Campus News / Entertainment

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

Jazz Series Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Concert Honoring Composers/Faculty
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Jazz Series Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Concert Honoring Composers/Faculty

BY EDGAR ENRIQUEZ — The students who perform at the 40th Anniversary of the Annual Jazz Room Series will take on the challenge of musically conveying the entire history of the program in one hour. The 18-piece William Paterson University Jazz Orchestra will perform compositions of current and former faculty – including compositions from Thad … Continue reading

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Gore Urges Students to Work Together in Fight Against Global Warming

BY NATE ORBE – Former Vice President Al Gore believes students are an essential part of the plan to prevent climate change. In his latest event he equipped students with resources to begin their efforts. Gore connected with students nation-wide on Thursday in a streaming event for his new film “An Inconvenient Sequel.” Colleges and … Continue reading

Visually Stunning, ‘Blade Runner 2049’ has grounding narrative
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Visually Stunning, ‘Blade Runner 2049’ has grounding narrative

BY NATE ORBE — In a movie-market of rehashed sequels, Blade Runner 2049 is an ambitious, creative reboot. Director Denis Villeneuve, known for his Oscar-nominated film Arrival, has created a faithful continuation of the original Blade Runner (1982) that brought in a new generation of fans while providing a treat for lovers of the first. … Continue reading

‘Beyond Therapy’ Exaggerates the Human Condition for Comic Effect
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‘Beyond Therapy’ Exaggerates the Human Condition for Comic Effect

BY EDGAR ENRIQUEZ — Going to therapy in the 1980s was like getting a driver’s license: everyone did it. And, fresh from the sexual revolution of the ‘60s and ‘70s, people weren’t ashamed to be open about their desire to meet someone special – newspaper personals helped with that. Into this environment Christopher Durang drops his audience in “Beyond … Continue reading