Campus updates provide fresh start for new academic year

Brian Aronoff Contributor   The beginning of a new school year brings excitement and change for each and every college student. Over the summer, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus updated the cafeteria into a new and improved dining hall that gives off fresh...

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FDU students attend fall semester’s club fair

Erik Uyemura Contributor   Many students attended the Fall 2017 Club Fair, where they signed up to join clubs or organizations. Though the club fair was original- ly scheduled to be on the Library Lawn, it was moved indoors to the Student...

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FDU celebrates 75 years

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   Students may see the banners and magazines about the 75th anniversary of Fairleigh Dickin- son University without thinking about them. But they may want to take a moment to appreciate how the school has developed and its...

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Florham brings in record number of freshmen

Sarena Gerard Staff Writer Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has welcomed its largest freshman class this fall. According to students and staff, it is impossible not to notice the in- crease in students on campus. Interim Campus Executive Bri- an Mauro said...

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Opinion: O’Reilly and the culture of sexual harassment

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor   When Bill O'Reilly parted ways with Fox News and his prime-time “news” show “The O’Reilly Factor,” it was a victory for women and sexual assault advocates. After being accused of sexual harassment multiple times during his tenure...

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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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