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Ambassador Focuses on Development

By Dustin Niles Layout Editor & Senior Reporter (TEANECK) – FDU hosts many guests and speakers, but every so often a truly unique and valuable experience makes itself available to FDU students. One of those experiences was the visit of permanent Mexican Ambassador to the United Nations Juan […]

First African-American Museum in U.S. Opens

By Tyler Williams Staff Writer (TEANECK) – On Sept. 24 2016, the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) officially opened in Washington D.C. According to the NMAAHC website, it is a Smithsonian museum that was established on Dec. 19, 2003. This museum is known for […]

New Media Production Facilities on Hold

By Mike Natoli Staff Writer (TEANECK) – In 2013, FDU began planning new television production facilities in Becton Hall. It’s almost 2017, and they’re still planning. The current studio space is more than eight years old and has been updated several times. “Personally, I believe that having a […]

Samsung Feeling the Burn

By Dustin Niles (TEANECK) – “A United States government safety agency urged all consumers to stop using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which are prone to catch fire,” according to Reuters after a series of incidents involving overheating cell phones. This includes one case involving a 6-year-old boy […]