Speakers share success stories at FDU; Former Giants player and telecommunications CEO visit campus

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor On Monday, March 19, an event on “how to graduate and not live in your parents’ basement” took place in Hartman Lounge. The two speakers were Thomas A. Capone, chairman and CEO of the telecommunications company MTP, and Bart...

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FDU softball sweeps Stevens during home field double header

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The women’s softball team returned from a successful Florida trip with a 5-3 record. During their trip, the team received production from both the offensive and defensive side, giving the players momentum going into their first home game...

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After slow start, baseball undefeated for the week; Devils rebound to the tune of four in-conference victories

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University baseball team was picked tied for second in the preseason poll for the Freedom Conference, but a 3-4 trip to Florida and two losses to DeSales had the Devils at 3-8 for the...

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Women’s basketball ends season in ECAC Championship

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer The Fairleigh Dickinson women’s basketball team saw its season come to an end on Wednesday in the hands of a 73-62 loss to The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. This was the conclusion to an up-and-down...

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Lacrosse teams expect successful seasons despite rocky starts

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer It’s funny what a week can do. The Fairleigh Dickinson women’s lacrosse team went from winning the Feb. 26 game, 14-4, over St. Joseph’s University, to losing March 3 to The College of New Jersey, 17-3. TCNJ scored...

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FDU softball coming off strong season, looking to continue

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer For the Fairleigh Dickinson University softball team, this season is meant to keep the momentum going. The Devils do not want to have just one successful season, but they want to be known throughout the conference. The...

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Jackie Robinson: In remembrance of a baseball great

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer The final week of Black History Month is approaching, and there is no better way to send out the month than to celebrate late great Jackie Robinson. Jackie Robinson was the first African American to break the...

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FDU Senior Night ends on a resounding note

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer If there was one word that could be used to describe Fairleigh Dickinson University senior Adam Katz, that word would be humble. In the final home game of his career, otherwise known as “Senior Night,” Katz exploded with...

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Giants’ late, epic run results in championship

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer Confetti flooded the streets of New York City as the players of the New York Football Giants passed by fans in floats, waving and holding up the mighty Lombardi trophy. The Giants had once again pulled off...

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Football icon Leonard Marshall pays FDU a visit

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer New York sports icon Leonard Marshall recently came to Fairleigh Dickinson University to speak about his new book, “When the Cheering Stops.” The Student Government Association, The Diversity Council, The Office of Campus Life and The Educational...

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