Faculty Forum: The politics of fragile masculinity

Dan Cassino Associate Professor or Political Science   Men do weird things. Generally, when we’re talking about research on gender, we’re talking about how women are treated and how they respond to that treatment. But this ignores the many ways in which...

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New Jersey resident writes book, grows public policy think tank

James Neidhardt News Editor Despite great financial risk, New Jersey resident James D. Agresti has successfully pursued his goal of creating an online fact-source for public policy issues. He has also written a book, “Rational Conclusions,” which documents evidence for the...

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Student working to bring new Democratic club to campus

James Neidhardt News Editor   Less than three months after the presidential inauguration, a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus is working to establish a new political club. Nicolas Parra, a senior history and political science major, wants to launch the FDU...

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Opinion: Why Betsy DeVos is a Controversial Pick for Secretary of Education

Elise Foster Contributor Betsy DeVos' name has been strewn across media headlines and shoved in our faces on almost all social media platforms - and the attention is not positive. DeVos' name has special meaning to us, particularly to students, since...

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Opinion: Republicans are putting party over country

Caitlin Nestler Student Voice Editor Remember Hillary Clinton’s emails? The private server? Remember how Republicans were calling for an investigation into said emails if she were to win the election in November? After all, according to many Republicans in Congress, our...

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Panel Discusses Communication Lessons to be Learned From the 2016 Election

Janique Baltimore Design Editor Most would consider the 2016 election a novelty that went on for far too long and featured candidates that instilled feelings of either complete support or complete disgust. There are myriad lenses through which one could view...

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Florham Campus hosts Hot Topics event to discuss sexism in politics and the media

JANIQUE BALTIMORE Staff Writer The final Hot Topics event of the spring semester took place on April 26 in Lenfell Hall. The event was called “Are our politics (and media) sexist? Hillary Clinton and the 2016 election.” FDU’s Student Debate Club participated...

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Opinion: Feeling the Bern

REBECCA RUSSELL Staff Writer I was never really one for politics until I was assigned to write about a politician I supported for my Research Writing class’s first essay. I searched my brain for any names that I had heard recently...

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Jon Corzine resurfaces at Florham

SHARP CHIARANUNT Contributor On the evening of Dec. 3, students, faculty and professional photographers gathered in Lenfell Hall to receive Jon Corzine, the 54th governor of New Jersey, a former U.S. senator and former CEO of Goldman Sachs and MF...

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Analysis: Millennials’ participation will affect 2016 national election

AYLEN JOVER Contributor There is one generation that receives scrutiny, and that group is the millennials. However, despite being seen by some as technology-obsessed, self-absorbed and superficial, millennials have found a way to overcome stereotypes. This is seen...

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