FDU Magazine — Winter/Spring 2011
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On the Cover

Sophomore theater arts major James Michaelson, stars as Launce in Shakespeare’s comedy “Two Gentlemen of Verona.”


























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Making an Impact
Led by FDU, colleges around the world have pledged their commitment to United Nations Academic Impact, an alliance that promises to address worldwide challenges and engage students in global concerns.

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Web-exclusive content includes video of the UNAI announcement and more about the Academic Impact.


A Cinematic Tale of Loss and Redemption
The award-winning film “Favorite Son” was made with the help of several FDU students. Catch a sneak preview with our featured excerpt and meet writer, director and professor Howard Libov.

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Images That Will Stand Forever
Once a painful reminder of one of America’s most horrible tragedies, Professor David Hanson’s images of the World Trade Center have become a moving historical tribute.

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Web-exclusive content includes slide show of David Hanson's World Trade Center Photos.


Bridging the Pacific World
John Vitale, a recent graduate, describes his FDU study abroad experience in Japan, from mountain villages to bustling Tokyo.
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Web-exclusive content includes additional photos from this amazing excursion.


The Stuff of Dreams
Follow with us the production of Shakespeare’s “Two Gentlemen of Verona.” Directed by Professor Stephen Hollis and well trained for the vigors of theater life, FDU students rise to the challenge.
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Web-exclusive content includes additional photos from the production of “Two Gentlemen of Verona” as well as a link to more information on the theater arts major, including a video introduction.



Alumni Profile
International Alumnus Finds Global Success
John Mangeli, BS'64 (M)

Alumni Profile
Reaching Out to Stricken Haiti
Donna Bruno Stuart, AA'60 (T)


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Contributors: Howard Libov, Tom Nugent, Melissa Payton, John Vitale

Photo/Illustration Credits: Bill Blanchard, Bill Cardoni, Gary Darden, Favorite Son Productions, Don Hamerman, David Hanson, Ted Horowitz Photography, Dan Landau, Mike Malone, Morteza Nikoubazl, Gloria Pastorino, Nick Romanenko, Danny Schwartz, Jayson Scrimizzi, Daniel Twomey, John Vitale

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