Students, faculty debate possibilities of going to war with North Korea

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor Members of the Department of Social Sciences and History gathered in the seminar room in the Mansion on April 15 to have a discussion about what is happening with North Korea. It was hosted by John Schiemann,...

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Senior class hosts wine tasting with donations from alumnus

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor Sometimes you just need to sit back and relax with a glass of wine. The senior class recently participated in a wine tasting, one of the several events that have or will take place in the days leading...

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Personal essay: I know it’s no way to live, but it’s all I know

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor In Ithaca N.Y., there’s a stone bridge that goes over the Cascadilla Gorge, leading to Cornell University. There’s a ninety-foot drop between the bridge and the Cascadilla Creek, which empties into Lake Cayuga, one of the...

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Updates to be made to Village buildings over summer break

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor Students can expect changes to be made to some Village residence halls by the fall semester. Buildings 1 and 2 will have upgrades made to the bathrooms in all of the suites, according to Paul Palladino, campus property...

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Album preview: Vampire Weekend’s ‘Modern Vampires of the City’

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor Indie rock band Vampire Weekend breaks away from their usual ivy-league prep style with their new album, "Modern Vampires of the City." The third and highly anticipated album is slated for release on May 6 in the...

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FDU Legal Society significantly grows after one short year as club

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University Legal Society began last year under direction of Michael Carr, a political science major who graduated last May, and Bruce Peabody, associate professor of political science at the College at Florham. It...

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Essay: I never told a lie and that makes me a liar

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor I’m a terrible liar, I know this. I start laughing or smiling when I’m not being truthful, but I can’t stop. It’s never about anything important or serious, only trivial things, but still I do it...

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Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver gives emotional BHM lecture

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor On Feb. 12, New Jersey State Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver came to speak to the packed Lenfell Hall at the College at Florham as part of a series of Black History Month events organized by the Black History...

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Personal essay: Friends who remember every story I’ve told

MONIQUE T. VITCHE News Editor I keep having this recurring dream where I travel somewhere with two of my best friends and we get to this restaurant, except the restaurant turns into a bank and it’s raining outside. I stare out the...

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Personal essay: ‘No, Grandma, I refuse to join a convent!’

MONIQUE VITCHE News Editor “I told my grandma if I ever have a kid and it's a girl, I’ll name her Margaret,” I told John the other day. “You know what she told me? She told me nuns can’t have children.” “Do it,”...

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