Freshman Survival Guide

By Theresa King It’s finally here, the start of a new school year – A time for new beginnings, new classes and new opportunities. But what may come easy to some, can be extremely intimidating for others – especially for incoming freshmen. As a freshman, it is more […]

Liz Lands In England

By Elizabeth White (WROXTON, ENGLAND) – This semester I am studying abroad at Fairleigh Dickinson’s Wroxton campus, located in Oxfordshire, England about two hours northwest of London. One of the things I look forward to most as a communications major who is also interested in sociology and psychology, […]

Class Project Becomes Charitable Venture

By Daniel Clarke (TEANECK) – Dr. Alejando Delgado is pursuing his MBA at FDU as a student in Puerta al Futuro, a program developed to address the needs of Latin-American students. Coming from Colombia as a dentist, his passion for dental care and helping people with disabilities started […]

‘Hamilton’ Makes American History Sing

By Molly Holt The world of Broadway has been forever changed. Lin Manuel Miranda, creator of the hit musical In the Heights, has a new musical. His latest production, Hamilton, is far from the traditional Broadway offering. Hamilton tells the story of one of America’s important founding fathers, […]

A Conversation with Dr. Ben Freer

By Chris Madden Dr. Benjamin Freer is a familiar figure among veteran psychology majors. His good-natured, sunny personality has made subjects such as Experimental Psychology exciting and lively, yet still coupled with insightful information. As a researcher, mentor and teacher, Freer has guided many students on the path […]