Gov. Phil Murphy Eases COVID-19 Restrictions

By Charles Elmo Sports Writer Gov. Phil Murphy revealed a series of steps to gradually ease coronavirus restrictions with New Jersey’s numbers improving, according to NJ.com. New Jersey’s size limit on outdoor gatherings will increase from 200 to 500 people in about two weeks, NJ.com reported.  Capacity limits […]

Lana Del Rey’s New Album Trails Behind Other Work

By Chloe Colmenares Social Media Editor  The Americana pop queen Lana Del Rey’s seventh studio album, “Chemtrails Over the Country Club,” strips back much of the instrumentals usually present in her music. Focusing mainly on Lana’s vocals, the album unfortunately does not have much of the character her […]

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Resumes in NJ

By Elizabeth Scalzo Editor-in-Chief  After the halt of the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine across the nation, health officials declare it’s safe to use, according to NJ.com.  The CDC and FDA lifted the suspension of the vaccine use on Friday after an advisory board decided […]

FDU Visual Arts Profs Draw on Innovation to Teach Virtually

By Nancy Sanchez-Diaz Entertainment Editor  Without in-person classes, university professors are working to deliver meaningful learning experiences in a virtual setting. It’s not going well in some places. MFA students have filed a class-action lawsuit against Columbia University as students complain about the loss of studio access, studio […]