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Classes start at 8 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 23 at the Metropolitan and Florham campuses.
John Cleese of Monty Python takes the stage Thursday, Jan. 26 at NJPAC in Newark, as part of the NJ Speaker Series, presented by FDU.
D3Hoops.com profiles Devils basketball player Kendrea Williams, whose 18.8 points per game is tops in the MAC Freedom.
“If he was at one time a bipartisan figure who was able to unite both sides of the aisle and even draw union support, that’s completely evaporated,” says Professor Krista Jenkins in The New York Times.
Fairleigh S. Dickinson did not found FDU, but he was key to the University's creation 75 years ago.
That's a wrap on 2016, so take a look back and check out a roundup of FDU news and stories from this past year!
Assistant professor and alumna Sylvia Colon Cabassa is a veteran, an educator and a nurse who works with breast cancer patients.
What do you do when you already have 13 degrees? Go back to school at FDU's Metropolitan Campus for number 14! Joseph Segriff is a perpetual student.