From the editor’s desk: Turning dreams into reality at 475 10th Avenue

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief It was a cold, frosty morning when I got off the bus two Fridays ago at the Port Authority Bus Terminal. It was even colder once I stepped out onto 8th Avenue and felt the polluted NYC air. Until...

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Hurricane Sandy causes split between students, administration

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief Hurricane Sandy left New Jersey crippled. It took the homes of many and the loved ones of some. Still, New Jersey is picking itself up with charity efforts like Restore the Shore and the 121212 Concert for Sandy...

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Chengdu American Center for Study Abroad opens in spring

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief Students and faculty alike refer to Fairleigh Dickinson University as a leader in global education. With connections to England, Italy and Canada, FDU certainly has expanded its horizons since its first campus in Rutherford, N.J. Beginning next semester,...

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College at Florham receives ‘Tanked’ aquarium as 2012 senior class gift

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-In-Chief Every graduating class has a chance to leave its final mark on the College at Florham campus through a class gift. The Class of 2012 made sure its mark wouldn’t be forgotten by going to the “Tanked” professionals...

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From the editor’s desk: One more chance, one last chance

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief Oct. 19 is a date that has been glued in my memory for months now - since last spring when coach handed us the preliminary season schedule. Today, as I write this, is that day. My nerves are tensing and...

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Student plans independent semester abroad to Dubai

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief FDU is no stranger to a global education. Each year, students study in countries throughout the world. Most of these students go to Wroxton College, while others take advantage of opportunities such as studying at the University of Bergamo...

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Don’s Burgers, Strawberry Fields offer delicious promo

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-In-Chief If you like good burgers with a side of delicious fro-yo, then I suggest you get yourself down to the corner of South and Pine Streets in Morristown, where you can enjoy Don’s Burgers with a side of...

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From the editor’s desk: Six unforgettable weeks in Italy

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-In-Chief I spent half of my summer in paradise. In all aspects of the word. From the middle of May to the very beginning of July, I travelled back and forth throughout northern and southern Italy. The adventure started as...

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President Adams leaves mark on Fairleigh Dickinson community

MELANIE ANZIDEI Editor-in-Chief J. Michael Adams, the sixth president of Fairleigh Dickinson University, passed away this summer. He was 64. Adams, who began his term as president in 1999, had stepped down in May after his health began to decline to a...

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Quincy Troupe, Talib Kweli recite poems, raps for WAMFEST

MELANIE ANZIDEI Managing Editor Last Thursday FDU welcomed poet and journalist Quincy Troupe and rapper Talib Kweli for WAMFEST’s grand finale event. The event, which was a celebration of both men’s works and inspirations, filled up Lenfell Hall from front to back...

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