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WWI Gallery Hits William Paterson

The voices of students mingling permeated the South Gallery of the Ben Shahn Center for Visual Arts last Wednesday. Three American flags draped elegantly from the ceiling. Guitar music played softly throughout the space where a new exhibit, For Home and Country, was on display.   Students and faculty alike walked the gallery admiring original propaganda posters from World War I. Calls to action such as … Continue reading

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Tree-Ring Expeditions Faculty Workshop Goes Well

The Tree-Ring Expeditions (TREX) faculty workshop at William Paterson on May 12, was geared towards educating attendees on the different facets and benefits of integrating dendrochronology (the study of annual rings in trees) into the classroom.   Among those who conducted the workshop were Dr. Nicole Davi, paleoclimate scientist/dendrochronologist and assistant professor of Environmental Science at William Paterson, along with former instructors and curriculum … Continue reading

How to be a reporter: be accessible, travel a little, get out of your comfort zone
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How to be a reporter: be accessible, travel a little, get out of your comfort zone

By Natanael Orbe Sarah Armaghan, a media liaison for the Long Island Rail Road and former award-winning journalist for Newsday, the New York Daily News, and The Wall Street Journal, was the inaugural speaker for the lecture series “Reality Check” on Sept. 6 in Hobart Hall. The series was sponsored by the new student chapter of … Continue reading

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WPU enrollment down 2%, freshmen class larger than in past, and, oh yeah, the president is retiring

By Kevin Steele The university’s overall enrollment has dropped by 2 percent compared to last year’s numbers, President Kathleen Waldron said at her annual fall address to the faculty on Sept. 6, the first day of school. Freshmen enrollment, however, is higher than last year and its SAT scores climbed by 25 to 30 points. … Continue reading