Provost Greene to retire

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief At the end of this school year, Campus Provost Kenneth Greene will be leaving Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham after 38 years of service. Greene first worked as an assistant professor of political science after arriving at the...

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University Provost reflects on year

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief On July 1, 2011, at the start of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s new fiscal year, Christopher Capuano was named the new University Provost. The position puts him directly under University President Michael Adams in the school’s hierarchy and the increase...

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From the editor’s desk: To you

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Since this is probably the last thing I will have published for some time, I will be careful not to waste my words. This column has provided me with an appropriate outlet to express myself when I felt it...

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‘Wanderlust’ review: Apatow knocks another out of the park

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief I saw “Wanderlust” this weekend as sort of an afterthought. There were two movies that I wanted to see more but due to some scheduling difficulties I ended up going to “Wanderlust.” I was not disappointed in the least....

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The fondest memories are those that you least expect; Even driving through Virginia can cause you to reassess your life

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief I remember being in the backseat of a Jeep, feeling really tired because I hadn’t slept in three days. It was the beginning of summer, and the car was cutting westward through the wide, repetitive space of land...

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Series presents the ‘Myth of Race and Public Policy’; Discussion features the scientific and folk definitions of race

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Continuing the Politics on the PublicMind Series for Black History Month on Feb. 9 was Franklyn Jenifer, who gave a speech concerning the “Myth of Race and Public Policy.” Jenifer, a recent addition to Fairleigh Dickinson’s Board of Trustees, is...

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From the editor’s desk: The fight for a new world happens between the last people that you’d expect

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Days fly by when things are going well, and if you’ve been lucky enough to have a consistent string of great things happen to you, you know the feeling. During times like those, you wish you could hold...

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The College at Florham selects new campus provost from within

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Fairleigh Dickinson University students who have grown accustomed to seeing emails from Campus Provost Kenneth Greene flood their inboxes might want to get used to a new name attached to their daily stream of university updates. Due to the...

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From the editor’s desk, the men of PSU

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief When this issue goes to print, it will be nearly two weeks since the former Pennsylvania State University football Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested on charges of sexual abuse of young boys. The allegations against Sandusky are despicable, and...

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Author presents ‘Man Who Couldn’t Eat’ to FDU

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief When author John Reiner addressed the Hartman Lounge on Nov. 2, the room was full to capacity. Reiner came to Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in 1984, to read a few passages from his book,...

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