets on campus

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer It’s true that typical students complain about the food in their university cafeterias. In reality, schools try their best to accommodate all diets, which is not always a simple task. (more…)

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FDU students discuss Iran during U.N. Pathways event

SHARP CHIARANUNT Contributor On Thursday, Oct. 22, students from various colleges and universities gathered in the Dreyfuss 214 ITV room to take part in a videoconference, sponsored by the Office of Global Learning and The Ambassadors’ Club at the...

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Fairleigh Night Live debuts with club’s first open mic night

GABRIELLA SHRINER Contributor Fairleigh Night Live, the new “open mic” club, hosted its first open mic event featuring student talent. The club was started this semester by three freshmen, Nolan Kinney, Tina Marie DeLucia and Elizabeth Latham, all of...

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FDU athletic department ready for expansions

ORE OBIWUMI Entertainment Editor During the summer of 2015, FDU’s athletic department made improvements to the Robert T. Shields football field by replacing the field’s turf. According to Athletic Director Bill Klika, this is just the first step in...

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Leon Panetta kicks off 2015-16 series at Performing Arts Center

ORE OBIWUMI Entertainment Editor On Thursday, Oct. 8, Leon Panetta, former Secretary of Defense and former director of the CIA, was the first speaker in the 2015-2016 New Jersey Speakers Series presented by Fairleigh Dickinson University. The FDU honors program...

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Healing Spaces completes project for cancer survivor

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Healing Spaces, a club located on the Florham Campus of FDU, finished its second project for the Healing Spaces charity on Sept. 27. Two members of the organization’s e-board, Estefany Fermin, club president, and William “Billy”...

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Hot Topics event discusses new media and its role in television

ANDREW DAKAN Contributor The Becton College and the Student Government Association partnered on Tuesday, Sept. 29, to put together the first Hot Topics event of the year, focusing on the changing landscape of television and other new media. The...

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Two Florham Campus staffers receive Pillars of FDU awards

DANY BOYLE Contributor For their extraordinary contributions to FDU, Sarah Azavedo and Jennifer Noon were named as “Pillars” of the university at the recent Academic Convocation. To receive this award, a staff member must promote civility and have a...

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