Parting is such sweet sorrow for a senior

LORENA CHOUZA Executive Editor This morning I busted out my planner (yes, planner, don’t judge, a girl’s got to be organized!) to write down what seemed like the millionth assignment due this week. Flipping through the pages and ...

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Youth not voting is no longer an option

I never liked politics. In fact, I never took interest in the goings on of our government, or such things as the state of our economy. It all seemed so distant. I mean, how would those things...

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Bardem sizzles on, off screen

Javier Bardem leans back in his chair. Marlboro in hand, the famous golden statuette next to him, he calmly looks around at the reporters that surround him. The small table in front of him has...

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Classics stand the test of time

The classic: a piece that stands the test of time. In the ever-changing world that is fashion, it is the classic that remains eternal. The classic remains everlasting, when all other pieces sizzle for a brief...

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Professor Landau’s ‘Deep Six Holiday’ shown in Florham Park’s Ridgedale School

“Deep Six Holiday,” a play written and directed by FDU’s very own Professor David Landau had its premiere at Ridgedale School Theater in Florham Park on Jan. 25. Being shown to Landau’s home crowd of 17 ...

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More than just a pretty face: Models branch out

Models. They’ve got that pout, that pose, that perfectly sculpted body. But lately it seems that they’re more than just pretty faces. Models have taken the dive into different fields that don’t necessarily require being beautiful as...

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Famous sisters team up for fashion

Working with your own sister? Some celebrities think it’s the key to success and have created their very own fashion lines, keeping it all in the family. Famous sisters Sienna and Savannah Miller, Mary-Kate and Ashley...

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Designers sell high-fashion for less

A Vera Wang dress for under $200?! It is possible. Leading fashion moguls are creating their own fashion lines sold at much lower price tags. It’s not only high-end designers like Roberto Cavalli and Wang, but stars...

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FDU Mobile should be utilized for alerts

As many students have noticed, lately our school has been put through various safety alerts. First, it was the discovery of shotgun shells in the recreation center. Next it was a message that warned the campus about a...

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Sedaris reads ‘with a Nicaraguan feeling’

New York Times Bestseller David Sedaris shared his new works and personal reflections at the Community Theatre at Mayo Center for the Performing Arts in Morristown, on Oct. 4. Reading from his new book, which will...

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