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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Diverse study abroad options allow FDU students to explore global opportunities

REBECCA RUSSELL Contributor Students at Fairleigh Dickinson University know a little something about the study abroad options the school offers. However, faculty involved in different types of study abroad programs seek to inform students about the variety available. Brian Swanzey,...

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Event planned to help students practice interviewing skills

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief With graduation quickly approaching, many students will be leaving the academic environment to head out into the career world. Even students still in school face the potentially daunting task of applying and interviewing for jobs and...

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Rothman Institute to rebrand and celebrate 25th anniversary

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief In 1989, real estate entrepreneur George Rothman and his wife, Phyllis, contributed a generous sum of money toward the founding of the Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Silberman College of Business. The institute,...

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Event gives students career advice and networking opportunities

RON SCHEUERMANN Contributor “You can’t soar with eagles if you work with turkeys,” Patrick Cozza said during the Silberman College of Business’ Professional Development Program (PDP) event on Thursday, Feb. 19. Cozza, the keynote speaker for the event, works...

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Healing Spaces creates dream bedroom for Paterson resident

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief Emmy, a woman suffering from sickle cell anemia, chronic asthma and other medical issues, was recently given her dream bedroom, thanks to the Florham Campus’ student organization, Healing Spaces. Healing Spaces is a charitable organization that remodels...

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Nicole Franklin discusses film industry with students

JON SCOTT Entertainment Editor Last week, as part of Black History Month at Fairleigh Dickinson’s Florham Campus, Nicole Franklin gave a lecture about small-time independent filmmakers and how difficult it is to get into the filmmaking business. Franklin herself...

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Award-winning author appears at Florham Campus to discuss book

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor National Book Award winner and two-time New York Times bestselling author James McBride arrived at FDU’s Ferguson Recreation Center on Nov. 19 to speak to students for an event sponsored by the College Writing...

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Speakers Series event features Steve Wozniak at arts center

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor Steve Wozniak, a designer, engineer and co-founder of Apple, took the stage on Nov. 20 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark for the third New Jersey Speakers Series event presented by...

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Students visit U.N. and learn about infectious diseases

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-In-Chief On the rainy morning of Nov. 6, an event hosted by the Student Global Ambassador Project gathered seventh to twelfth grade students in the Orangerie for a discussion on infectious diseases, followed by a trip to...

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