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The Visual and Performing Arts Department will present the comedy "Trelawny of the Wells," from December 7-11 in Dreyfuss Theater at FDU's Florham Campus. Tickets: 973-443-8644.
Register for Wintersession classes and earn three credits before the spring semester even starts!
Classes end on December 12, finals start on December 15 and the semester ends on December 21. Happy holidays!
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