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Diaries Said to Hide Marital Truths, But Are They ‘Fiction?’

BY KEVIN STEELE — Secrets will be revealed during the production  of “Fiction” this weekend at William Paterson University. The play, written by Steven Dietz, revolves around a happily married couple, Michael and Linda Waterman, and Michael’s old mistress, Abby Drake. This past affair begins to cause turmoil in Michael’s marriage when his wife is … Continue reading

Campus News / Sports / WPUNJ Teams

Swim/Dive Teams Head to Trinidad and Tobago for Training Week

BY EDGAR ENRIQUEZ — The swimming and diving team won’t have to give up their annual training trip because of the destructive storms in the Caribbean. They’re headed to Trinidad and Tobago from Jan. 3 – Jan. 10, 2018 despite the onslaught of powerful hurricanes earlier this year. Puerto Rico endured some of the most … Continue reading

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New Players Add Depth, Strength to Men and Women’s Basketball Teams

BY KEVIN STEELE — The men’s and women’s basketball teams each have 10 new players this year, but their chemistry, and their competitiveness makes them hopeful for the upcoming season. The coaching staff and the players who remain on the men’s team have been using their time in practice to get their new teammates acclimated … Continue reading

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WPU: Drop in Enrollment Reflects Stronger Economy, Fewer High School Students, Return of Application Fee

BY KEVIN STEELE — The university has lost 11 percent of its overall enrollment since 2011 because there is a decline in freshman and transfer students who are attending the school, according to William Paterson’s research office. In 2011 WPU had 11,518 students overall; today, that number has dropped to 10,252. A PowerPoint presentation shown … Continue reading

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Getting Your First Internship Doesn’t Need to be Scary

By Dan Popoloski —  When getting your first job or internship, it’s important to get started early, and build up the skills you’ve developed. Victoria Nauta, the associate director of Employee Relations at the Career Development Center understands that the process can be intimidating. However, she doesn’t think that’s anything to be afraid of. “It … Continue reading